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How can it be

that we offer you one of the world`s most sought after teas for an unbeatable low price? The answer is simple: since its early days in 1985, our supplier, the German "Teekampagne", believes in its "campaign principle"! The Tea Campaign Canada as its retailer follows these principles, which are:


We sell only high grade FTGFOP1 Darjeeling tea. Nothing else. Simplicity reduces costs.


We buy in bulk. Bulk saves money.

Direct Trade:

Teekampagne buys directly from the tea gardens in Darjeeling. No middlemen are involved.

High Quality:

All our teas are organic certified. Each batch is additionally tested on all kind of possible chemical residues. After each harvest the high graded teas are carefully selected by the "Teekampagne" and their teamasters. Only top qualities will make it to you!

Large Packets:

Tea stores pretty well for long periods of time. The use of large packets saves on packaging, labeling and handling costs.

One Year`s Supply:

Most of our customers buy their year`s supply at a time. This saves shipping costs for them and warehouse costs for us.

Close Contact To Our Customers:

We inform our customers about the arrival of a new harvest. Our customers spread the news. They help us to reduce marketing expenses. We pass these savings - like all other savings - along to our customers!

Drink Tea Campaign, Tea Association of Canada


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