Tea is our world
We’re packing up freshness. Tea thrives on freshness—and so do we. We’re small and nimble, and we have no middlemen: we make sure every 100 grams of tea we send out are fresher and tastier than anything you’ve ever had to date. We deliver the most delicious loose leaf teas from Darjeeling, Assam, and Nilgiri to the world every single day.
Ashok Tea is an online tea shop, which has set out with the motive, to improve the quality, freshness, and authenticity of the tea you purchase by offering you with choices that are unique in the tea market. Our expert tea blenders procure tea directly from select estates from all over India, which is immediately sealed using a superior vacuum packaging method. Thus, we deliver the freshest of Indian teas from various estates. This allows you to choose your tea by garden, type, flavour and season of produce.
We have a great selection of loose leaf tea. Check out our various types of teas here
Our teas are sourced directly from gardens of Darjeeling, Assam, Nilgiri, Nepal and North East India. In case you have a query about a specific tea, or its source, get in touch with us at email@example.com. We will resolve your queries, as well as, give you some more detailed information.
Ashok Tea houses a variety of teas and tisanes. While black, green, oolong, and white teas contain various levels of caffeine, tisanes are caffeine free herbal teas. Tea is a natural crop, so it is difficult to determine exact caffeine levels. Therefore, we cannot provide definitive figures. However, the table below lists the average levels of caffeine that can be found in different teas.
Please note that this chart is intended as a guide only.
- Black tea / 25 – 90mg
- Oolong tea / 12-55mg
- Green tea / 8 – 36mg
- White tea / 6 – 25mg
No. We do not decaffeinate any of our teas, here at Ashok Tea. The decaffeination process involves a lot of chemicals that can affect the flavour and quality of the tea, which is why we do not have decaffeinated tea as part of our range. However, we do offer a range of tisanes, which are herbal teas made by blending herbs, spices, fruits and flowers without tea leaves.
Compounds naturally present in tea called polyphenols, catechins and flavonoids function as antioxidants, which makes tea an extremely healthy beverage to consume daily.
To ensure that your tea stays vibrant and delicious, we recommend storing it in an airtight tin or dark glass jar away from direct sunlight and moisture.
As of now, we do not ship internationally. But, you can leave your query at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will keep you into the loop when we start shipping internationally.
Orders received before noon IST (Indian Standard Time) usually ship out the same business day. Orders received after this time generally leave on the next business day.
We ship with various logistics partners, who have provided the following estimates for shipping.
- Domestic Shipping Timeframes
- Standard – 3-7 working days
- Express – 1-3 working days
Please note this is a guide only, and does not include any customs processing time upon arrival at the destination.
You can create an account by clicking on ‘My Account” button on the top right side of the site. Otherwise, once you’ve finished shopping, you’ll reach the login page where you can create an account.
Unfortunately, only items that are in their original saleable condition can be returned. Please check our Return & Refund policy for further queries.
We take the quality of our products very seriously, and respond to all quality issues with full attention. If you have purchased a product and it is faulty or contaminated in any way, please send us an email at email@example.com. Kindly include the name of the product along with a picture of the same. Our quality team will use this information to investigate further and ensure we resolve the issue in the best possible way for you.
Unfortunately we do not take any advance orders for any items that are out of stock. However, for the best solution, please send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org . We will do our best to source the product from in-store or our warehouse if it is available.
We love hearing from our customers, so please send an email to email@example.com.
Yes, it does. Every tea needs to be boiled at a certain temperature. Over brewing can burn the tea leaves which greatly affects its taste. For your reference:
WATER TEMPERATURE FOR STEEPING DIFFERENT TYPES OF TEA
|1.||White Tea||160° to 170°F|
|2||Green Tea||170°to 180° F|
|3||Oolong Tea||180° to 200°F|
|4||Black Tea||190° to 200°F|
You can make two cups of tea out of one tea bag at a time but you cannot store the tea bag for later use as the tea leaves and the essential herbs will lose their flavour and with them their beneficial qualities.
While the general procedure of preparing tea leaves are similar, there is a difference in the temperature of water and steeping time. For your convenience, we have mentioned the steeping instructions of each tea on their pages on our website ashoktea.com. However, if you wish to experiment with your tea and prepare a new version of it, you can check out the recipe section of our blog.
Yes. We have a retail store located at:
B.O. – , Fawara Chowk, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh -456010
The quantity of tea leaves depends on the type of tea being used. For example, a cup of Green tea requires 1-2 gm for 180ml.
If consumed in an appropriate amount, tea will never cause any harm to your body. However, if consumed more than recommended, it can cause acidity. Similarly, for pregnant women caffeinated teas may not be suitable, therefore they should always consult their doctors before consuming any tea during pregnancy.
It’s not a very tedious task to make green tea a part of your everyday routine. All you need to do is figure out the reason why you want to drink green tea. For example, if you want to start drinking green tea for better digestion, start with one cup every day after your meal. Also, if it’s difficult for you to develop the taste of green tea, you can choose from the different flavours available and add honey to it to make it a little sweet.