A rich and malty cup that combines the distinctive notes of select Indian, African and China black teas. Blended for milk. Very stimulating and perfect as morning tea to wake up your senses. A great power source to keep you going all day.
First flush Darjeeling from Castleton tea garden, a well-known tea estate in the Himalayan foothills of India. Light body and light golden liquor with a hint of astringency and sweet after taste. Perfect as an afternoon tea.
Premium Ceylon from Kenilworth, one of the most popular Sri Lanka's tea estates. Known for its flavorful and well-made orange pekoe teas. Great for breakfast or afternoon tea.
A decaffeinated version of traditional English breakfast that combines different black teas from the highlands of Ceylon. Great with or without milk. An excellent tea to start your day!
An all time traditional favorite blend of Ceylon black tea with bergamot flavoring. Simply outstanding!
A favorite blend of different black teas from the highlands of Ceylon with golden infusion and aromatic taste. Rich and flavorful. Great with or without milk. An excellent tea to start your day!
This strongest breakfast blend hails from the East Frisian Island of Germany. Malty and strong with a dark infusion. Traditionally drunk with sugar cubes and cream.
A fine Assam from Halmari Estate in India with flavorful whole leaves and lots of golden tips, an indication of premium quality from freshly plucked young leaves. A full bodied tea that produces a malty, sweet, and rich cup. Perfect as a morning beverage. Complemented well with milk.
A fine, well made black tea from Anhui province of China with rich bouquet of red wine, cocoa and orchid notes. Often times Keemun is also noted for the fruitiness of dried plum with hints of pine. Excellent with a splash of milk.
Chinese black tea smoked over a pinewood fire. Full body, mellow cup and strong smokey flavor.
An ancient and harmonious blend of premium black tea with a delicious mixture of grenadine and vanilla. This tea blend is used by monks of various religious backgrounds to increase their attention during long period of meditation. Sweet and toasty with a touch of dryness and a subtle bouquet.
A lighter blend than English Breakfast popularized by Queen Catherine who married to King Charles II in 1662. The blend features different Chinese black tea including Keemun.