Single Origin Teas from some of the most renowned Tea Estates
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Borengajuli Estate produces the most fabulous teas. This 2nd Flush Assam is no exception and comes to you as fresh as the day it was plucked! Vacuumed packed on the estate the moment the tea leaves come out the sorter, the deep malted Assam flavour is...

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Grown on the south side of the Brahmaputra River near the remote region of Nagaland, Bukhial TGFOP Assam is a premium tea with a traditional leaf style. As rainfall is lower in this area, the bushes grow more slowly yielding outstanding crops that have...

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From one of the top Ceylon tea estates, this Courtlodge decaffeinated tea has a leaf style that retains its quality during the natural CO2 decaffeination process. A great tasting and satisfying tea we're sure you'll enjoy.

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Certain plots on the Kosabei estate share a similar ph level to traditional Sencha plots in Shizuoka, Japan. Bushes selected to grow in these areas flourish and by applying the Japanese process of steaming the leaf before production, the resultant tea is...

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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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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...

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Mim is grown in the Darjeeling area of Northern India. At such high altitudes, the tea bushes grow slowly and so production is limited, and thus these teas attract a higher value. Plucked during June when the 2nd flush growing season is at its peak, this...

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Hand plucked, the Darjeeling tea leaves are allowed to wither slowly to reduce their water content. After this process, they are then subjected to steam whereby even more water is then removed. Machine rolled, the leaves are then left to dry and produce...

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Often referred to as 'The Roof Top of the World' amongst stunning mountain scenery, Nepal also happens to produce some of the world's finest teas. Compared to and often preferred by professional tea tasters to the top Darjeelings, Nepal Junchi is an...

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The climate of Nilgiris enables tea to be produced throughout the year, however the best teas are produced during January and August. Niligri teas are similar to the better Ceylon teas but tend to have a more delicate flavour. Nonsuch is one of the...

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Rwanda Rukeri BP1 compares well to a full bodied Assam or Kenyan tea as it possesses hints of malt, molasses and wine together with a delicate astringency. A lovely tea, good for drinking with breakfast.

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A superb example of a 1st Flush Darjeeling brimming with the characteristic muscatel flavour. Grown in full view of the Himalayan Mountains, the Soom estate provides not just employment for over 700 people, but also provides housing, food and medical...

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From one of Sri Lanka's top estates, St Coombs FP is a fine example of the high quality tea that's produced during January to March. Monsoon rains, cool nights and dry periods all influence the growing of a large tea leaf with a high sap content. As FP...