The Irish are well known for their love of strong tea which sometimes may contain a dose of local whiskey!
Cultivated organically Keemum is one of the most popular teas grown in the Anhui province in Central China.
These teas are a speciality of Fujian Province in China.
A mild and faintly spicy blend of carefully selected Ceylon and Chinese black teas, further enriched with the rich sweetness of dried mango and the simple beauty of sunflower blossoms. The dark amber infusion offers an exotic experience for the senses.
Also known as Mei Gui Hong Cha, this Rose Tea is considered to be one of the classic scented Chinese teas.
The Russians have been drinking tea for hundreds of years and it is the second most popular non-alcoholic drink in Russia.
Smokey Earl Grey
Two of the classic flavourings for black tea come together in this intriguing blend.
Sweet Orange Tea
A delicious and refreshing tea – a blend of Chinese and Ceylon black tea is infused with orange blossoms leaves a lovely citrus tone in your mouth.
Vanilla Tea is a high-grade blend of aromatic and spicy Assam and Ceylon teas which provide a lovely depth to the brew.
Due to its geographical location and climate, Yunnan is often compared to Assam teas because it produces a similarly strong flavour.
Yunnan Old Tree
This stunning premium tea tea is made on Fenghuang (or ” Phoenix”) mountain, Guangdong, Chaozhou region.
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