Puripan Tea Garden

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Check out the numerous teas we have available, each with its own distinct flavour profile chosen specifically for you from across the world.

Puripan Tea

Get a hold of this high-quality Korean tea with a good flavour that will tickle your taste buds.


Enjoy this nourishing, sweet, and refreshing tea suitable for every occasion.


Try this strong tea with a sweet and spicy taste that improves your health and skin.

Loose Leaf Tea & Botanicals

Choose from a variety of loose leaf teas and botanicals, each with its own unique flavour, and enjoy it in your office or at home!

Garden Direct Seasonal Tea

To enjoy a superb tea experience, choose from the carefully picked single-origin seasonal tea carefully bagged for each customer.


Bringing Organic Cinnamon Plum Herbal Tea

Cinnamon plum herbal tea that is fresh and organic, full of flavour and nourishment, is available for purchase. If you’re interested in learning more, take a look below.

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Benefiting You

We strive to provide the best and hence provide you with tea beneficial for your overall health.

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Eco Package

We believe in environmental preservation, so all of our tea packagings is done in an environmentally friendly manner.

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Highest Quality

You don’t have to be concerned about the quality of tea we provide because we use only the highest grade tea to ensure that you get the finest experience possible.

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Tea Garden Kits

A tea garden kit is a great way to get started with your own herbal plant collection. There are many different types of tea plants you can grow, so you should be able to find something that suits your needs. You can either grow your plants in pots or soil. There are...

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How to Create a Beautiful Tea Garden Drawing

A tea garden is a beautiful place to spend some time. Many people dream of having a garden like this one in their own home. Many of these gardens are in southwestern India. You can learn more about Assam tea gardens, Bengali tea gardens, or Japanese garden designs by...

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Enjoy an English Tea Garden

An English tea garden is a unique place to indulge in an afternoon tea. The leaves of the plant contain enzymes which interact with oxygen to break down its cell walls. The process may be rapid, by rolling the leaf, or more slowly through natural decomposition. This...

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How to Grow a Herbal Tea Garden

Herbal tea gardens are a great way to add herbs to your garden, and you don't need a large space to grow them. You can add tea plants to your perennial flower beds or vegetable gardens, or grow them in patio containers. The key to growing tea is to choose different...

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Choosing a Tea Garden HD Wallpaper

If you love the tea plantations, you will surely love a beautiful HD wallpaper of a tea garden. There are different styles of tea gardens, such as mountain, sunset and Roji style. Choosing a beautiful background for your PC or mobile phone is very easy, and you can...

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Choosing Tea Garden Plants

When starting a tea garden, you'll want to be sure to choose the right plants for your climate. These include Chamomile, Mint, Geraniums, and Bee balm. You'll also want to consider adding a little bit of color and texture to your garden. But, before you start your...

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Tea Garden Images

If you're looking for a picture of a tea garden, you're not alone. Tea gardens are a common sight in many countries. You can find them in San Francisco, Taiwan, Assam, and Shyamkhet. Here are some examples. Enjoy! Listed below are three groups of RGB images of...

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Golden Gate Park’s Japanese Tea Garden

Golden Gate Park is home to an iconic Japanese Tea Garden. The garden was originally built as part of a World's Fair, the California Midwinter International Exposition. Since then, this popular attraction has grown into a wonderful destination for visitors to the Bay...

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What is the Best Tea For Period Cramps?

Several nutrient-dense herbs are available for women suffering from cramps. They can support the body, tone tissues and soothe inflammation. The result can be a lighter flow, better mood and reduced cramping. You can consume a cup or two of the tea two days before...

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The Best Tea For Muscle Recovery

The best tea for muscle recovery is made with an array of beneficial nutrients, which include amino acids and antioxidants. The most popular types of tea for this purpose are Matcha, Green tea, Milk tea, and Oolong. Read on for more information! Here are the benefits...

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Cold Vs Hot Green Tea

You've probably wondered which is healthier: drinking a hot green tea brew or an iced one. Although both contain caffeine, the latter is generally a healthier choice. Both contain antioxidants and caffeinated properties. Here, we'll examine the benefits of both and...

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What Are the Best Vitamins For Your Tea Garden?

What are the best vitamins for your tea garden? The following article will cover all the essentials, including NSF-GMP certification, Herbal teas, Plant vitamin C, and Fertilizer teas. It also discusses the benefits of composting tea leaves, which will add love and...

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Earl Grey Vs English Breakfast Tea

English Breakfast and Earl Grey are similar in taste and are grown in the same climate. Although they are both caffeine-rich, English Breakfast tea has a milder flavor than Earl Grey. This tea is also slightly more expensive than Earl Grey. If you're not sure which...

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Japanese Vs Chinese Green Tea

Japanese Vs Chinese Green Tea

There are countless differences between Japanese and Chinese green teas. In fact, the two countries have nearly as many varieties as each other. For example, 70% of green tea produced in Japan is Sencha, a cultivar native to Shizuoka. Yet, the differences between the...

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Japanese Tea Types

Japanese Tea Types

There are several different Japanese tea types, and you may be wondering what each one tastes like. This article will explain the differences between Sencha, Gyokuro, Asamuchi, and Hojicha. You may also be interested in the history of each type. Then you can make your...

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The Best Brew Tea Infuser Basket

If you are in the market for a new infuser for your teapot, you are likely looking for the best Brew Tea Infuser Basket for your needs. In this article, I'll take a look at the Finum Brewing Basket, OXO's two-piece infuser, and Fred's sloth infuser, to name a few....

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How to Sweeten Green Tea

There are many ways to sweeten green tea, but the most common is with table sugar. Table sugar is the sweetening agent used by most people throughout the world, and it goes well with green tea. Unfortunately, too much table sugar is unhealthy for your body, so you...

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How to Make CBD Tea

  There are specific steps you must follow when preparing CBD tea. Fat-based and alcohol-based binding agents must be added at the beginning of the process. This will ensure that they don't boil off. Next, decarboxylate your bud and chop it up into small pieces....

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How Many Calories in Milk in Tea?

Drinks with milk, sugar, and cream are incredibly popular among the masses. However, they have a hidden calorie content. Tea alone contains very few calories and a cup of it is only a few calories higher than a glass of water. So what is the true calorie content of a...

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How Many Calories Are in Milk Tea?

If you are wondering how many calories are in milk tea, here are some quick answers: A mug of chai with whole milk contains approximately 200 calories, while a mug with soy or non-fat dairy milk only has about 160 calories. Adding honey reduces the calorie count to...

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How Much Caffeine Is in Thai Tea?

In general, how much caffeine is in Thai tea is about the same as in a typical cup of coffee. About forty milligrams of caffeine is in a cup of tea, but the way the caffeine works seems to be different than in coffee. In tea, caffeine interacts with a substance called...

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