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Black Tea

Black tea is the most popular tea in the Western world thanks to the British. Because it is fully oxidized, black tea retains its flavour and can be preserved for longer periods of time, which made it ideal for export to Britain, the colonies and around the world. In order to break the Chinese monopoly on tea, the British introduced tea production to India, and eventually to Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and Kenya. Our tea blends are created with teas from the finest tea regions in the world including China, India, Sri Lanka (Ceylon), Kenya, Taiwan and Japan.

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  • Tea Black Currant Blend 50g

    Black Currant originated in France, and is popular throughout Europe. We blend these berries with high grown teas from Sri Lanka, a perfect complement to this highly aromatic berry.  Considered a thirst quencher as both a hot tea and an iced tea. Conta

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  • Tea Borengajuli Assam 50g

    Many years ago, Borengajuli’s Estate managers selected the finest plants in the the gardens. As a result, Borengajuli is one of the highest yielding estates in terms of exceptional, luxury grade teas. A malty, jammy-like flavour.

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  • Tea Buckingham Palace 50g

    This in the blend served by the Queen at her spring Buckingham Palace garden party. Intriguing hints of high-grown Ceylon Earl Grey blend effortlessly with soft Fujian Jasmine, malty Assam, flavourful Dimbula Ceylon, and brisk East of Rift Kenya.

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  • Tea Bukhail Estate Pekoe 50g

    From the Bukhial Estate in Assam India, this tea is grown for European client’s willing to pay for a top quality tea which is malty with a strong ‘mouth-feel’. The tea is cut very fine and produces a bold, strong brew.

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  • Tea Ceylon Natural 50g

    The Kenmare Estate in the British colony of Ceylon began operations in 1885. The dry hot wind known as the Cachan Wind and the warm sun is offset by an annual rainfall of 6 feet, perfect climatic conditions for growing tea.

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  • Tea Chocolate Orange 50g

    Teas from the top high-grown districts of Sri Lanka noted for their floral bouquet and flavour notes are blended with the flavour of rich chocolate and the zesty essence of fresh oranges. Rich and chocolatey with undertones of orange.

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  • Tea Cream Earl Grey 50g

    Cream Earl Grey has a taste that’s smooth with vanilla overtones. This high grown estate black tea hand is blended with fragrant oil of Bergamot and a touch of French Vanilla. ​A bright, coppery infusion which is sweet, smooth and rich.

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  • Tea English Breakfast 50g

    A perfect breakfast tea with good body and full tea flavour notes. Brews smooth and malty, with a clean finish. Coppery bright – especially enticing with milk. Robust, full body, smooth.​

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  • Tea English Breakfast Decaf 50g

    This decaf tea is produced using a process developed by Canadian food scientists which removes caffeine without using chemicals of any sort, maintaining its flavour and health benefits. A wonderful all-day breakfast tea that is great with milk.

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  • Tea English Breakfast LARGE 250g

    A perfect breakfast tea with good body and full tea flavour notes. Brews smooth and malty, with a clean finish. Coppery bright – especially enticing with milk. Robust, full body, smooth.​

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  • Tea English Earl Grey 50g

    ​Our blend of organic black teas are hand picked from select gardens in Sri Lanka. The full bodied leaves are then blended with precious oil of bergamot to create a superb citrus bouquet and great finish.

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  • Tea Glendale Orange Pekoe 50g

    Glendale is a premier tea estate in Nilgiri, where tea was first produced in 1859 by Chinese prisoners captured by the British during the Opium Wars.

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  • Tea Irish Breakfast 250g

    The people of Ireland drink more tea per capita than any other population on Earth, about 6 cups a day. The Irish prefer what some might call a sturdy cup of tea​. A stout robust blend of February Kenya BP1 and 2nd flush Assam. Superb colour and very full

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  • Tea Irish Breakfast 50g

    The people of Ireland drink more tea per capita than any other population on Earth, about 6 cups a day. The Irish prefer what some might call a sturdy cup of tea​. A stout robust blend of February Kenya BP1 and 2nd flush Assam. Superb colour and very full

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  • Tea Keemun Panda #1 50g

    Chinese produced only green teas until 1875 to satisfy the English demand for black tea. A properly produced Keemun such as our Panda #1 is considered one of the finest teas in the world with a complex aromatic and penetrating character.

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  • Tea Kenyan Kambaa Estate 50g

    Tea planters emigrated to Kenya from India in 1947, and brought tea bushes which thrived in the Kenyan climate. Kambaa serves as a manufacturing facility for thousands of small tea farmers in the Kiambu District. Malty with  hints of currant. 

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  • Tea Lemon Blend 50g

    The tart acidic flavor of lemons complement the astringency of black tea perfectly. Lemon is now one of the most common additives to a cup of tea after milk and sugar. One of our favourites poured over a nice tall glass of ice with a sprinkling of sugar.

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  • Tea Lovers Leap 50g

    Lover’s Leap is one of the finest tea gardens in Sri Lanka. High elevations with the right conditions produce great teas. When the monsoons sweep in from the Bay of Bengal the top elevations of Lovers Leap are very often above the clouds.

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  • Tea Margaret's Hope Darjeeling 50g

    From the Margaret's Estate in the Darjeeling region of India, this tea is grown at very high altitudes in relatively cool weather, resulting in a slow growing bush with limited production. A delicate cup with the distinctive ‘Muscatel’ character. 

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  • Tea Monks Blend 50g

    Franciscan monks used to drink this tea to keep them awake during long periods of meditation. The dramatic combination of vanilla and grenadine ensures a particularly satisfying cup. Sweet and toasty with a touch of dryness and a subtle bouquet.

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  • Tea Moroccan Mint 50g

    When the English introduced them to tea, Moroccans added it to the heavy mint beverage they traditionally brewed. Brewing and serving mint tea is central to social life in Morocco. Traditionally brewed with 2 to 3 teaspoons of sugar per cup.

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  • Tea Organic Assam Estate PF 50g

    ​The Assam region of India lies between Bangladesh and Burma (Myanmar). Monsoon season sees 10” - 12” of rain and temperature of 103 F. This greenhouse like climate contributes to the tea’s unique malty, full bodied, brisk taste with tremendous flavour.

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  • Tea Russian Earl Grey 50g

    This blend of Orange Pekoe grade teas is scented with the oil of bergamot, lemon grass, dried orange peel, cornflower petals, and natural flavours. Sultry citrus notes, bright with pleasing citrus overtone and mellow finish.

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  • Tea Scottish Breakfast 50g

    A strong, well-rounded black blend with Assam and Yunnan teas. A full bodied, brisk, malty and oaky blend, with a hint of natural smokiness and hints of cask oakiness.

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