Royal Darjeeling Rajah Grand Leaf

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The delicate scent of rose
A sweet harmony of flavour
The essence of Darjeeling

Rare and precious leaves

Grown on a special plantation on the venerable Makaibari Tea Estate and harvested at the beginning of spring, Silver Tips, which take their name from their delicate silver hairs, are some of the most prized leaves in all of Darjeeling. These fresh leaves, delicately rolled by hand, are not generally available on the marketplace and can usually only be purchased by special order.

A rich, invigorating sweetness

Anticipate the spellbinding taste of authentic Darjeeling, as these precious leaves unfurl in the teapot, releasing layers of delicious flavour.

*Also available as a 5-pack set presented in a special gift box (¥3,672 w/tax) 


  • Type: Silver Tips
    JAS-certified organic black tea/FTGFOP-1S (fine tippy golden flowery orange pekoe - no.1 special)
  • Tea leaf origin: Makaibari Tea Estate (India, West Bengal, Darjeeling)
  • Cultivation method: Biodynamic farming
  • Harvesting method: Hand-picked
  • Tea leaf producer: Makaibari Tea Estate
  • 1 pack/5 grams (one serving)
  • Gift box size: 10.2cm×13.8 cm×6.8cm
  • Storage:
    Avoid high temperatures and humidity.
    Avoid any transfer of aroma to the tea leaves.

  1. Boil some fresh water (or filtered water in some regions).
  2. Warm the teapot and tea cups with some of the boiled water.
  3. Place 5g of leaves (enough for 2 cups) inside the teapot, then pour in about 400cc of boiled water. Use a stove to boil the water, as it will not reach 100 with an electric kettle.
  4. Cover the tea pot with a tea cozy and let the tea steep for 5 minutes.
  5. Pour the tea into the cups. If more there is more than one tea cup, pour a little amount into each cup one by one, to get a consistent colour and taste. Continue pouring until the last drop.
  6. After pouring the tea, wait for around 2 minutes before drinking. In this way, you will be able to more fully enjoy the taste and aroma of Makaibairi tea.