Republic Darjeeling Black full leaf tea

Republic Darjeeling Black Full Leaf Republic Darjeeling Black Full Leaf Republic Darjeeling Black Full Leaf
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$14.00 - Tin - 3.5 ounces / 50-60 cups #10041
$52.00 - Bulk - 1 lb / 200 cups #30041
$13.50 - Refill - 3.5 ounces / 50-60 cups #11041

The Champagne of Teas - This Darjeeling tea blend has the smooth character of second flush leaves with the deep qualities of third flush leaves, resulting in a full, round cup.


Black Tea has less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.


TGFOP Darjeeling tea leaves



Country of Origin

Darjeeling region, Northern India

Citizen Reviews
  • 4.5 Star

Not much taste

1 Star Not much taste

from CA on wrote:

This tea has a very flat taste. I can’t recommend it

The Best!

5 Stars The Best!

from WA on wrote:

I love darjeeling and this is my go to one even over single garden and first flush darjeelings. The blend is always consistent and I love it. Thank you!

Beautiful delicate flavor, ruins me for other black teas

5 Stars Beautiful delicate flavor, ruins me for other black teas

from CO on wrote:

I love this Darjeeling. It strikes a balance of delicacy and robustness with the flavors hitting so many different notes. I await the spring harvest, as the freshness of those leaves are the only items to possibly elevate this superb tea.

A Pleasant And Balanced Blend

5 Stars A Pleasant And Balanced Blend

from WA on wrote:

I love Darjeeling and this one is by far the best I have tried. I have had numerous darjeelings, even from single gardens and first flush, but I always return to the Republic Darjeeling.

Darjeeling is truly the champagne of teas!

5 Stars Darjeeling is truly the champagne of teas!

from TX on wrote:

I first became familiar with this tea when our Houston Heights Woman's Club used this for their Victorian Holiday Tea. I have drunk a lot of tea in my life, but this tea was above and beyond anything I have ever tasted; it's fragrance was clean and rich with a hint of evergreen (pine?) which made it the perfect tea for our holiday event. Two years later I became the "Tea Mistress" for the annual event and now nearly 12 years later it is the only tea we use. Initially we made it pot by pot, but it was inconsistent due to the variation in the size of the pots. Now we have fabric tea bags that allow us to make a great deal of tea at one time. We can serve 80 ladies in less than 10 minutes! I have found that rinsing the leaves in a little boiling water before steeping enhances the flavor greatly. The leaves can also be steeped a second time without sacrificing any flavor. As lovely as it is for the Holidays, it is just as enjoyable year round. It even makes a nice iced tea. No lemon needed!