Teabox Roasted Darjeeling  Black
Teabox Roasted Darjeeling  Black
Teabox Roasted Darjeeling  Black
Teabox Roasted Darjeeling  Black
Teabox Roasted Darjeeling  Black
Teabox Roasted Darjeeling  Black
Teabox Roasted Darjeeling  Black
Teabox Roasted Darjeeling  Black


Teabox Roasted Darjeeling Black

Sale price$12.00

A fresh blend crafted from a unique selection of black teas, the cup is marked with burnt wood & smoky aromas.

Type:Loose leaf (1 Vacuum Pack = 100gm/3.5 oz)
Quantity :1 Pack (1 Vacuum Pack = 100gm/3.5 oz)
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Delivered worldwide from Darjeeling (IN) in 5-8 Days

We ship your FRESH teas from the foothills of the Himalayas (India). On average, they travel over 10,000 miles to reach you.

We provide free Express/Standard shipping for all orders above a certain value. We have highlighted the free shipping thresholds for few countries below:

Australia - 115 AUD
Denmark - 79 Euro
Canada - 99 CAD
France - 75 Euro
Russia - 8,000 RUB
Singapore - 95 SGD
South Korea - 10,0000 KRW
United Arab Emirates - 300 AED
United Kingdom - 57 GBP
USA - 75 USD

For orders below the above shipping thresholds & other countries, shipping is calculated at checkout.

Duties and Taxes if any will be calculated at checkout

It takes 1 business day to process orders before they are shipped. Once your item/s have been dispatched, the tracking link will be shared and the estimated delivery time will depend on your chosen shipping option:

Express: 5-8 days
Standard: 12-18 days

Our prices are premium in comparison to other tea brands.

We could reduce our prices.
But then, your Tea would not be:

- That fresh.
- Hand-picked/sorted, or hand-crafted.
- Stored in India's first cold storage.
- Delivered within a week.
- Impacting 3.5 M Indian tea pluckers.
- 100% Ethically transparent sourcing.
- Shielded from moisture, light, oxygen, heat.

With Teabox you get the best for the cup & the community.🙏

We love our Teabox teas and we're confident you will too. In case things don't go as planned, our return and refund policy is designed to make things as easy as possible for you. Click here to learn more about how we can help.

Freshness Journey

The only close-to-source facility in India. Teabox's unique procurement process have our teas arrive within just 3 hrs after direct sourcing from the garden. On arrival, they are sealed and packed within 48 hrs, ready to be shipped to your doorstep - The world's freshest Indian teas.
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    Period of Manufacture

    22nd-23rd Dec'23

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    Blended at Teabox
    Within 24 hours of manufacture at the estate we receive our teas.

    26th Dec'23

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    Sorted & Cleaned
    We sort the tea according to its grade, to ensure only whole leaves are sent to you, not the fannings and dust.

    27th Dec'23

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    Vacuum Packed
    We vacuum pack to preserve the freshness of your teas from its 4 enemies - Light, heat, moisture and oxygen.

    27th Dec'23

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    Stored @ -5°c
    Teabox is the only brand to have a cold chain processing facility in Darjeeling, that allows teas to be stored at -5°C (at 3-4% moisture levels) to preserve and enhance the shelf life.

    27th Dec'23

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    Ready to Ship

    28th Dec'23



Season The season of teas picked between the four flushes(harvests) of the year Second Flush


Specialty Represents the cultivar of the tea plant Chinary


Grade FTGFOP1 – Fine Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe One.Long,twisted and fairly tippy although less wiry when compared to SFTGFOP. FTGFOP1


Time Of Day Recommended Time to Savor For The Best Tea Experience Morning



Marked by notes of burnt wood, unripe tree fruit,smoky with subtle hint of red berries


Dark Amber


A full-bodied, brisk cup which starts with pronounced notes of burnt wood interlaced with a subtle earthy character which hums along throughout. Pleasant hints of astringency is discernible towards the middle and around the edges from the smoky and firewood flavors; which however is balanced by pleasant raw fruity tones towards the finish. A savoury aftertaste of red berries leaves a radiant feel on the palate.


Top Note

Burnt Wood

Heart Note

Smoky and Fire-wood

Base Note

Red Berries

Steeping notes


6 fl oz / 180 ml

Use O2 rich water, running stream or RO filtered


176°F-185°F / 85°C-90°C

Get the water temperature right to the recommended temperature


1.5 Tsp / / 0.09 oz / 2.5 g

Use the suggested quantity above with the approximate water


5 Mins

Infuse the leaves for a recommended time



The amount of caffeine this tea contains





To enhance your tea drinking experience



You can add Milk



You can add Sugar



You can add Honey



You can add Lemon



You can Drink Plain




There are different varieties of teas available such as Black Teas, Green Teas, White Teas, Oolong Teas, Chai, Tisanes & Flavored Blends.
Our teas are fresh because we buy the first pick of every season and take utmost care of the same once it reaches our facility. Tea has 4 enemies - Light, moisture, oxygen and heat. In our dehumidified facility we ensure they are packed and stored well. The dehumidifier helps to keep the moisture levels intact and also helps keep the optimum temperature in place. The teas are then immediately bulk vacuum packed to keep the moisture and oxygen at bay. This unique process ensures our teas fresh as the day they were processed at the estates.
Freshness matters because tea is an agricultural product and also hygroscopic in nature. Which means, if the teas travel through warehouses and different temperatures it loses its inherent flavor and health properties. Fresh tea tastes better and is healthier.
We procure teas directly from different Indian tea estates. We have stringent quality parameters in place to ensure we procure only the finest high grade premium teas from these gardens.
Tea leaves are known to remain fresh when stored under controlled atmospheric conditions. All our single estate teas can be consumed before 24 months. This may vary depending on the tea, please refer to your packaging for the same.
As explained in the previous question, its our unique processing and storage that helps us to keep the teas in the optimal condition. So, no matter what the date of picking is, the tea when vacuum packed and kept in dehumidifiers will retain their freshness.
Our chais and blends are made in small batches to ensure that the tea remains fresh and not stored for months before it reaches you.
Each tea and tea type have their own steeping instructions. Please refer to the individual tea’s steeping instructions. Our team ensures that you get the right water temperature, steeping tme and the no. of steeps in each tea for a better tea experience. You could also refer to our Steeping page for more details.
Black teas are the most oxidized(aged) of all tea types. They undergo every step of tea processing from plucking, withering, rolling, oxidation, and drying. For fresh black teas, oxidation is a significant step as this is where the flavour of the teas is built. Consequently, black teas possess a stronger flavour profile than white, green, or oolong teas. Loose leaf black teas can be made in an orthodox way or by using mechanized techniques (CTC). Like all teas, there are many black tea benefits which makes it a healthy alternative to high-caffeine beverages.
Like almost all other teas, the white tea leaves come from the same Camellia sinensis plant. The name ‘white tea’ comes from the fine, silvery‐white hairs that cover the unopened buds of the plant. However, when steeped, the liquid tea is not white or transparent but rather a pale, light yellow. Although there exists no consensus on how white tea should be processed, there are two commonly accepted methods. The first involves minimal processing, where the loose leaves are withered for a long time before they are dried, and in the second, the loose leaves are first steamed or fired in order to deactivate polyphenol oxidase, and then dried.
Fresh white teas are an antioxidant powerhouse. Antioxidants are the body’s protective agents against free radicals, chronic disease, and inflammation. Since they have high antioxidant value, which makes it an excellent ally for natural weight loss.
Oolongs teas are made from the leaves of Camellia sinensis. What sets it apart from the blacks or whites or greens is the single step of oxidation. Oolongs fits between black and green teas by being partially oxidized. Its leaves are usually formed in one of two unique styles: rolling them long and curly or ‘wrap‐ curling’ the leaves into small bead‐like shapes, sometimes with a tail.
Drinking tea can do wonders for your health and Oolong tea is no exception. This impressively healthy zero-calorie drink is a start to your weight loss program. Organic oolong tea is packed with alkaloids, including caffeine that can boost your mental and physical well-being, increase serotonin production, and counter free radicals. One smart way of burning calories is the regular consumption of oolong teas.
You can contact us on help@teabox.com We will be happy to assist you.


"Teabox Seeks to Bring Indian Teas into the Modern Era"

Customer Reviews

Based on 57 reviews
Joanna Peralta
Very refreshing tea

Love that it’s actually leaves not just shavings that’s why it taste so fresh and beautifully roasted. Really enjoyed drinking this. Will definitely buy again

Marina Chekulaeva
No somkeyness

Same experience as JEffery Abrams no smoke at all. However, I had a trial of this tea before and it was AMAZING.
So, I believe something went wrong with batch 231123/01 packed 23-NOV-2023

Souvik Roy
Awesome 😍

Love the taste.

Michael Spangler
Teabox Review My History with tea

To Teabox

I generally do not give reviews because I end up being asked for them from a hundred different websites for stuff I haven’t bought. But here I obviously have made an exception to that rule.

Before I get into the teas I bought from you, I’d like to give you my history with tea. When I was 15 (back in 1965) I found 4 tins of loose leaf tea from Wagner & Sons. They were Ch’a Ching, Earl Gray, Darjeeling & English Breakfast. I strictly followed their instructions and found I was drinking warm water. So I experimented and added a teaspoon of tea to each cup and found there was some flavor there. I added another teaspoon and I was infatuated with the flavor. When my tins ran out I could not find a store that sold loose leaf tea.

But in 1986 when I moved to a new city and I searched for a store that sold tea I found one. It sold loose leaf tea in an 8oz clear glass cup. Caffeinated tea had a black handle and decaffeinated tea had a green handle. When those ran out I went back to buy some more but the store was gone. A decade later I found a store (Teavana) in a city an hour from where I lived, but I would go there from time to time for various reasons and I always stopped by the Teavana store and bought some tea. Unfortunately, Starbucks bought Teavana, closed all their stores and shutdown their website.

I then went to the web and found several sites but the one I liked the best was Adagio only until recently they did not offer Darjeeling tea. But since you are most exclusively Darjeeling I have tried your tea. I bought 3 different versions of Darjeeling and I have done the same experiments I did way back in 1965 and I’ve found I still like the 3 teaspoons per cup. I have enjoyed all the varieties I bought from you and I’ll buy some again when I finish these. Only it will be a while. I have to watch my caffeine intake. So I drink one cup of your tea every other day. But I do like the way tea helps me relax and it is always a joy to my palate.

I look forward to trying another version of your tea (especially your Chi).


Michael S. Spangler

JEffery Abrams

As you know I am a prolific user of your products
So far after my large order arrived tried your smoked Darjeeling,when I opened bag no smoky flavor just your standard black tea ,upon brewing again no smoky flavors drinking again no smoky flavored found wrong packaging disappointed!