Different Types of Green Tea

Different Types of Green Tea

by mayank sohar


Green tea, renowned for its refreshing taste and wide range of unique blends, offers an enchanting journey through the world of flavors. Beyond the traditional green tea leaves, there exists a plethora of delightful and carefully crafted green tea blends infused with natural ingredients.

In this blog, we invite you to embark on an exploration of the diverse and captivating types of green tea available at 1868 by Tata Tea, each designed to cater to various palates and preferences.

1. Green with Rose - Tranquility from the Kanan Devan Hills

Imagine standing amidst the serene Kanan Devan hills of Munnar, enveloped in nature's tranquility. The Green Tea with Rose Petals captures the essence of this picturesque landscape. Grown in the high slopes of Munnar, both the green tea leaves and rose petals are handpicked, ensuring a delicate blend of subtle, sweet, and floral notes. Sipping this tea transports you to the very heart of the hills, evoking a sense of calm and harmony with every sip.

2. Spicy Guava - Reliving Childhood Memories

Unlock a treasure trove of childhood memories with the Spicy Guava green tea. This specially curated blend features the zing of spicy, tangy guava harmoniously blended with premium green tea. The flavor journey of this tea is a delightful rollercoaster ride that keeps you coming back for another cup. Embrace the joy of nostalgia while savoring this unique and exciting tea blend.

3. Apple Cranberry - A Symphony of Fruits

For those seeking a harmonious blend of fruit flavors with the goodness of green tea, the Apple Cranberry tea is an absolute delight. The soothing green tea base complements the mouthwatering combination of apple and cranberry. Each sip takes you on a journey through fragrant apple orchards, leaving a lingering sweetness on your palate. Versatile and perfect for any time of day, this tea is sure to captivate your taste buds.

4. Aam Panna - A Tangy Summer Indulgence

Introducing a burst of nostalgia with the Aam Panna green tea, reminiscent of summer holidays and childhood memories. This refreshing blend combines tangy aam panna flavors with the goodness of green tea. Whether enjoyed hot or cold, this invigorating tea offers a delightful twist to your daily routine. Embrace the essence of summer all year long with every sip of this tangy delight.

5. Mango Chilli - A Unique Taste Sensation

Prepare to be pleasantly surprised with the Mango Chilli green tea - a true taste sensation. Combining the sweetness of mangoes with a spicy kick of chilli, this green tea blend offers an exciting and balanced flavor profile. The fusion of sweet and spicy notes dances on your taste buds, leaving you craving more for this distinct and exotic tea.

6. Jasmine Green - The Divine Aroma of Munnar

Munnar, known for its enchanting floral teas, delivers yet another gem - the Jasmine Green tea. Delicately fragrant and refreshing, this tea not only tastes divine but also mesmerizes with its captivating aroma. The jasmine blossoms infuse the green tea leaves, elevating your senses and creating a calming experience. It's the perfect choice for those seeking a gentle and aromatic green tea experience.


Green tea is a gift from nature, and its versatility shines through with the introduction of various flavorful tea blends. From the serene Green with Rose to the tangy Aam Panna, and from the divine Jasmine Green to the surprising Mango Chilli, each type of green tea available at 1868 by Tata Tea offers a delightful experience for tea enthusiasts and curious taste explorers alike.

Whether you seek tranquility, refreshing aromas, fruity delights, tangy twists, or spicy surprises, there's a green tea blend to suit every mood and occasion. Embrace the diverse world of green tea, and let these unique flavors transport you to different landscapes and evoke cherished memories with every sip. Cheers to the wonderful symphony of green tea flavors!

Disclaimer: Please note our products are vegetarian and the images used on this blog are for illustrative purposes only.

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