Tea Darjeeling is a tea grown in the district of Darjeeling, in Kalimpong, West Bengal in India. Darjeeling tea is produced from tender leaves of the Camellia sinensis. The taste is slightly astringent in tannins, with a musky note, which the connoisseurs compare to Muscat grapes. Tea leaves Darjeeling blacks are not 100% oxidized and come partly also used to make semi-oxidized teas such as oolong and green teas. This brings benefits to you for the heart reducing the risk of diseases cardiovascular and heart attacks. Protects against Parkinson's disease and various forms of cancer including that to the skin, lung, stomach, pancreas, to the prostate and ovaries. Protects against free radicals e slows aging.