Also known as the ‘High Noon’ tea, it has a particularly lovely aromatic, flowery taste. This tea is blended with long leaves from Darjeeling and Ceylon and is ideal with scones and cakes.
Anji Bai Cha
This premium, delicate early spring green tea has a unique shape like a pine needle with a very pale green color reminiscent of soft green jade.
Assam Bargang tea comes from an estate located on the north banks of the Brahmaputra river in the Sonipur district in Northern India. The leaves are broken, which helps to give it a strong and creamy infusion, which is perfect for those looking for a more powerful Assam brew.
This second flush tea reflects the nicer things in life as it contains wonderful long leaves with many golden tips which impart a certain quality and smoothness to its brew. This tea is grown at a high altitude in the Dibrugarh district in Assam, Northern India and produces a robust and malty flavour.
A full bodied Ceylon black tea with spicy undertones, which has retained its character by a flavour protecting CO2 decaffeinating method. This tea is ideal for those who want to omit caffeine in their diet or to enjoy a delicious cup of tea at night without disrupting sleep.
A rare green tea, this Ceylon tea originates from the Indulgashina gardens in Sri Lanka, which is ranked highly for offering the finest organic green teas. This tea shimmers in many shades of green, with long, slightly needle-like leaves. It has a bright green infusion and leaves you with a lightly flowery and sweet taste.
This Sri Lankan tea estate was created in 1947 by an English pioneer who named it after the famous Kenilworth castle in Warwickshire, England. This particular estate produces one of the highest quality teas in Sri Lanka with beautiful black leaves. The full-bodied infusion is a dark-red with an earthy, spicy flavour.
Also known as the “Temple of Heaven”, this variety of gunpowder tea is one of the more popular green teas in China, especially in the eastern provinces.
China Milky Oolong
This award winning oolong tea has a delicious and distinctive flavour with vanilla undertones. This extraordinary tea is characterised by a milky and smooth infusion and is a true delight to all the senses.
China Pai Mu Tan
Also known as White Peony, this Chinese white tea from the Fujian province is well-known for its delicate and refreshing flavour.
China White Hair
This wonderful green tea is grown in high mountain tea estates where the gardens are covered by thick fog most of the year.
Dan Cong Golden Stem
This stunning premium tea is made on Fenghuang (or “Phoenix”) mountain, Guangdong, Chaozhou region.
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