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Glendale

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Glendale Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510147 $23.22
8 oz 510148 $39.10
Glendale Tea 25 tea bags 510149 $22.63
50 tea bags 510150 $36.23

• A medium strength tea with a floral-like flavor
Glendale is one of the premiere tea estates of the Nilgiri district and noted for its superb flavor with hints of jammy character. This quality is only available in January and the average price during this time is generally between 2 to 3 times the price at other times of the year.

Glendale is a large tea estate for the Nilgiri district. The estate is covers nearly 2 square miles (1181 acres/465 hectares) of which 1.5 square miles or 900 acres is under tea cultivation. The majority of the estate is clonal which accounts for the high quality of this tea. Clonal means that the majority of the bushes come from about 3 or 4 "mother bushes." The mother bushes were selected because they made the best quality tea - clearly evident in the cup. The estate employs nearly 2500 people and if you consider the average family size is 4, the estate supports nearly 10,000 people, certainly a large social responsibility. More than 60% of the estate workers are women. Workers and their families are given accommodation on the estate and they are provided with schooling for their children, medical clinics for ailments and places of worship. Glendale is a model employer in Nilgiri.

Nilgiri is a mountainous region of Tamil Nadu State in southeastern India. The peaks of the Nilgiris rise abruptly from the surrounding plains to an elevation of 5500 - 8500 feet above sea level. Tea was first planted on an experimental basis in 1835 and the first commercial tea garden was at Thiashola Tea Garden which began operations in 1859. The tea at Thiashola was cultivated by Chinese prisoners of war, captured by the British during the 183942 war between China and Britain.

The climate of the Nilgiris allows tea to be produced all year round. The first flushes of the new season are picked from April until May and account for about 25% of the region's total harvest. The 2nd flush - accounting for about 40-45% of the yearly crop is from September to November, and lastly the third flush is from December to January. The best teas are produced during January and August.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Kimberly09-14-2016

quality

Margaret05-10-2016

Works Great!

Hazel09-11-2014

Good job

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Brittney04-06-2012

Great

NELLY11-08-2010

wonderful product

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Nonsuch Tea (Loose) Nonsuch Tea (Loose) Nonsuch Tea (Loose) Nonsuch Tea (Loose) Nonsuch Tea (Loose) Nonsuch Tea (Loose) Nonsuch Tea (Loose) Nonsuch Tea Nonsuch Tea Nonsuch Tea Nonsuch Tea Nonsuch Tea Nonsuch Tea Nonsuch Tea

Nonsuch

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Nonsuch Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510151 $23.22
8 oz 510152 $39.10
Nonsuch Tea 25 tea bags 510153 $22.63
50 tea bags 510154 $36.23

• Has a pronounced orange blossom-like flavor
• Best enjoyed in the early morning
Nonsuch is one of the best Nilgiri district teas in league with Tiger Hill and Glendale. The Nilgiri area is in Southern Central India and certainly well suited to the production of tea. The cooler temperatures of the mountains and abundant rainfall ensure superb cropping . Generally Nilgiri teas resemble better Ceylon teas but tend to be somewhat more delicate in their flavor. Nonsuch has a hint of fruit iness that is quite distinct to the Nilgiri area.

In the world tea trade South Indian tea is highly valued. The estates are quite small and each estate's taste profile is quite different from one another. During earlier times the USSR was very active in the weekly tea auction in Cochin bidding up prices to high levels. Due to the high prices achieved at auction the South Indian tea estates maintained good husbandry and production practices that allow them to receive a return that is generally higher than most other tea growing areas.

Nilgiri is a mountainous region of Tamil Nadu State in southeastern India. The peaks of the Nilgiris rise abruptly from the surrounding plains to an elevation of 5000 - 8500 feet above sea level. Tea was first planted on an experimental basis in 1835 and the first commercial tea garden was at Thiashola Tea Garden which began operations in 1859. The tea at Thiashola was cultivated by Chinese prisoners of war, captured by the British during the 183942 war between China and Britain.

The climate of the Nilgiris allows tea to be produced all year round. The first flushes of the new season are picked from April until May and account for about 25% of the region's total harvest. The 2nd flush - accounting for about 40-45% of the yearly crop is from September to November, and lastly the third flush is from December to January. The best teas are produced during January and August.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Rachel07-25-2019

Amazing!

Beverly03-21-2016

Good job!

Eric06-01-2015

Good

Michael02-14-2014

Can't live without it

Jim02-21-2013

very happy

James06-05-2011

excellent service

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Tiger Hill Tea (Loose) Tiger Hill Tea (Loose) Tiger Hill Tea (Loose) Tiger Hill Tea (Loose) Tiger Hill Tea (Loose) Tiger Hill Tea (Loose) Tiger Hill Tea (Loose) Tiger Hill Tea Tiger Hill Tea Tiger Hill Tea Tiger Hill Tea Tiger Hill Tea Tiger Hill Tea Tiger Hill Tea

Tiger Hill

Product Name Size ZIN Price Quantity Add to Cart
Tiger Hill Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510155 $23.22
8 oz 510156 $39.10
Tiger Hill Tea 25 tea bags 510157 $22.63
50 tea bags 510158 $36.23

• An exceptional flavory tea
• Sweet floral-like notes with a delicious and satisfying tea character
Tiger Hill is a top estate in the Nilgiri district of South India. The soil and climatic produce very distinctive teas. This January production tea has a flavor profile that is unbelievable. You will taste a fruit-like floral character with satisfying thickness. Upon first sip don't worry if you tilt your head slightly, raise your eyebrow, look down at the cup and exclaim under your breath "Wow, this is tea?? What have I been drinking before??" This quality is only available in January and the average price during this time is generally between 2 to 3 times the price at other times of the year. What causes this flavor?? The sun shines more intensely, there are fewer clouds, the temperature is cooler and there is virtually no rain - the perfect for stunning tea.

Tiger Hill has been producing tea only quite recently. This partially accounts for its high quality. Virtually all the tea on the estate is clonal. Clonal tea means that the majority of the tea bushes come from about 3 or 4 "mother bushes." The mother bushes were selected because they made the best tea with above average yield. The estate first began production of tea in 1971 (young by tea estate standards!). The estate is quite small with 640 acres under tea cultivation which produce about 2.2 millions pounds of tea. The estate employs nearly 2000 people and is a respected employer noted for above average labor practices.

Nilgiri is a mountainous region of Tamil Nadu State in southeastern India. The peaks of the Nilgiris rise abruptly from the surrounding plains to an elevation of 5000 - 8500 feet above sea level. Tea was first planted on an experimental basis in 1835 and the first commercial tea garden was at Thiashola Tea Garden which began operations in 1859. The tea at Thiashola was cultivated by Chinese prisoners of war, captured by the British during the 183942 war between China and Britain.

The climate of the Nilgiris allows tea to be produced all year round. The first flushes of the new season are picked from April until May and account for about 25% of the region's total harvest. The 2nd flush - accounting for about 40-45% of the yearly crop is from September to November, and lastly the third flush is from December to January. The best teas are produced during January and August.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
susan10-29-2020

good product

Dianne03-30-2018

great product

Sandra11-01-2013

Great Service

James02-08-2013

thank you!

Molly09-04-2011

what we were looking for

Michelle03-06-2011

No Regrets

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Canadian Breakfast Tea (Loose) Canadian Breakfast Tea (Loose) Canadian Breakfast Tea (Loose) Canadian Breakfast Tea (Loose) Canadian Breakfast Tea (Loose) Canadian Breakfast Tea (Loose) Canadian Breakfast Tea (Loose) Canadian Breakfast Tea Canadian Breakfast Tea Canadian Breakfast Tea Canadian Breakfast Tea Canadian Breakfast Tea Canadian Breakfast Tea Canadian Breakfast Tea

Canadian Breakfast

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Canadian Breakfast Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510340 $23.84
8 oz 510341 $40.25
Canadian Breakfast Tea 25 tea bags 510342 $23.04
50 tea bags 510343 $36.96

• Malty notes with flower-like hints and delicate wisps of oakiness
This tea blend was specially created taking into consideration the nuances of the various waters across Canada. To be considered as "the toast of Canada" from a tea perspective, the tea had to be able to "shine" in any water. For this reason, a broad range of origin teas were used. More than 35 various teas were tasted using the water sent to us from various parts of the country. The tasting session extended more then 2 days until the right blend was achieved which combined the best teas a synergistic relation. A few additional refinements were undertaken the final result was an outstanding tea, the best in Canada, if not North America or the world.

The Assam component (2nd flush, June Production) gives a thick malty and full bodied character. The Kenyan component gives a floral-like cup and coppery infusion whereas the South Indian component gives superb fruity and sprightly flavor with a lovely finish. From Sri Lanka (formerly called Ceylon) we used a January production Dimbula which gives an airy piquant flavor that opens the blend. Lastly, to draw everything together we added some Keemun which gives a burgundy depth with light oaky notes.

Canada has a history of consuming the best teas in the world. During the 1960's and 1970's, on a world scale, it was Canadian and Irish tea companies that paid the most for the teas which formed the basis of the blends that were readily available in their respective countries. Sadly, in Canada and to a lesser extent in Ireland, as the tea blenders became older and started retiring, the large tea companies did not see the need to maintain the quality. There were competitive pressures in the market place and these had to be met. Consequently, the overall tea quality in Canada declined over the 1980's and 1990's. Luckily, concurrent with the dramatic quality decline there was a tea trading company in existence at the time, named Hayter and Scandrett that trained it's personnel exceedingly well in the fine points of tasting and recognizing quality teas. These personnel carried the blending secrets and knowledge of fine quality tea that was later transformed into the best tea blend in Canada, resurrecting Canada's long history to drinking and enjoying the world's best teas.

A tea tasters secret recipe for a pick-me-up on a cold day - make this tea hot as above, pour into a large mug and add 4-5 slices of lemon and 2 heaping teaspoons of sugar - sit back and enjoy a tasty energy boost. To make a special iced tea - after you have added the lemon and sugar, pour this over ice in a tall glass - terrific!
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
jennifer02-03-2019

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Ryan11-13-2016

good value!

Faina08-13-2016

good

Thomas03-05-2014

excellent service!

Gulbir08-09-2011

excellent

Yalonda10-21-2006

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French Blend Tea (Loose) French Blend Tea (Loose) French Blend Tea (Loose) French Blend Tea (Loose) French Blend Tea (Loose) French Blend Tea (Loose) French Blend Tea (Loose) French Blend Tea French Blend Tea French Blend Tea French Blend Tea French Blend Tea French Blend Tea French Blend Tea French Blend French Blend

French Blend

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French Blend Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510344 $10.70
8 oz 510345 $17.23
French Blend Tea 25 tea bags 510346 $19.33
50 tea bags 510347 $29.87

• Flavor notes from vanilla blended with flavory black teas
Truly a unique and wonderful tea. With their innate sense of style and sophistication, the French elevate even the simple act of taking tea to an art form. From the delightful tea salons dotting every Parisian arrondissement to tea served at outdoor cafes nestled in the hills of Provence, you will find French Blend the pinnacle of everything tea.

The Assam component gives the tea richness, like a brocade at Versailles. Whereas the Nilgiri and Ceylon gives the tea a saucy but sprightly flavor. From Kenya there is romance and mystery with superb golden color notes and from China there is the delicate perfume of Jasmine, so often used in Parisian perfumes. To cement the French character, lavender from Provence was added along with some rose petals, a tea fit for the Latin Quarter along the Seine.

Tea became the fashionable beverage in French society toward the end of the reign of Louis XIV. Members of the upper class would gather to debate issues of the day and drink tea. Princess of Palatine remarked in 1706 that tea could make one chaste and therefore was better for Catholic priests than for Protestant ministers.

French art romanticized the tea hour in their paintings as artists such as Chardin and Boucher painter teapots into the rich still-life works and portrayed society at festive teas set in exquisitely furnished rooms. They captured voluptuous women taking tea in the intimacy of their boudoirs or languishing at tea tables resplendent with silver and lace. One of the more ambitious teas paintings was Barthelemy's "Le The a l'Anglais" which he painted in 1776. The elaborate work depicts Mozart at the harpsichord performing for the gentry seated at tea tables in the Paris salon of the Prince de Conti.

What really makes French tea unique is the accompaniment of "une patisserie." Careme (1783-1833), a celebrated patisserie chef declared a pastry to be one of the noblest forms of architecture. One of our favorite methods of taking French tea is with a buttery croissant, "pain au chocolat" or "le muffin" accompanied by a fruit confiture.
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Jeanette06-18-2016

good service

Jody07-12-2015

thankyou!

P l bartley04-07-2015

Great product

Georgeann10-20-2014

great

Alberta07-19-2013

great value!

Toni11-24-2011

Amazing Product

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