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Black tea is more oxidized than the green, oolong and white varieties; all four varieties are made from leaves of Camellia sinensis. Black tea is generally stronger in flavor and contains more caffeine than the less oxidized teas. In Chinese black tea is known as red tea; a more accurate description of the color of the liquid. In Chinese, "black tea" is a commonly used classification for post-fermented teas, such as Pu-erh tea. However, in the western world, "red tea" more commonly refers to South African rooibos tisane.

Brewing Instructions:

Generally a teaspoon of black tea per cup should be used. Black teas should be prepared with boiling water and steeped 3-4 minutes. Black teas that will be served with milk or lemon should be steeped a little longer, 4-5 minutes.

History:

While green tea usually loses its flavor within a year, black tea retains its flavor for several years. For this reason, it has long been an article of trade, and compressed bricks of black tea even served as a form of de facto currency in Mongolia, Tibet and Siberia into the 19th century. It was known since the Tang dynasty that black tea steeped in hot water could also serve as a passable cloth dye for the lower classes that couldn't afford the better quality clothing colors of the time. However, far from being a mark of shame, the "brown star" mark of the dying process was seen as much better than plain cloth and held some importance as a mark of the lower merchant classes through the Ming Dynasty. Traditionally, black tea was the only tea known to Western culture. Although green tea has been gradually increasing in popularity, black tea still accounts for over ninety percent of all tea sold in the West.

Health Benefits:

A 2001 Boston University study has concluded that short and long-term black tea consumption reverses endothelial vasomotor dysfunction in patients with coronary artery disease. This finding may partly explain the association between tea intake and decreased cardiovascular disease events. In 2006, a German study concluded that the addition of milk prevents vascular protective effects of tea.

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Cream Earl Grey, a luxurious take on the classic Earl Grey, enhanced with delicate notes of cream. For Earl Grey enthusiasts who have yet to try this delightful variation, a pleasant surprise awaits. The smooth, velvety vanilla undertones perfectly complement the premium bergamot essence, which defines the iconic Earl Grey flavor. Indulge in this refined tea for a truly exceptional experience.
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This delightful blend unites both black and green tea leaves with intoxicating notes of jasmine flower and round, smooth cream notes.
Thumbnail of Russian Caravan | Organic
A classic black tea smoked over a fire and made with a blend of Keemun, Lapsang, Yunnan and Assam teas. This tea is not for everyone, but those who have found a love for it will accept no substitute. It is also lower in caffeine then other black teas.
Thumbnail of Coconut Dream | Organic
A full bodied tea that complements the coconut beautifully. A little milk helps bring out the coconut flavor.
Thumbnail of Rosie Earl Grey
An intriguing twist to traditional Earl Grey. Rose petals make a striking visual display and add an interesting delicious floral note to the rich black tea and citrus.
Thumbnail of Masala Chai | Organic
Masala Chai is a flavorful tea that captures the essence of traditional Indian flavors, literally translated as "Spiced Tea". With countless variations of recipes, our classic blend is carefully crafted in-house to offer a spicy, full-bodied experience that engages the senses.
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This blend brews very sweet even though no sugar is added. A cinnamon lover's dream come true. A combination of hearty Chinese and Indian black tea and invigorating cinnamon.
Thumbnail of Canadian Breakfast | Organic
A superb fresh morning tea. Malty notes from the Assam, flower-like hints from the Kenya with delicate wisps of oiliness from Anhui. This tea has been specifically blended to be used with a variety of water types, and conditions.
Thumbnail of Irish Breakfast | Organic
This orange pekoe Irish Breakfast is made from a blend of Indian and Chinese teas. Unlike many lesser Irish Breakfasts, our blend has whole leaves and includes golden tips. Sweet aroma with a brisk aftertaste, this tea really shines with milk and sugar.
Thumbnail of Earl Grey | Organic
A timeless blend crafted to delight the most discerning Earl Grey tea enthusiasts. Combining the robust flavors of premium black tea with the fragrant essence of bergamot, this tea delivers a truly unforgettable taste experience. Our 100% natural Earl Grey is made without chemicals or pesticides, ensuring every sip offers an authentic, unadulterated sensory delight.
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Whole leaf black tea. A sweet and fruity blend of Indian, Ceylon, and Chinese teas. With a light body this tea is substantial enough to add milk and sugar; however, it can also be enjoyed without adding anything.
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This tea is like a proper Highlander, robust, malty (not unlike a good Scotch) and full of life and vigor. Highlanders liked their tea very strong and insisted on hints of cask oak to remind them of their clan's own special elixir, single malt Scotch. Our Scottish breakfast has some CTC grade tea, this allows the tea to brew strong and quickly. Look for the small pellets in the picture. This tea is dry compared to an 'English breakfast' and is absent of the sweetness. Best when served with milk and sugar.
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A delicious combination of excellent high grown tea, rich fresh vanilla, and a lovely cream character. This tea is designed for special occasions, as well as being a dessert tea, but most drink it all the time because its taste is so delectable.
Thumbnail of Smoky Earl Grey | Organic
Discover the allure of Smoky Earl Grey, an innovative reinterpretation of the classic Earl Grey that seamlessly fuses the bold, smoky essence of Chinese Lapsang Souchong with the vibrant citrus notes of bergamot. This extraordinary blend offers a captivating flavor journey, as the rich, earthy undertones of Lapsang Souchong harmonize with the bright, zesty character of bergamot, creating a symphony of tastes that dance on your palate.
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Experience the timeless and sophisticated flavors of this Earl Grey as the rose petals, lavender, and rosemary create a unique and delightful taste. Perfect for a cozy afternoon with friends or a peaceful moment of solitude, Vintage Earl Grey will bring a sense of warmth and comfort to your cup. Enjoy the subtle notes of citrus and floral, and let the aroma of this exquisite blend transport you to a place of relaxation and joy.
Thumbnail of Yunnan Gold | Organic
This Yunnan black (Dianhong) tea is a type of Chinese black tea, and is a high end gourmet black tea. When viewed from a distance, the golden tips appear bright orange in colour. The tea liquor is bright red in colour and exhibits a gentle aroma and a sweet taste.

The main difference between Dianhong and other Chinese black teas is the amount of fine leaf buds, or "golden tips," present in the dried tea.

Thumbnail of Casablanca | Organic
A pleasing blend of black tea, green tea and mint with a whiff of bergamot that is similar to our Moroccan Mint but with a bit of citrus. Sweet and pungent, a bracing tea to be drunk hot, iced, alone or with sugar.
Thumbnail of Kama Sutra Chai
The Kama Sutra is a book on the science of love - Kama translates as desire, and Sutra means manual. In the spirit of sensuousness and discovery offered by the ancient text we offer this fabulous tea - a real mélange a spice and floral notes.
Thumbnail of Peach Apricot Black | Organic
A flavory and tasty combination of mellow peaches with deep full flavored apricots. Makes an absolutely tremendous iced tea.
Thumbnail of Grand Keemun | Organic
Keemun is a distinctive tea: deep yet not heavy and bright but not astringent. Notes of cocoa, toast, and sweet earth give way to a ripe, plum-like middle with hints of orchid and a twist of smoke.
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Graded STGFOP (Special Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe), this tea has the highest proportion of tips. The "special" means it also uses the highest quality leaves in that classification.

Thumbnail of Chocolate Mint Black | Organic
A perfect dessert tea with fresh lovely mint combined with full flavored chocolate and black tea. If you want a something without sugar, try this, a chocoholic favorite!
Thumbnail of Monk's Grenadine Blend | Organic
Medium bodied and flavorful. Blended with natural oils of vanilla and grenadine, which impart a smooth and unique heavenly flavor.
Thumbnail of Royal Yunnan | Organic
Excellent fullness with subtle China sweetness. Only produced during March and April, when the mountain air is moist and cool.
Thumbnail of Vietnam Black | Organic
A relative new comer to the international tea world, Vietnam Black holds up to its name brewing up as a deep, dark mahogany color and bold and robust on the palate. Flavor profile is woodsy with lingering malty qualities and a sweet, smooth finish. A solid, black tea that is quite enjoyable on its own but takes milk and sugar quite well. This tea may give Assam tea new competition for space on your counter!
Thumbnail of Persian Tea | Organic
This tea is inspired by the palate preferences of Persia. The citrus flavor of bergamot is lightly blended with crushed spicy cardamom giving a unique taste your sure to enjoy. Takes milk and sugar beautifully.
Thumbnail of Lapsang Souchong | Organic
Lapsang souchong is a black tea originally from the Mount Wuyi area in the Fujian province of China. The tea leaves have been withered over pine or cedar fires, pan-fired, rolled and oxidized before being fully dried in bamboo baskets over burning pine. The result is a smoky, robust tea with an overriding scent and flavor of wood smoke, which dominates the flavor of the black tea itself.
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Kenyan black tea is rich and smooth. Often it is used as a filler for other more expensive teas. However this one is specifically made to be drunk by itself.
$3.25 Kenyan Lelsa
Thumbnail of Night of the Iguana Chai
To honor the complex themes of The Night of the Iguana, this is an equally complex chai. A full-bodied black Assam imparts the chai with a wonderful depth. Next, white chocolate, caramel, and a heady blend of spices from the Malabar Coast of India were added to the mix - sharp ginger, cardamom, coriander, cinnamon, cloves, and black pepper.
Thumbnail of Insta Black Tea | Masala Chai
This Insta-Chai is an exotic blend of tea, spices, sugar, and milk. Blended to taste like a chai you would find served by the road-side tea stalls found in EVERY city/town/village in India. Just add a cup of hot water to 2 tablespoons of mix and stir.
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This French blend has a bright coppery color and Ooh-la-la floral notes from "creme de la vanille", Jasmine and Lavender, deliciously blended with flavorful Ceylon's, pungent Assam's, and malty Kenya's. Truly a unique and wonderful tea.
$3.25 French Blend
Thumbnail of Monk's Blend | Organic
This combination of various subtle flavors makes a unique blend of robust black teas. With a slight vegetal aroma, this tea can be combined with milk, or enjoyed on its own. Monk's Blend is often drunk before, after, or as a break from long periods of meditation to refresh the senses.
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A summertime favorite, particularly over ice. This tea blend is similar to Lady Londonderry but without the lemon.
Thumbnail of Pumpkin Spice
A medium black tea that sings the notes of crisp autumn days filled with good company around the fireplace. Perfect with honey, milk and/or sugar.
Thumbnail of Honey Black Tea | Organic
Blending organic black tea with bee pollen and an extra kick of natural honey flavor gives this tea the unique taste of honey and tea without the extra sugar.
Thumbnail of Rajasthani Chai
This chai blend has everything but the kitchen sink!
Thumbnail of Crimson Ceylon | Organic
This tea has recently changed. The picture is of the tea we had before. This tea has smaller leaves, Updated Picture coming soon..
A blend of Ceylon teas. Grade FBOP.
Thumbnail of New Mexico Breakfast Blend | Organic
This blend of pure black tea resonates with the waters of the land and says, "Good Morning!" in a cup. Or "Hello Evening! We're going to be working late together," for those days you just need to hustle. Blended specifically to work well with New Mexico tap water, but is also a beautifully blended breakfast tea with any water. Flavor notes are subtle and sweet, and still come through with subsequent steepings. Enjoy with milk and cream or chilled as an iced tea.
Thumbnail of First Flush Darjeeling | Organic
First Flush means that this tea was picked in March. It has a light vegetal taste that all first flush Darjeelings share. A tea for all occasions, though typically enjoyed without cream or sugar.
Thumbnail of Nilgiri Indigo | Organic
Nilgiri tea is a dark, intensely aromatic and flavorful tea grown in the southern portion of the Western Ghats mountains of Southern India.
Thumbnail of Blackberry Sage | Organic
Sweet and berry best with flowery undertones describes this tea. Try it with a touch of honey for a special treat, or serve with milk and sugar for a classic taste.
Thumbnail of Huckleberry Black
The huckleberry is a flavorful wild berry and the flavor is paired here with a black tea.
Thumbnail of Cardamom Black | Organic
Nilgiri black tea perfectly compliments the candy-like spice character of the cardamom. We blend this tea in house to be extra spicy with cardamom flavor (By gently grinding and breaking open the pods).

Once a cardamom pod is broken open it starts to loose flavor, because of this we only blend this tea in small batches ensuring optimal freshness when it arrives to you!
Thumbnail of Tropical Gold | Organic
A passion fruit flavored black tea. It has a musky guava-like character with a slightly acidic profile ranging from sweet to tart depending on the time picked. This profile makes it a perfect match with the astringency of our Ceylon tea. Fantastic hot or cold, this is one tea you'll want to savor again and again.
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The sweetness of sarsaparilla is evenly balanced with the tart fruit of the cherry to perfection, making this tea a great party drink, hot or iced!
Thumbnail of Sandia Spice
A special drink, which will rejuvenate your senses. The fragrant aroma of orange is accompanied by a light citrus and cinnamon taste that will warm up the coldest of winter nights or enhance an exotic tropical evening.

This tea also makes a nice morning energizer, or an afternoon pick me up, being tangy and vibrant. With ice this tea is a refreshing drink, with a refreshing combination of flavor and fragrance.

$3.75 Sandia Spice
Thumbnail of Royal Bengal Tiger
This tea has a slightly fruity and sweet taste of papaya and mango. Delicious iced!
Thumbnail of Vanilla Earl Grey | Organic
Organic Vanilla Earl Grey is generous on the vanilla, with delightful highlights of bergamot. Rich, smooth, and delectable, whether served as is, or with cream/sugar.
Thumbnail of Nepali Noir | Organic
This premium black tea produced at Kanchanjangha Tea Estate has a distinct brisk flavor, with a malty body and notes of raisins and dark chocolate. Grown in the Himalayas, the aromas of fresh fruit and flowers with hints of caramel are enhanced by the high-elevation growing conditions.

Thumbnail of Black Licorice | Organic
Do you long for the dark licorice candy of yesteryear? The type made by hand, that is not too sweet and full of flavor? Whilst we do not sell the candy, here is the next best thing! This tea has the joy of your childhood memories in a warm cup. No added sugars means you can enjoy this tea throughout the day.
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ETA: late November/early December

Excellent fullness with subtle China sweetness.

Thumbnail of Sweet Souchong | Organic
This Sweet Souchong is a sweeter, less smokey version of our traditional lapsang souchong, a black tea originally from the Mount Wuyi area in the Fujian province of China. The tea leaves have been withered over pine or cedar fires, pan-fired, rolled and oxidized before being fully dried in bamboo baskets over burning pine. It is a great introduction to smoked teas without being overwhelmed by campfire taste.
Thumbnail of Mango Mist | Organic
Fresh, piquant mango character with memories of happy days in the sun. Stunning over ice.
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Assam black tea from the Harmutty Estate, graded as STGFOP-S, represents an exceptional tea with a rich, malty flavor, abundant golden tips, and larger, elegant leaves.
$4.50 Golden Assam
Thumbnail of Nilgiri Iced Tea Blend
This tea is specially blended to make great iced tea. It is rich and smooth while not becoming cloudy when chilling.
Thumbnail of Assam Breakfast | Organic
A new, classic Assam blend from multiple estate teas with a traditional leaf style. Produced during June this tea embodies all the flavor and strength you expect from a top Assam estate. This is a great breakfast tea that is best drunk with milk or even cream.

Note: This tea is no longer Golden Assam, as there are no golden tips in this tea blend.

Thumbnail of Darjeeling Crescendo | Organic
Made in the late summer months from July to September when the estate is in full production with perfect weather conditions. This particular harvest tastes as fresh as the forest floor after a refreshing rainstorm. Fair warning, this tea can have a bit of a bite if steeped longer than five minutes but pleasant when cooled! The flavour can also be complimented with a dash of milk or sugar unlike Darjeeling Teas from most other seasons which are best enjoyed pure.
Thumbnail of Assam CTC | Organic
Crush, Tear, and Curl is a method of processing black tea. However instead of the leaves being rolled at a final stage (as a orthodox Assam is), they are passed through a series of cylindrical rollers with hundreds of small sharp "teeth" that crush, tear, and curl the tea. This process removes many of the more tannic parts of the plant, and therefore is great for boiling in water or milk for making chai.
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Blood Orange black was inspired by our most popular blend, blood orange rooibos. It has a similar flavor of citrus orange with a light vanilla undertone, however because it uses black tea as a base, you also get a nice caffeine kick.
Thumbnail of Darjeeling Second Flush
Plucked in the early summer months of May and June, this stylishly rolled leaf is made from select shoots that draw their succulence from the late spring showers. The cup is clear amber, yet full bodied with an excellent flowery nose. The flavor of the tea is mature in comparison to the First Flush. In taste it has a complex layer of maltiness with musk and nutty undertones.
Thumbnail of Ginger Black | Organic
Spice ginger is lightly tempered by a smooth black tea base.
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Black Currant is also known as Cassis. It is both a propagated and wild grown berry which some claim originated in France. Cassis is a very popular beverage throughout Europe, known for being aromatic in smell and in taste. This particular aspect of Black Currant is very evident on this tea. Ideal as an iced tea to be drunk by the pool on a hot summer's day or hot on a crisp winter afternoon.
Thumbnail of Chocolate Earl Grey | Organic
Indulge in the luxurious experience of Chocolate Earl Grey, a sophisticated take on the beloved British tea classic that masterfully marries the boldness of black tea with the fragrant allure of Italian bergamot, enveloped in the sumptuous embrace of chocolate notes.
Thumbnail of Decaf Breakfast | Organic
Black tea from India, decaffeinated using a superior CO-2 process. Note that using more leaves per cup is a common approach when brewing decaffeinated teas, as they do brew a little lighter.
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A fun blend of caramel, apples, and spices that recall the enjoyment of a county fair or autumn harvest.
Thumbnail of Thai Zinger | Organic
Excellent fullness with subtle Thai sweetness balanced with tart hibiscus, bright lemongrass and lemon peel and rounded with a dash of cinnamon. Just what the doctor ordered for a great summer refreshment!
Thumbnail of Decaf Chai | Organic
The same great spice taste of our Masala chai, but made with a decaffeinated black tea from Ceylon. To get the best taste, we recommend twice the usual serving of tea, 2 tsp, as decaffeinated teas do tend to be milder.
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Looking for a great tea to get your friends hooked on tea? Look no further than the Friendship Blend! With the base at only half black tea, this tea can be enjoyed all day for a light caffeine boost. The fruity notes of the blend mellow out over the cup, leaving a slightly spicy linger to finish.
Thumbnail of Mediterranean Mint | Organic
A bright black tea boosted by a cool, refreshing mint medley.
Thumbnail of Assam Broken Leaf | Organic
Broken-leaf Assam teas tend to have a full body and brew quickly, therefore are excellent with milk and sugar. This tea makes a good every day tea because it is inexpensive, and yet still flavorful.
Thumbnail of Black Cranberry | Organic
Full flavored with a saucy cranberry character. Enjoy this tea iced with real cranberry garnish, or hot with milk and sugar.
Thumbnail of Wild Blackberry | Organic
Sweet and berry best describes this tea. Try it with a touch of honey for a special treat, or serve with milk and sugar for a classic taste.
Thumbnail of Chocolate Black Tea | Organic
A perfect dessert tea with full flavored chocolate chips and black tea. If you want a something without sugar, try this, a chocoholic favorite!
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Thumbnail of Tanzania Black | Organic
The soil conditions and altitude in the Usambara Mountain estate combine to give this Assamese varietal distinctive fruit notes in compliment to the traditional malted flavor profile.
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This beautiful decaffeinated black offers a true malty flavor, with brassy highlights. Brews thick and full-bodied in the preference and style of Ireland. Grown in rich volcanic soil in the high-altitude of Nandi Hills in Kenya. Certified by Ethical Tea Partnerships.

Note that using a more leaves per cup is a common approach when brewing decaffeinated teas, as they do brew a little lighter.

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For a decaf, this cup is decidedly self-assured with floral notes, medium body, balanced astringency, and a long finish. Enjoy as is, hot or iced, or compliment with milk.

Note that using a more leaves per cup is a common approach when brewing decaffeinated teas, as they do brew a little lighter.

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Smoked black tea sings with chocolate and cinnamon!
Thumbnail of Decaf Raspberry
This rich and fruity blend is perfect for drinking too much iced tea on a hot afternoon, or, brewed hot for a bold and satisfying treat without the caffeine. Takes cream nicely if you desire a berries and cream experience!

Note that using a more leaves per cup is a common approach when brewing decaffeinated teas, as they do brew a little lighter.

Thumbnail of Yunnan Black Snail
A bold-leaf Yunnan varietal with smooth cocoa notes and hints of plum and spice. The dry leaves are tightly rolled into a spiral snail shape, dark in color, with golden tip accents. Named for the twisted shape of the finished leaves - fancifully reminiscent of snail shells. The brew is moderately hearty in a longer infusion or can be reinfused about three times with briefer steeps.
Thumbnail of Insta Black Tea | Vanilla
Rich, decadent, and EASY! Just like hot cocoa, this Insta-Vanilla Tea is a great way to enjoy tea on the go. Brew it hot or cold! No need to worry about steep time; just scoop 2 tablespoons of the powder, add a cup of hot water, stir and you instantly have a great cup of pre-sweetened Vanilla Black Tea.
Thumbnail of Wakoucha Japanese Black | Organic
Organic Wakoucha is a stunning demonstration of rare Japanese black teas. It has a clean amber red hue when brewed, and the aroma is malty-sweet and floral. It has a prominent juicy sweetness with notes of chrysanthemum and clove and leaves a lingering honeyed floral finish.
Thumbnail of Sourenee Estate | 3rd Flush Darjeeling - Organic
Floral aromatics with bright pepper and alpine notes and deep undertones of nuts, musk and malt.
Thumbnail of Black Fusion | Organic
Plucked in the early summer months of May and June, this stylishly rolled leaf is made from select shoots that draw their succulence from the late spring showers. The cup is clear amber, yet full bodied with an excellent flowery nose. The flavor of the tea is mature in comparison to the First Flush. In taste it has a complex layer of maltiness with musk and nutty undertones.
Thumbnail of Okayti Estate | 1st Flush Darjeeling - Organic
The newest spring growth is reserved for first-pick Darjeeling. The gorgeous full leaves from Okayti Estate are a perfect example of first-flush: a deep flavor of muscatel with floral high notes and a crisp mineral finish.
Thumbnail of Giddapahar Estate | 2nd Flush Darjeeling
A rich, more mature flavor begins to develop in Darjeeling teas as the growing season progresses. Alpine briskness gives way to smooth and complex notes of nuts and malt, while the wonderful floral bouquet that is quintessential to Darjeeling remains.
Thumbnail of Makaibari Estate | 4th Flush Darjeeling - Organic
Made in the late summer months from July to September when the estate is in full production with perfect weather conditions. This particular harvest tastes as fresh as the forest floor after a refreshing rainstorm. Fair warning, this tea can have a bit of a bite if steeped longer than five minutes but pleasant when cooled! The flavour can also be complimented with a dash of milk or sugar unlike Darjeeling Teas from most other seasons which are best enjoyed pure.
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So much decadence, but without the caffeine! This beautiful brew is smooth and sweet, with a medium body.

Note that using a more leaves per cup is a common approach when brewing decaffeinated teas, as they do brew a little lighter.

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A warm, nutty tea with a hint of sweetness.
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Thumbnail of Golden Orchard | Organic
Turmeric root compliments rich black tea, juicy apricot and peach. Highlighted with other warming spices.
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Deep and jammy, Mulberry Black tea evokes summer foraging and home-made goodies
Thumbnail of Decaf Cream Earl Grey
Bergamot and Vanilla notes beguile with black tea from India, which has been decaffeinated using a superior CO-2 process.

Note that using a more leaves per cup is a common approach when brewing decaffeinated teas, as they do brew a little lighter.

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Courtlodge is a highly regarded Ceylon estate, and this Co2 decaffeinated Flowery Pekoe black tea retains its distinction and quality. Lovely alone, hot or iced, or with cream/sugar to taste.
$4.50 Decaf Ceylon
Thumbnail of Blueberry Black | Organic
Top-quality Organic Ceylon black tea is beautifully complimented by the flavor of fresh wild blueberries.
Thumbnail of Insta Black Tea | Ginger
Spicy, decadent, and EASY! Just like hot cocoa, this Insta-Ginger Chai is a great way to enjoy Ginger Chai on the go. Brew it hot or cold! No need to worry about steep time; just scoop 2 tablespoons of the powder, add a cup of hot water, stir and you instantly have a great cup of pre-sweetened Ginger Chai.
Thumbnail of Insta Black Tea | Cardamom
Spicy, decadent, and EASY! Just like hot cocoa, this Insta-Cardamom Chai is a great way to enjoy chai on the go. Brew it hot or cold! No need to worry about steep time; just scoop 2 tablespoons of the powder, add a cup of hot water, stir and you instantly have a great cup of pre-sweetened Cardamom Chai.
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This classic afternoon tea has hints of strawberry with lemon overtones. One of our most requested teas for tea parties.
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The bees and the flowers work in harmony to create this beautiful floral blend that sings of fields of rose bushes sweetened with a hint of honey. Not too floral and not too sweet; just the right blend for an afternoon treat!
$3.75 India Rose
Thumbnail of Insta Black Tea | Turmeric Chai
Just like hot cocoa, this Insta-Turmeric Chai is a great way to enjoy Turmeric Chai on the go. Brew it hot or cold! No need to worry about steep time; just scoop 2 tablespoons of the powder, add a cup of hot water, stir and you instantly have a great cup of pre-sweetened Turmeric Chai.
Thumbnail of Vanilla Chai | Organic
Indian chai is typically made using a rich black tea, usually an Assam, and brewing it in heavy milk with cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and pepper. The drink produces a warm soothing effect and engenders a wonderfully calming effect on the body. Vanilla adds a hint of creaminess - a fantastic addition. Brew this tea piping hot and scoop in some sugar to help open up the exotic flavor of this spicy blend. Just try and stop after one cup!
Thumbnail of Wild Thai Black | Organic
Excellent fullness with subtle Thai sweetness.
Thumbnail of Tropical Paradise | Organic
If you love tropical drinks but still want a bit of caffeine, this is the drink for you. Make it a party favorite as a cold steep concentrate blended with spritzer to beat those long, hot days. (Also delicious as a hot brew.)
Thumbnail of First Flush Darjeeling - Moonshine
First Flush means that this tea was picked in March. It has a light vegetal taste that all first flush Darjeelings share. A tea for all occasions, though typically enjoyed without cream or sugar.
Thumbnail of Iced Passion
This tea is specially blended to make great iced tea. It is rich and smooth while not becoming cloudy when chilling. The fruit blend is a gorgeous smell that immediately whisks you off to warm island beaches, whilst the tea will keep you refreshed.
$3.75 Iced Passion
Thumbnail of Black Ginger Orange Peach
For those that love our Ginger Orange Peach White tea but need more caffeine, this tea is the perfect compliment! The ginger root and black tea make a nice balance to the fruity orange and peach flavors. Great hot or iced and lovely with a little bit of honey.
Thumbnail of Decaf Earl Grey | Organic
Exquisite Earl Grey without the caffeine, which has been removed using a CO-2 process. Note that using a more leaves per cup is a common approach when brewing decaffeinated teas, as they do brew a little lighter.