Tag Archives: black tea

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The Age of Sail: Port of Kolkata | The East India Company & Chai

Want to know why we named our spiciest bergamot blend, ‘East India Earl Grey’? Make yourself a cuppa and prepare for a very long answer in our latest Tea Journal entry all about the British East India Company and chai.

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Monk Tea: A bergamot & pear delight

Bosc, Bartlett, Concord, Nashi, D’Anjou…there are almost enough varieties of pears to rival tea! A homage to one of our favourite seasonal fruits and the history of tea alike, this week’s Tea Journal entry is all about Monk tea.

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What is special about Assam tea?

Did you know that Assam in India is the world’s biggest producer of black tea? The Tea Centre takes a deep dive into our most premium Assam teas & what make them so special in our latest Tea Journal entry.