A selection of the finest Black Teas from around the world

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Orange Pumpkins and Black Bats give some Autumn fun to our Halloween Spiced Chai. A delicious blend of high grown Ceylon tea, a twist of orange and warming spices make for a perfect brew. Enjoy as an infused black tea, or add warm milk (some like to boil...

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An exceptional high quality Keemun made during March and April when the leaves are at their best. A thick rich infusion that has an orchid like fragrance and wonderfully rich flavour explains how Imperial Keemun is classed as the third highest grade of...

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If you like to start your day with a good strong cup of tea, this Irish Breakfast tea is just what you're looking for! A combination of high quality teas from a 2nd Flush Assam and a February tea from Kenya ensures if you wait just long enough, your...

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Santosa is at the forefront of Indonesian tea production and this BOPS tea is a wonderful example. Produced during Java's peak growing season in August, the tea produces a light, malty and slightly floral cup - very typical of high quality Indonesian...

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Jun Chiyabari TGFOP is an excellent tea, comparable to the top Darjeelings. Whilst still possessing the Muscatel traits you'd expect, these are enhanced by softer notes of wheat and moss. An excellent bright tea, with good astringency.

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One of the best known China Black Teas, Keemun Gold when properly produced, is one of the finest teas in the world. Keemun black tea was only produced in China after 1875 and is one of the best-keeping black teas. With a wonderful winey and fruity depth...

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Kenya Kosabei is probably one of the finest teas produced in Kenya. Grown at high altitudes it has a classic Kenyan profile of being gentle and astringent yet with notes of malt, currant and moist earth. As a TGFOP, Kosabei is absolutely an outstanding...

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Lelsa is a sub district of one of the most finest tea estates in Kenya, Tinderet. Teas, As a regular prize winning tea estate, Lelsa pride themselves on teas that have a purity of flavour with a malty edge. This particular FBOP tea is no exception and...

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Kenya Milima is processed at the only factory in East Africa which produces the orthodox style leaf of black tea. During the cooler months of June and July when the bush growth is slow, the tea leaves develop the Milima distinctive floral character and...

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Take a sip and South Indian spices dance across your palate enhanced by this full bodied tea. Cardamom and ginger play a lively part in our Masala Chai which is superb with milk and sugar. Kuchipudi Masala Chai is also available in Pyramid Teabags

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A wonderful smooth and crisp tasting tea that produces an amazing aroma of smokey pine fires. An acquired taste for some, depending on your palate, but if you like Lapsang Souchong, we feel sure you'll enjoy this special tea from Fujian. Lapsang Souchong...

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Lemon Ginger Ceylon Tea has to be one of the most delightful experiences your taste buds can enjoy. The pairing of lemon and ginger flavours is of course no surprise, but here we take that synergy just a little further by adding premium, high quality tea...

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A truly delightful, medium bodied, flavoursome tea from one of the best tea gardens in Sri Lanka. Grown at high altitude amongst steep hills you can be sure of tasting a wonderful piquant cup with real Ceylon character. Lovers' Leap Tea is also available...

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A delicious iced Ceylon tea with an excellent, bright colour and flowery flavour. Each iced tea sachet contains enough fine cut Lovers' Leap to make 1.5 Litres and tastes delicious with a slice of lemon and sweetened to taste. Each pack contains 10 x...

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Quality over quantity is what you'll find from this Fair Trade tea estate. This exquisite BP1 is a fine example of Satemwa's quality. Full of malty notes and balanced astringency the cup provides a long finish - all things considered a superb tea!

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A distinctive 'muscatel' flavour, with hints of blackcurrants create an almost wine like taste. Often compared to the taste and fragrance of Muscat grape, Margaret's Hope makes a wonderful afternoon tea - great with scones and raspberry preserve!...