Quality Content Guidelines

Quality Content Guidelines

Kuvings Cold Press Juicer (B1700)

With its 76mm wide feeding tube, you can easily insert whole fruits without chopping them. Along with making juices, it can also make sorbets and smoothies. Its patented cleaning technology helps to clean the machine effortlessly within minutes.

Darjeeling Turmeric Green Leaf Chai

Harvested in early spring in the biodynamic tea estate of Sivitar, Darjeeling-only the choicest of tea leaves and buds are picked and blended with Organic Turmeric to remind you that our granny was always right, a cuppa of turmeric chai cures it all.

Healing Combo WELLNESS Chais

Tea heals in each brew… At Radhikas Fine Teas, each tea has a purpose.. From the moment you wake up to bedtime, there is a tea that awakens, relaxes, calms and cures. From spices to fruits, flowers to leaves, A cuppa of well being for you in our Organic Chai

Assam Mukhwas Black DIGESTIVE Chai

Harvested in the organic estate of Jamguri, Assam only the choicest of tea leaves and buds that could go well with organic red rose petals are, plucked and processed to give you a strong, romantic aftertaste.

Darjeeling Green Herbal Leaf DETOX

Harvested in the biodynamic estate of Sivitar, Darjeeling-a selection of tea leaves and buds are chosen and blended with organic Tulsi and Liquorice to give you a healing blend of Darjeeling Tulsi Liquorice tea.

Darjeeling Kashmiri Kahwa DETOX Tea

When saffron, organic spices and almond slivers are blended with the finest tea leaves from the biodynamic tea estates of Sivitar, Darjeeling-you get the traditional tea preparation of Kashmiri Kahwa.


Sip in the spirit of The New Year with a cup filled with hope and celebration. Indulge in this bespoke plantation fresh brew made with the finest organic Assam Leaf from the Jamguri Gardens of the pristine Himalayas, seasoned for the festive.

Exotic ANTI-AGEING Value Selection

Our value pack helps you taste each leaf before you buy 10 flavours All whole leaf Give you a taste of 2 cups per flavour

Assam Masala INVIGORATING Chai

From the gentle undulating terrain of Jamguri situated in Golaghat district - the high quality belt of Assamese tea, only the choicest of leaves and buds are plucked and blended with authentic spices from Kerala to give you a tea experience.

Darjeeling Green Leaf ENERGY Tea

Unique, earthy, that is Darjeeling the Champagne of teas for you. Harvested in early spring in the "Organic" tea estate of Sivitar in Darjeeling - the choicest of leaves and buds are plucked to give you the finest of superior First Flush Green Leaf.

Darjeeling Black Leaf WAKE-UP Tea

Harvested in early spring in the biodynamic tea estate of Sivitar, Darjeeling-only the best selection of tea leaves are plucked to give you the finest Darjeeling Black tea ever. Mountain Fresh, Himalayan notes in a cuppa indeed.

Connoisseur Combo LUXURY Leaves

An ode to the lover of teas. You know your leaf. You love that perfect brew. So a salute to you. We offer the finest collection. Our value combo pack has single estate leaves of Darjeeling from White to Oolong to Green and a premium Kashmiri Kahwa .

Romance Combo HAPPY Blends

This series has romantic brews.. That create happiness, love, tenderness and warmth, with each sip. Curated to signify the beautea of teas and tisane. Each leaf, from the moment you whiff it to the final Infusion you taste, leads to a state of bliss.

Darjeeling White Leaf QUIET MOMENT

Planted with some of the finest Chinary bushes and a specific combination of climate and soil, only the youngest of tea buds are plucked and packed to give you the finest and most premium First Flush Darjeeling White Tea.

Darjeeling Oolong Leaf ENERGY Tea

Oolong is known as the champagne of teas in China as it is processed such that the finish gives the best of both green and black leaf.

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