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Amsterdam Liquorice
$6.5 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Memories of home. Sweet and lightly Anise and tea complement each other. Delicious exotic aniseed finish.

Ingredients: Luxury black tea, Luxury rooibos, Aniseed, Sunflower + calendula petals.

Origin: Sri Lanka

Region: Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula

Caffeine Content: medium

Water Temperature: 206 F / 97 C

Steep Time: 3 – 5 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp / 8oz

Aniseed, the wonderfully savoury spice that flavours Dutch liquorice has been used to enhance the foods of various cultures for at least 4000 years. So how did the spice make its way to Amsterdam and into the liquorice? During the 17th Century, Amsterdam became one of the wealthiest cities in the world. The city’s vast wealth was based almost entirely on foreign trade with business in spice comprising a large part of that trade. Naturally, spices from around the world made their way into the kitchens and recipes of the city’s chefs. Eventually, aniseed was combined with liquorice root to create the tasty confection that is now as synonymous with Holland as wooden shoes – Dutch Liquorice.  Brew a pot of this delicious tea today and savour the exotic spice of Amsterdam. Sweet, astringent and spicy, Amsterdam liquorice is one of our more uniquely flavoured black teas.

Price: Starting at $6 / 50g

African Breakfast
$7 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Balanced and Bold – Floral notes and fresh Pumpernickel bread

Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan Black tea, Assam and China black teas

Origin: Kenya, India, China

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 206 F  / 97 C

Steep Time: 3-5 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp/8oz

The perfect start to your day. Take a tea trip around the world with this full-bodied blend of black teas from Kenya, India and China. This delicious breakfast blend is well-balanced and very high in anti-oxidants. Try drinking it the Kenyan way, with a splash of milk and sugar.

Price: Starting at $7 / 50g

African Chai
$7.5 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Sweet and Spicy – Liquorice Root and Cloves

Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan Black tea, allspice, clove, fennel, cinnamon, liquorice root, ginger, black pepper, rose petals.

Caffeine Level: Medium

Water Temperature: 206 F / 97 C

Steep time:  3-5 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp / 8oz

‘Chai’ actually just means ‘tea’, but here in the west, we have adopted the term to mean spiced tea. Our African Chai is spiced with a unique bouquet of cloves, cinnamon, fennel and rose petals. Totally different from a spicy Indian Masala Chai, this has been known to make chai devotees rethink how they drink their chai! Also delicious as an iced tea!

Price: Starting at $7.5 / 50g

After Eight
$8.5 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Peppermint, chocolate and vanilla

Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan black tea, organic peppermint, organic cacao nibs, natural vanilla.

Origin: Kenya, Sri Lanka, USA, Bali

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 212ºF / 100ºC

Steep Time: 5 -7 minutes

Suggested Serving Size: 1.5 tsp/8oz

We have recreated the chocolate that we all know and love using only natural ingredients.  We blended our fair trade Kenyan black tea with peppermint from North West Oregon, cacao nibs from Bali and just a hint of natural vanilla.  The result is a superb black tea that smells and tastes great!

Price: Starting at $8.5 / 50g

Assam Black
$10 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Full bodied, malty and robust.  All the characteristics that make this an exceptional Assam.

Ingredients: Fair trade black tea.

Origin: Assam, North-East India

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 212 F / 100 C

Steep Time: 3-6 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp / 8oz

The strongest of Indian teas, this whole leaf black comes from India’s first tea region.

Teas that are produced without the input of chemical fertilizers or pesticides and herbicides generally have a lower yield per acre and quite often quality can suffer compared to when fertilizers and others inputs are utilized. Nevertheless with good manufacturing techniques the cup characteristics can be maintained at a very high level – such is the case with this tea! This tea is a classic top quality Assam, very full bodied and tending ‘juicy’. Quite often milk is used to tone down the strength of the tea since milk gives the tea a smoothness that is very pleasant and highlights the malty notes.
Historically the Assam tea bush is a subgenus of Camellia Sinensis. This variety was found growing wild in the Assam province of northeast India in the 1823, when the British East India Company was studying a proposal to grow tea in India. The idea was turned down for fears that India’s production might endanger their China tea monopoly. Ten years later conditions had changed. The company’s opium trafficking had angered the Chinese government and the British Crown overrode the objections of the East India Company and backed a project to grow tea in India. By 1837 it was successfully cultivated in Assam and in May 1838 a few chests were shipped to London (true organic tea – grown before the advent of artificial fertilizers and herbicides). The first consignment of 8 chests of Assam tea was auctioned off in 1839 heralding the advent of Indian Tea in the world markets. Tea continues to play an important political role in India’s development. Not only do millions of people gather their main source of family income from the tea business, but in 1946 Mahatma Ghandi in his non-violent struggle for Independence is known to have taken tea to King George-V at Buckingham Palace for their historic discussion on Indian Independence.

Price: Starting at $10 / 50g

 

Baroness Grey
$8 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Excellent Earl Grey notes accented with piquant lemon.

Ingredients: Black tea, Lemon pieces, Cornflower + Rose petals, Lime leaves

Origin:  Sri Lanka, China, Spain, Italy

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 206 F / 97 C

Steep Time: 3-5 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp / 8oz

This tea is blended in honour of The Baroness of Grey, who lived sometime in the 16th or 17th century and was married to a man who was a Ship’s Captain in the Royal Navy. As the story goes, his ship never returned from a trading voyage to China. Refusing to believe that her husband would never return the Baroness would walk to the port lands every morning to greet each ship hoping for news of her husband. Sadly, she continued this practice until the day she died. In honour of the loyal Baroness Grey, we blended this tea with the traditional bergamot and the addition of lemon to represent the bitter tears shed over her beloved. The dried lemon peels add an additional tartness to the citrus character of the tea making it a fantastic alternative to traditional Earl Grey.

Price: Starting at $8 / 50g

Cream Earl Grey
$8 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: A must for the avid Earl Grey tea drinker! Our flavourful Earl Grey mellowed with a delicious creamy taste. An excellent all day tea with a superb finish.

Ingredients: Black tea, Cornflower petals, Natural vanilla.

Origin: Sri Lanka

Region: Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula or Uva districts

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature:  206 F / 97 C

Steep Time: 3-5 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp / 8oz

Cream Earl Grey has a taste that’s smooth with vanilla overtones that stand out above the premium bergamot flavour – the signature taste of Earl Grey. This is a tea that would complement a royal meal or any another aristocratic occasion for that matter! One has to assume that Charles Grey himself (1764-1845) would have strongly approved of this delicacy.

What type of tea do we use, how do we flavour the tea and why do we use natural flavours?
First… Our suppliers only use high grown teas from the top 3 tea growing regions of Sri Lanka – Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula and Uva. These three high-grown districts produce flavourful teas that have classic ‘Ceylon’ tea character which is noted by floral bouquet and flavour notes, touches of mild astringency, bright coppery colour and, most importantly – perfect for use as the base tea of our flavoured teas. (Our Suppliers have tested teas from various other origins around the world as base stock for their flavoured teas, but none of these teas made the grade.) Dimbula and the western estates of Nuwara Eliya have a major quality peak during Jan/Feb, whereas Uva and the eastern estates of Nuwara Eliya have their peak in July/Aug. This ‘dual peak period’ allow them to buy the best for our flavoured tea blends several times during the year, ensuring top quality and freshness.
Second… They use flavouring oils not crystals to give the tea drinker an olfactory holiday before indulging in a liquid tea treat.
Third… We specify natural flavours. High quality tea tastes good and natural flavours do not mask the natural taste of the high grown Ceylon tea. (The norm for many making flavoured tea is to use overpowering artificial flavours, which can be used to hide lower quality tea). Natural flavours do not leave an aftertaste giving the tea a clean and true character. It should be noted that natural flavours tend to be somewhat ‘soft‘ and the flavours slightly muted, but for many this is a refreshing change and one of the desired attributes of our naturally flavoured teas.

Price: Starting at $8 / 50g

Kangaroo Lapsang
$12 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: A smooth and deep flavourful cup with delectable mild hints of a pine and oak fire.

Ingredients: Black tea

Origin: Taiwan

Region: Nantou County

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 212 F / 100 C

Steep time: 3-6 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp / 8oz

It has been said that “The beauty of Taiwan tea resides in the hard-working spirit of past generations to pioneer the golden age of Taiwan tea.”  Truer words regarding this island nation’s tea industry could not have been spoken. Through all of Taiwan’s political ups and downs during the past couple of centuries, the art of tea has prevailed producing some of the world’s finest cups. Although these days Taiwan is often associated with semi-fermented Oolongs, the industry there actually began with the development of black tea – teas such as this outstanding Lapsang. Local teas originated from two varieties of wild growing plants, their primary difference being the colour of their sprouts. This tea, known as Taiwan Mountain tea had either greenish tending light purple sprouts or purple-red tending fuchsia sprouts. Initially it was thought that neither of these teas were commercially viable. That all changed however when improvements were made to a varietal sub-categorized as Taiwan Tea No. 18 making it suitable for black tea production.
It is the belief that due to the exceptional appearance of the leaf, Kangaroo Lapsang is probably produced from plants stemming from this original Tea No. 18. Production begins by withering freshly picked tea over pine and oak fires, pan-firing, and then rolling the leaf by hand. Once rolled, leaves are pressed into wooden barrels, covered with cloth, and allowed to ferment. Next, the leaves are re-rolled into tight strips and placed in bamboo baskets, which are hung over burning pine boughs. As they dry, the leaves further develop their rich smoky flavour. Because of the quality of the fresh leaf used to produce Kangaroo Lapsang, the resulting tea is one of the worlds finest. The flavour is robust, deep, and highly aromatic, filling the mouth with distinctive smoky pine notes. The flavour leads us to another quote, “The beauty of Taiwan tea resides in the flavour, the clearness of its colouring, the purity of its taste, and the elegance of its aroma.” That being the case, this tea is a true example of the beauty of Taiwan tea. (As for the odd name – the true origins have been lost to the mists of time – although legend has it that a ship carrying Kangaroos to the Boston Zoo from Australia almost 200 years ago capsized off the coast of Taiwan, then known as Formosa. The ancient stories maintain that the kangaroos lived in peace amongst the tea plants for many years!)

Kenyan Earl Grey
$7.5 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Aromatic and Rich – Bright citrus and wildflowers

Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan Black tea, organic bergamot oil.

Origin: Kenya

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 206 F / 97 C

Steep time:  3-5 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp / 8oz

This cold-pressed bergamot oil will brighten your Earl Grey experience! Grown under the Mediterranean sun, organic bergamot oranges marry perfectly with the natural fruity notes of our whole leaf Kenyan tea. Unlike any other Earl Grey, you have tasted, share a cup with a friend named Earl soon!

Price: Starting at $7.5 / 50g

Lapsang Souchong
$7 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Savoury, Woodsy, Smoke

Ingredients: Organic Black Tea

Origin: China

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 212 F  /  100 C

Steep Time: 3-6 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp/8oz

Traditionally carried by camel across Asia from China to Europe, this tea would arrive with a signature smoky aroma from the fires that the caravans burned for warmth. Still popular today, the organic leaves are smoked over pine needles and yield a distinctive aroma that goes especially well with savoury dishes.

Price: Starting at $7 / 50g

Mount Kenya Black
$6.5 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Strong and Malty – Berries and Dried Fruits

Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan Black tea

Origin: Kenya

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 206 F / 97 C

Steep Time: 3-5 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp/8oz

A sip of our whole leaf black tea transports you to the lush, jade tea gardens at the foot of Mt Kenya. This rich black tea is fresh and smooth, but packs a serious hit of flavour. Sweet and complex on its own, but equally superb with a splash of milk and sugar. Also delicious as an iced tea!

Price: Starting at $6.5 / 50g

Nani’s Masala Chai
$6.5 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Penetrating depth with a full flavoured cup exuding floral and spice notes. A tea for memories!

Ingredients: Black tea, Ginger, Coriander, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves, Black pepper, Rose petals, Jasmine + Lavender blossoms.

Origin: India

Region: Assam and Travencore,

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 212 F / 100 C

Steep Time: 3-6 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp / 8oz

When I was younger and traveling throughout India, I fell in love with Chai.  One question I consistently asked people was, “What is the origin of masala chai?” The overwhelming response to my informal survey was that it was “grandmother’s chai.” (“Nani Chai”).

Grandmother, the traditional caretaker of the household, would brew a blend of plant roots, bark and seeds if a family member became ill or as a tonic to stay healthy through the changing seasons. In fact, many of the ingredients now found in a classic cup of masala chai are useful for treating colds, flu, stomach ailments, digestive problems, lung issues and other common maladies. These family recipes were handed down from mother to daughter to granddaughters over generations spanning hundreds of years.

One generally held belief (or chai conspiracy theory) that was heard repeatedly during our travels is that the British, knowing tea’s addictive properties and seeing an enormous new local market, at first dispensed tea at no cost to the Indian population. This marketing plan paid off, as India became among the world’s largest consumer and producer of tea. Eventually tea, with its energy-giving medicine, made its way into Grandma’s spice decoctions. Add some milk and sugar, originating from both the Indian Ayurvedic and British teatime traditions, and masala chai was born. There is, of course, no way to sub- stantiate this chai creation story, but it seems plausible to us.

Chai is such an integral part of Indian culture, I think any Indian who scrutinizes the Westerner’s recent chai craze might wonder, “What took you so long?” As a foolish Western chai lover, I offer my humble thanks to the long line of ‘Nani’ on the other side of the world who gave us the gift of masala chai.

Our Chai is based on one ‘Nani’s’ recipe, passed down from generation to generation to your cup.

The taste is heavenly – ginger and cardamom intermingle with cinnamon, cloves and hints of black pepper. The full-bodied cup is rounded out with floral notes that tempt the taste buds and will have you crying out for more. Brew a pot today and raise a cup to all of the Grandmothers out there.

Price: Starting at $6.5 / 50g

Organic Darjeeling
$15 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Honeysuckle, Crisp Apple, Muscatel

Ingredients: Organic Black Tea

Winner: Best Black Tea – World Tea Expo

Origin: India

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 185 F  /  85C

Steep Time: 3-5 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp/8oz

This exquisite tea hails from one of the most renowned tea estates in Darjeeling, India. The Seeyok estate was established in 1869 in the Darjeeling hills bordering Nepal. This high altitude tea is grown on steep picturesque slopes up to 4000 ft, surrounded by fresh air and pure mountain spring water. Our select high grown tea is hand picked, artisan processed, and provides a bright and brisk cup much lighter than other black teas because of its high altitude. This champagne of teas is a proprietary blend of 2nd autumnal flush teas, and steeps a pink, light amber color, with a fresh floral and apple-like character and a slightly astringent finish. It is rare to experience a pure 100% Darjeeling outside of India. This is your passport to experience this rare and golden opportunity of a truly prized luxury.

Price: Starting at $15 / 50g

Purple Leaf
$14 / 50g
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Tasting notes: Juicy plums with a sweet biscuit finish.

Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan Purple Leaf Tea

Origin: Kenya

Caffeine Content: Med / Low

Water Temperature: 185 F  /  85 C

Steep Time: 3-5 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1.5 tsp/8oz

Introducing this very unique tea, Purple Leaf Tea grown in Kenya.  This is an exciting, brand new category of tea.  The reason it is called Purple Leaf Tea is because purple leaves naturally grow this colour on the tea bush.  This is not a GMO plant, it is a rare and natural genetic mutation in the leaf pigmentation which Kenyan farmers have adopted.  Purple tea contains the same super-antioxidant property that blueberries have (anthocyanin). It is also a colour changing tea – squeeze a couple of drops of lemon into your cup and watch the purple colour intensify!  Magic or science?  You decide.

Price: Starting at $14 / 50g

Scottish Breakfast
$5.5 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: Malty full-bodied character with bright flavour notes and hints of cask oakiness. A bracing Highlander’s cup of tea!

Ingredients: Black tea.

Origin: India / China / Kenya

Region: Assam, Nilgiri / Anhui / Nandi, Kericho

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 212 F / 100 C

Steep Time: 3-6 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp / 8oz

The primary sociological structure in old Scotland was the ‘clan’. The roots of the system are very ancient, stretching back into Scotland’s Celtic past. The country had been occupied by many different peoples – Britons, Romans, Angles and Vikings – but two races came to dominate: the Picts in the north and east who divided their territory into 7 petty kingdoms and in the west it was the Scots. Originating as an Irish tribe, the Scots migrated from Ulster in the 6th century. The kingdoms of the Scots and the Picts were eventually united by Kenneth MacAlpin in the mid 800’s.
These people were organized along tribal lines, which eventually became known as clans. One of the downfalls of the clans was the propensity to feud. Some disputes simmered for centuries such as the feud between the MacDonalds and Stewarts, which began at Culloden in 1314, finally being settled in the 1600’s. Highlanders guarded their traditions fiercely and were well known for their loyally robust character.
This tea is like a proper Highlander – robust, malty (not unlike a good Scotch) and full of life and vigour. Highlanders liked their tea very strong and insisted on hints of cask oak to remind them of their clan’s own special elixir – single malt Scotch. This blend consists of 2nd Flush Assam tea (thick, robust with delicious hints of malt); January production South Indian tea (high mountain grown that has wonderful flavour notes which accentuate the robust Assam); Keemun Panda #1 which has a delicious winy character further enhancing the stout malty character of the blend and finally a Chingwo County Orange Pekoe which gives the distinct oaky character. This tea is especially delicious with milk, which further lends a malty character to the tea and highlights the brightness of the premium tea, which has hints of a red colour.

Price: Starting at $5.5 / 50g

Vanilla Cream
$7 / 50g
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Tasting Notes: A delicious synergy between excellent high grown tea, rich fresh vanilla, and a lovely cream character. Enjoy a cup of decadence.

Ingredients: Luxury black tea, Sunflower + Calendula petals, Jasmine petals, Natural vanilla flavours.

Country of Origin: Sri Lanka

Region: Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula or Uva districts

Caffeine Content: Medium

Water Temperature: 212 F / 100 C

Steep Time: 3-6 minutes

Suggested Serving: 1 tsp / 8oz

Vanilla Cream is a decadent as well as a synergistic tea!  This tea is designed for special occasions as well as being a dessert tea – but most drink it all the time because it’s taste is so delectable.  We know that vanilla is reported to have ‘magical’ properties that calm the nerves and lift the spirit as well as allegedly improving the romantic aspect of one’s life.  Indeed, a flavour that is full of mystery and elusiveness.  Do not forget that vanilla was, and still is, highly prized.  Combine the exotic character of vanilla with a velvet cream taste and you end up with the ‘Cadillac’ of flavoured teas!

Price: Starting at $7 / 50g

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Amsterdam Liquorice
Tasting Notes: Memories of home. Sweet and lightly Anise and tea complement each other. Delicious exotic aniseed finish. Ingredients: Luxury black tea, Luxury rooibos, Aniseed, Sunflower + calen... Read More
$6.5 / 50g
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African Breakfast
Tasting Notes: Balanced and Bold – Floral notes and fresh Pumpernickel bread Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan Black tea, Assam and China black teas Origi... Read More
$7 / 50g
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African Chai
Tasting Notes: Sweet and Spicy – Liquorice Root and Cloves Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan Black tea, allspice, clove, fennel, cinnamon, liquorice root, ginger, black pepper, rose peta... Read More
$7.5 / 50g
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After Eight
Tasting Notes: Peppermint, chocolate and vanilla Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan black tea, organic peppermint, organic cacao nibs, natural vanilla. Origin: Kenya, ... Read More
$8.5 / 50g
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Assam Black
Tasting Notes: Full bodied, malty and robust.  All the characteristics that make this an exceptional Assam. Ingredients: Fair trade black tea. Origin: Assam, North-East In... Read More
$10 / 50g
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Baroness Grey
Tasting Notes: Excellent Earl Grey notes accented with piquant lemon. Ingredients: Black tea, Lemon pieces, Cornflower + Rose petals, Lime leaves Origin:  Sri Lanka, China... Read More
$8 / 50g
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Cream Earl Grey
Tasting Notes: A must for the avid Earl Grey tea drinker! Our flavourful Earl Grey mellowed with a delicious creamy taste. An excellent all day tea with a superb finish. Ingredients: Black tea, ... Read More
$8 / 50g
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Kangaroo Lapsang
Tasting Notes: A smooth and deep flavourful cup with delectable mild hints of a pine and oak fire. Ingredients: Black tea Origin: Taiwan ... Read More
$12 / 50g
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Kenyan Earl Grey
Tasting Notes: Aromatic and Rich – Bright citrus and wildflowers Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan Black tea, organic bergamot oil. Origin: Kenya C... Read More
$7.5 / 50g
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Lapsang Souchong
Tasting Notes: Savoury, Woodsy, Smoke Ingredients: Organic Black Tea Origin: China Caffeine Content: Medium Water Temperature... Read More
$7 / 50g
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Mount Kenya Black
Tasting Notes: Strong and Malty – Berries and Dried Fruits Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan Black tea Origin: Kenya Caffeine Content: Med... Read More
$6.5 / 50g
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Nani’s Masala Chai
Tasting Notes: Penetrating depth with a full flavoured cup exuding floral and spice notes. A tea for memories! Ingredients: Black tea, Ginger, Coriander, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves, Black pepper... Read More
$6.5 / 50g
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Organic Darjeeling
Tasting Notes: Honeysuckle, Crisp Apple, Muscatel Ingredients: Organic Black Tea Winner: Best Black Tea – World Tea Expo Origin: India ... Read More
$15 / 50g
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Purple Leaf
Tasting notes: Juicy plums with a sweet biscuit finish. Ingredients: Rainforest Alliance Kenyan Purple Leaf Tea Origin: Kenya Caffeine Content: Med ... Read More
$14 / 50g
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Scottish Breakfast
Tasting Notes: Malty full-bodied character with bright flavour notes and hints of cask oakiness. A bracing Highlander’s cup of tea! Ingredients: Black tea. Origin:... Read More
$5.5 / 50g
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Vanilla Cream
Tasting Notes: A delicious synergy between excellent high grown tea, rich fresh vanilla, and a lovely cream character. Enjoy a cup of decadence. Ingredients: Luxury black tea, Sunflower + Calend... Read More
$7 / 50g