Black tea originated from China and it is a fully oxidised type of tea, which results in its distinct and bold range of flavours and aromas. It is currently the most popular type of tea in the West, with varieties ranging from the classics such as Earl Grey and English Breakfast to the more special fusion blends and premium single estate teas.
Although the production process varies from region to region, the traditional method involves plucking of the leaves and withering, followed by rolling which causes the leaves to bruise and triggers the oxidation process, and finally drying with heat to end the process.
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.
This is a delicious fusion of Pu Erh tea, ginger and lavender and when combined it creates an earthy, spicy blend with touches of floral notes.
Dan Cong Golden Stem
This stunning premium tea is made on Fenghuang (or “Phoenix”) mountain, Guangdong, Chaozhou region.
Darjeeling Jungpana Supreme 2nd Flush
Jungpana is a tiny, beautiful and renowned garden nestled in the hills of the Kurseong Valley, Darjeeling, India.
Yunnan Old Tree
This stunning premium tea tea is made on Fenghuang (or ” Phoenix”) mountain, Guangdong, Chaozhou region.