Black tea is a "true" tea made from leaves more heavily oxidized than the white, green, and oolong varieties. It is generally stronger in flavor and contains more caffeine than more lightly oxidized teas. Black tea tends to preserve its flavor for several years unlike green tea and therefore blends and mixes well with various plants in order to obtain a variety of flavors.
A Halmari Estate Assam Tippy with a plentiful of golden tips creating a malty yet sweet cup.
An assortment of 7 of our best selling loose black teas and best brewing accessory
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A long twisted tender leave and the Pekoe buds leave a slight floral aroma - great with a pinch of sugar.
A Chinca specialty from Fujian province. A smoky flavored pure black tea.
The robust Irish Breakfast tea offer a fruity, plum-like cup with deep mahogany liquor color.
A favorite of connoisseurs, Darjeeling is a high mountain tea origin located in the North Indian Himalayas.
Keemun tea is a crisp black tea with slight hints of pine and smoky flavor that is often used in English breakfast teas.
An assortment of 7 of our best selling Organic loose teas and best brewing accessory
Yunnan tea is a high end Chinese black tea with golden buds. This tea brews a bright amber color liquor that has a smooth, sweet honey flavor with elegant flowery aroma.
A lovely, light, black tea with hints of peach that opens up after infused. Makes 3 brews per flower.
Enjoy our version of a chai darjeeling with large pink peppercorns.
A tea experience for 6 or 12 months of our best selling loose teas.
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