Myanmar black tea is hand-picked in the mountains of the Golden Triangle, at an altitude of 1800 metres. On the palate, it is a full-bodied, smooth tea with rich aromas.
Myanmar black tea
This powerful blend of black teas pays tribute to the Boston Tea Party of 1773, a defining event in the American Revolution. Ceylon tea brings body and intensity to the blend and is perfectly balanced by the round mouthfeel of Indian tea.
Blend of black teas
This black tea draws its richness from the fertile soils of Sri Lanka. Ceylon broken orange pekoe (B.O.P.) tea is a black tea which has broken leaves and a sustained flavour. Intense and full-bodied, it produces deliciously fruity and woody notes.
Ceylon black tea
Grown in the Yunnan region at 2500 meters, this outstanding black tea from China is known for its aroma. The heat and humidity of this geographical area give Grand Yunnan its light notes of damp earth and its subtle bitterness.
Black China tea
Red berry green tea with morsels of cherry, strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant is a fresh and delicious blend. Steeping it releases the tart and gourmet taste of red berries.
Green tea, flavourings, strawberries, raspberries, cherries, currants