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Gift Pack

A collection of exotic flavored teas gift packaged for a special occasion or a person. Enjoy these teas in a spirit of discovery!

Welcome to Turyaga Tea

Why Turyaga?

We select only the best teas from various categories. However, our categories are very diverse so our customers get a wide range of teas. We believe in Quality not Quantity! About the Tea Master It all began in 1983, in the serene plantations of upper Assam. The passion for excellence, whether on the floor of the tea factory, the tea garden, the cricket pitch, the soccer field or the tennis court, was inculcated in the tea plantation. Hard work and perseverance brought success in learning all aspects of tea-making as well as tea-growing. Eight years later, the burning desire to learn how the tea business works, took the tea master to tasting tables and corridors of auction houses all over India, till 1994.


The next step was to swim in the stormy tea cup of life, and learn the ropes of sales and marketing. The next 12 years was all about traveling. From remote Indian villages to the suave booths at Jacob Javit’s Center in New York, to the Big Site in Tokyo, the tea master travelled the world in quest of learning the art of selling and marketing the tea that he once prepared in tea factories of Assam. Along the way, there was an endless list of tea makers, tea tasters, entrepreneurs, designers, brokers, buyers and retailers who enriched the life of the Tea Master, gratitude to the Providence! During the early 2000s, there was a new breed of entrepreneurs who inspired the entire world of tea.


Refinement in packaging design and flavor profiles were the propositions that brought in investments from giants like Starbucks, Coca-Cola and Tatas. The mind-set of the consumer was changing, which gave birth to super-specialty brands. Conversion from the humble tea bag to high quality loose teas commenced a few years ago that put the tea master in an ideal position to pitch in the best gourmet teas from all over the world through the Turyaga pages. After 33 enlightened years, the story of the tea master comes a full circle – he now travels to plantations round the world to pick and choose the best of the best for the discerning consumer!

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Does Turyaga tea contain Caffeine

All black teas have caffeine 42mg per 236ml/8fl.oz. on an average. Green & White Tea have 25mg & 28mg per 236ml/8fl.oz. on an average respectively. Our Rooibos & Herbal Teas are caffeine free. The Wellness tea have 5mg to 8mg per 236ml/8fl.oz.

2. Do all teas come from the same plant?

All teas such as black, green, oolong, white, yellow etc are derived from Camellia sinensis.

3. What is Rooibos Tea?

Rooibos tea is a South African herb derived from a plant called Aspalathus linearis. This is a Herbal infusion with no caffeine

4. How do I store your tea ?

After you open the tea it must be transferred into an air tight container. Avoid plastic if possible. Moisture in your tea will spoil the flavour and the tea will taste ‘musty’ and ‘flat’

5. How do I make your tea?

A detailed method of making a perfect cup of tea has been given with each listed tea. There are three important parameters to make a perfect cup of tea. Water should be filtered and fresh, never over boiled; Temperature of the water should be correct; steeping time should be correct – you cannot go wrong if all the three parameters are correct.

6. Do I add milk with Turyaga Teas?

Milk can only be added to the some Spiced Teas and Assam Teas that are listed or as advised by the tea master. Do not add milk to any other tea or infusion.

7. How do I make your iced tea?

Steep the tea/herbs in a little hot water for 2 to 3 minutes till the liquor is released from the tea/herb leaves. Add sugar/honey to taste. For non hibiscus teas you may use a few drops of lemon. Hibiscus based iced teas are sour by them selves.

8. What is the shelf life of your tea?

All tea have an 18 to 24 months shelf life however, it all depends on the quality of the packaging. However, once opened the tea looses its shelf life therefore it must be stored in an airtight container .

9. What is the difference between CTC Tea & Leaf Tea

CTC (Crush Tear Curl) was invented by William McKercher during 1930-1931, and the process spread in the 1950s through the 1970s, most rapidly in India and Africa. Today, most black teas produced use the CTC method. This tea is the granulated form of black tea. Since it is the most oxidised tea it also has a strong liquor well suited for milk Tea. After CTC, the tea is fermented (Oxidized) and Fired (Roasted) to make it tea like. The traditional method of making tea is simply called Orthodox. This is the leaf tea in a lay man’s language. The tea leaves after withering are rolled, fermented (oxidized) or Steamed and Fired (Roasted). Orthodox teas are not pulverized like CTC teas.

10. How Many Calories are there in your Tea?

Any tea if taken without milk has 0 calories

11. Is Turyaga Tea Gluten Free?

Yes all Turyaga Teas are gluten free

12. Does Your tea have Soy Lecithin?

Only teas with chocolate have Soy Lecithin. Chocolate contains soy lecithin - a by-product of soybean oil which keeps the cocoa butter and cocoa from separating. It is not harmful, unless you have a soy allergy.

13. Does any of the Turyaga Tea cause nut allergies?

Only teas with chocolate have Soy Lecithin. Chocolate contains soy lecithin - a by-product of soybean oil which keeps the cocoa butter and cocoa from separating. It is not harmful, unless you have a soy allergy.

We select only the best teas from various categories. However, our categories are very diverse so our customers get a wide range of teas. We believe in Quality not Quantity!

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