Our standard range comprises 12 high-quality tea varieties that are avalaible as Convenience Packs with the patented teatogo lid, or as Mug Bags for inhouse consumers.
|Cup colour:||yellow/golden to brown, |
|Flavour:||light, flowery, fresh, aromatic|
Where the sky seems ever so close, Darjeeling is grown. The tea gardens of the Darjeeling district spread out over the southern slopes of the Himalayas to up to 2,000 meters. In these conditions the plants grow slowly and therefore have plenty of time to develop their delicate flavour. Darjeeling is considered as one of the best teas in the world and is also called the “Champagne of teas”. Only premium teas with perfect fragrance and aroma are selected for our Darjeeling. A heavenly treat.
yellow/golden to brown,
light, flowery, fresh, aromatic
|Cup colour:||fawn, slightly red|
|Flavour:||lslightly sweet, flowery, fresh, |
with a hint of citrus
|Aroma:||flowery, a hint of citrus|
It is the bergamot flavour that makes this blend special. A light Chinese leaf tea and a sweetish Ceylon low in tannins are the basis of this Earl Grey. Legends surround the origin of this tea, one story suggesting that bergamot oil spilt onto bales of tea during a rough sea passage. The British Prime Minister Earl Grey was the first to try the seemingly spoilt tea whose taste he approved. This black tea with the little extra is still one of the most popular teas in the world.
fawn, slightly red
lslightly sweet, flowery, fresh,
flowery, a hint of citrus
|Cup colour:||copper red|
|Flavour:||strong, full-bodied, aromatic, malty, slightly acerbic|
|Recommendation:||drink with milk|
"Crushing, tearing, curling": The leaves of the strong, malty Assam CTC-tea go through quite a lot before they are blended with tangy Ceylon and aromatic Kenyan teas into a real classic. The slightly acerbic English Breakfast blend tastes best with milk or cream, not only at the breakfast table. A cup of English Breakfast will turn every time of day into a special moment.
strong, full-bodied, aromatic, malty, slightly acerbic
drink with milk
|Flavour:||typical chamomile taste|
|Aroma:||mild and round|
It's used against colds, can help with sleep and beautifies skin and hair – so many positive properties are attributed to chamomile that it could formerly be found in every home's medicine chest. Chamomile is also excellent as a tea: the positive effects of chamomile tea are scientifically proven. This smooth, mild, caffeine-free infusion is a wholesome treat.
typical chamomile taste
mild and round
|Cup colour:||dark green to brownish|
Thanks to its essential oils, peppermint was already popular in ancient Egypt. In many Arab and North African countries it became a national drink. The cooling and refreshing taste certainly contributed to making peppermint tea a real classic amongst herbal infusions. As peppermint tea is naturally caffeine-free, it's an ideal drink for all times of day.
dark green to brownish
|Cup colour:||clear, light yellow|
|Flavour:||fresh, aromatic, slightly fruity|
|Recommendation:||brew for only two minutes|
green tea passion
In its country of origin, China, unfermented green tea has been appreciated for thousands of years for its beneficial effect. In Europe, too, it has become popular. This refreshing flavoured drink is so named because of the delicate fruity touch reminiscent of passion fruit and lychee. As green tea turns bitter very quickly, we recommend not brewing it for too long.
clear, light yellow
fresh, aromatic, slightly fruity
brew for only two minutes
|Cup colour:||greenish to yellowish|
|Flavour:||subtly tart green tea with lemon and ginger|
|Recommendation:||can be enjoyed hot or cold|
green tea ginger lemon
One very popular variety from our range of green tea & herb blends is the Green Tea Ginger Lemon. In this tea composition, the characteristic, subtly tart flavour of the green tea gets a fresh sensory boost from the spicy ginger and a refreshing lemon note. This tea can be enjoyed hot or iced as a delightful refreshment.
greenish to yellowish
subtly tart green tea with lemon and ginger
can be enjoyed hot or cold
|Flavour:||cake, fruity blueberries, coconut|
A tea treat for fans of blueberry muffins. A mild black tea, blended with the flavour of ripe blueberries and a nuance of coconut, offers a delicious alternative to the popular dessert – or a perfect complement, as you wish. Contains hazelnut.
cake, fruity blueberries, coconut
|Flavour:||strong, sweet orange and vanilla flavour|
|Aroma:||fruity, creamy vanilla|
Rooibos is blended with lemon balm and a touch of vanilla into a fruity, creamy tea creation which is naturally free of caffeine and can therefore be enjoyed at any time of day. Orange Sky is the perfect choice for anyone who wants to drop out of the hustle and bustle of everyday life and unwind for a while with a nice cup of tea.
strong, sweet orange and vanilla flavour
fruity, creamy vanilla
|Aroma:||orange, passion fruit, mango|
A wonderful trip to the Caribbean in a cup – or several cupfuls. This finely flavoured fruit infusion whisks tea aficionados away to faraway isles with its exotic and harmonious mix of fruits and the unique flavours of orange, passion fruit and mango.
orange, passion fruit, mango
|Flavour:||sweet, sour, fruity of raspberry|
|Aroma:||fruity, raspberry fragrance|
fruit infusion raspberry
Feel like a sweet treat? Then a cup of our Fruit Infusion Raspberry is the perfect solution. Select ingredients and raspberry juice concentrate give this tea speciality its unique taste. Discover with every sip the harmonious interaction of the sweet flavour of the berries and the acidity typical for a fruit infusion. Nature supplies all the needed sweetness, no added sugar is needed to round off this treat.
sweet, sour, fruity of raspberry
fruity, raspberry fragrance
|Cup colour:||Strong copper red, slightly clouded|
|Flavour:||strong, spicy, hint of cinnamon /cardamom, slight ginger pungency, malty, slightly acerbic, creamy finish, high tannin content|
|Recommen-dation:||drink with milk and sugar|
The invigorating aromas of the Far East make Chai a very special treat. This strong and spicy composition blends spices like cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and cloves with black tea. “Chai” is the Indian word for tea and in fact this blend is enjoyed at any time of the day in India. We recommend drinking it with milk and sugar, as “chai masala”, because this brings out the flavour of the spices particularly well.
Strong copper red, slightly clouded
strong, spicy, hint of cinnamon /cardamom, slight ginger pungency, malty, slightly acerbic, creamy finish, high tannin content
drink with milk and sugar