The World of Typhoo Tea

Typhoo Tea Limited is an over 100-year-old iconic British brand with a rich heritage stretching back to 1903 started from a Birmingham shop. Over the years, Typhoo has developed from being the first brand to sell ready packaged tea, to being a leading tea business that now offers products in every sector of the tea market. In 2005 Apeejay Surrendra Group, one of India’s largest tea producers with 17 plantations across 50,000 acres in Assam, acquired Typhoo and its associated brands. Producing approximately 25 million kilograms of tea, its companies are amongst the oldest tea companies in India, one dating back to 1864. Typhoo, UK’s third largest tea brand stepped into India with a select range of Teas and Fruit Infusions in 2008 and hasn’t looked back since then.Typhoo Tea - Rohit Dassani

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From climate controlled manufacturing that ensures that every pack of tea offers tea connoisseurs a refreshing experience, to finer details like heat sealed envelopes for lasting freshness, Typhoo’s offerings add a bit of happiness to your day, every day. The Teas are produced at a world class production hub in Kolkata, West Bengal which is fully automated manufacturing facility equipped with a state of the art blending and packaging unit. Check out to learn more about the offerings.

Typhoo Tea Flavors:

Traditional Tulsi – This Green tea blend is made from the infusion of 100% organic Tulsi leaves. Have a range of traditional natural soothing properties this Tulsi blend will heal your body and mind in the Monsoon Season.

Orange Spicer – Typhoo Orange Spicer is a delicious fusion of tangy orange with hibiscus, clove, ginger and cinnamon. This blend is caffeine free with fruit infusion which helps to brighten up your day. Do try its cool and chilled version with ice and lime.

Green Tea – Typhoo Premium Green Tea is made from the tea leaves from Darjeeling and Dooars estates and is the best source of anti-oxidants. Drink this as many times as you like deriving the holistic and refreshing benefits for the mind and body.

Typhoo Peppermint – Created from organic blend infusion of peppermint leaves with premium green tea. This is caffeine free with a slightly spicy aroma. A perfect digestive aid this blend uplifts your mood and can also be enjoyed chilled during summers.

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Typhoo Moroccan Mint – Made with the infusion of natural Spearmint leaves with premium green tea. This blend uplifts your mood and senses. Can be tried any time of the day and also in its chilled format for the summers.

Typhoo Chamomile – This floral infusion is created from 100% organic chamomile flowers. This is also a caffeine free blend and an excellent body calmer. Best to be tried just before bed time with its floral golden hued color.

Coconut Green Tea – A great combination of green tea with silky smooth texture of coconut. This light blend brew is naturally sweet and fragrant.

Typhoo Decaf – A caffeine free robust blend for health conscious Tea lovers intended to cut down on caffeine. This 99.9% caffeine free CTC tea blend to retain most of its flavonoids for deep amber colored treasure with rich malty undertone to revitalize your day.

Masala Chai – Typhoo Masala Chai is a signature blend of premium Assam tea and warming Indian spices with the taste of ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, black pepper and cloves, are deliciously balanced to create a wonderful flavor. A particular delight for the winters or Monsoon season, it’s comforting sense of well-being and can be enjoyed anytime of the day. An exotic fusion of traditional Indian spices and tea.

Well the list of offerings from Typhoo is much larger and new flavors are added consistently. Bring home the rich fusions and flavors from Typhoo Tea to have a healthy lifestyle.

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Rohit Dassani

Rohit Dassani is one of the top culinary reviewer on Zomato/TripAdvisor for the last 5years. By profession he is a IT Professional who escapes to world of food whenever he gets a chance. You can reach him via contact page or email!

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  1. Lorrie Roa says:

    Tea!!! I also love both but I couldn’t live without tea. I try to stay away from caffeine so that makes my options slightly more limited, and tea has so many more choices for decaf than coffee does (I also prefer iced coffee over hot). Teavana teas are my favorite. I love anything fruity, decaf green tea, and lemon black tea. There are very few teas that I dislike other than chai!

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