100% BLACK TEA BLEND of four orthodox teas, to create a traditional yet more complex blend of these premium selections: desirable Yunnan & Keemum from China, bold Assam from India, and sweet Ceylon from Sri Lanka.
Compressed Hubei Black Tea Brick, known as Mǐ Zhūan Chá (米磚茶). The brick features Chinese markings on both sides, and scored to allow breaking into 16 equal sections. They make great decorative display gifts for the tea lover. Tea bricks were often used o
100% BLACK TEA from the Yunnan Province in southern China boardering Vietnam. Comprised of only the highest quality leaves and buds, mostly attached sets, rolled into a large pearl shape which unfurl while brewing. Subtle cocoa notes.
100% BLACK TEA, identified by its abundance of golden tips, and cocoa and black pepper note. It will not taste bitter when over-steeped. Creamy and sweet, with pleasant pepper notes becoming earthier and more layered as it cools.
Bold, brisk, powerful BLACK TEA from the Meleng Estate, Assam region of India. A burgundy-red liquor, smooth astringency, and malty with notes of raisin. It is quite traditional to take with milk and honey or sugar, since the tea stands up.
This WILD TONGMU JIN JUN MEI is a low production/small batch BLACK TEA acquired direct from producer located in the Zheng Yan Circle Mountain area, the highest quality zone where picturesque mountain cliffs, fertile Nine-Bend River and the mineral rich ro
100% ORGANIC BLACK TEA from the Monteviot Estate of eastern India. First flush (plucking) of 2016. Dark green leaf with silvery tips, green & floral scent, vibrant copper-colored cup, and fresh, tangy, flowery flavor.
100% BLACK TEA, identified by its abundance of golden tips, and cocoa and very slight black pepper note. It will not taste bitter when over-steeped. Creamy and sweet, with pleasant pepper notes becoming earthier and more layered as it cools.
100% BLACK TEA from Wuyisgan, China. Modern yet prestigious tea known as golden eyebrow, with slender twisted buds that produce a golden colored, sweet cup. A wonerful malty (like Guinness) aftertaste.