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classic black teas
of all the teas, black tea has the strongest colour and flavour. black teas are fully fermented and contain more caffeine that works as a natural stimulant, they get you up, and get you going. black teas are most commonly drunk in the western world and can be accompanied with milk or a slice of lemon. all teas derive from the one plant camellia sinensis, therefore all variations are packed with the same health benefits.
black teas from the assam region of india are grown for intensity and strong flavour. 'assam' varieties are grown in a climate where its warm and wet, cradling the tea leaves in moisture as they grow. a malty, rich and stimulating morning tea with a lovely dark infusion. often enjoyed as a replacement for coffee with great health benefits.
ceylon orange pekoe
a highly aromatic tea with finely tart flavour from sir lanka. the amber coloured infusion is rich in extract with a mild delicate taste. a very elegant afternoon tea, and a traditional staple in many households for whenever a comforting cuppa is needed. to sip with or without milk and perfect with a slice of lemon. teas sharpen mental focus and concentration.
reigns as the 'champagne' of teas, has a lovely delicate, soft and tender taste. its popularity stems from its aromatic flavour and astringency. this distinctive tea cannot be grown or manufactured anywhere else in the world other than the darjeeling region, just as champagne is indigenous to the champagne district of france, so is ‘darjeeling’ tea to darjeeling.
a unique blend of the finest ceylon teas. a bright cup, fully rounded though distinctively brisk and fragrant. originally blended to complement the traditional hearty english breakfast, from which the name derives. this full bodied brew handles the addition of milk and sugar with grace. teas contain essential vitamins.
an exceptionally full-strength and harmonious, classic 'irish breakfast' tea. a unique blend of the finest assam and ceylon teas. fans of irish breakfast say that the robust flavour helps to revitalize them in the morning, making for a more productive and enjoyable day. tea is linked to lowering risk of stomach, colon & breast cancers.
loved for its strong and smoky flavour which is developed during the curing process. the leaves are pan-fried over aromatic open fires of pine, similar to the smell of a campfire. grown from the wuyi region of the chinese province of fijian. a great tea to drink with antipasto styled titbits. all teas help to boost your immune system.
today we are constantly battling the toxicity of our everyday environment and our potentially toxic laden food. drinking pu-erh tea helps eliminate free radicals within the body, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, fight cancer, weightloss, improve eyesight, promote blood circulation and possibly look a little younger. a tonic for the body! from the yunnan province of china a strong brew with earthy and smokey tones.
prince of wales
a superior blend of the finest quality keemun teas, with a sweet full china flavour. 'prince of wales' is of medium strength and is lovely when served as an afternoon tea with scones. the low caffeine in black tea promotes blood flow in the brain without overstimulating the heart and sharpens mental focus and concentration.
an exquisite blend of china keemun black leaf and lapsang souchong leaves. 'russian caravan' is a medium strong tea that has a smoky aroma and a hint of malt flavour. an legendary blend, it takes its name from the famous caravan routes adopted by journeymen traveling to russia. strong antioxidants in tea are anti-cancerous.
originally blended for the soft waters of scottland, our traditional scottish breakfast can be enjoyed wherever you live. a quality blend of sri lankan high grown pekoe teas, a good colour and flavour, which makes it perfect for serving at breakfast time. teas contain essential vitamins for everyday good health.