Black teas are fully fermented and vary in appearance from a broken to a long black leaf, resulting in a golden-brown to dark liquor which varies in strength and flavour.
Produced in various countries around the world black tea was first classified by their country of origin. However, over time they discovered this was not adequate in describing the flavour or strength of the various teas produced. That is why the classification process now takes into account the fermentation, manufacturing process and the 'grade' of the tea, which is determined by the size and form of the leaves - whole, broken, buds etc. Generally, the more cut, torn or crushed a tea leaf is the stronger the flavour of the black tea. To read on click here.
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Strong, classic blend of Ceylon teas
Our Signature Blend' - A sweet delight of orange, vanilla, apricot & flowers
Fruity Blend - bergamot with mango & apricot
Traditional strong malty blend of Assam leaves
A dark, malty and strong broken leaf tea.
Flavours of vanilla & caramel with a creamy finish
Similar to Lady Grey - lemon & jasmine twist
Earl Grey blended with pear flavouring to make a delicious sweet treat
Mild to medium strength with an earthy flavour
Pure vanilla bean pieces are used to create a lovely vanilla tea
Flavours of a marzipan iced fruit cake
First Flush Darjeeling - Single Estate - premium, light & delicate
Rich and piquant like spiced mulled wine
A sweet & delicious blend of caramel, vanilla and apricot
A full bodied tea complemented with the subtle sweetness of vanilla
For liquorice lovers
This is an organic, full bodied malty brew.
Premium Assam - Lots of golden tips provide a soft and smooth finish
Warming and sweet, a spiced fruit treat
The original bergamot blend
A sweet blend of fragrant flowers
Dark leaves with a smoky aroma & taste
A Chinese tea smoked over pine - Smoky flavours
Bright tasting, medium strength Orange Pekoe