When thinking to drink a good, everyday black tea from China. Nothing beats this Golden Monkey. Each leaf is hand-picked during the early spring season, carefully picking only one leaf and one bud. A hint of spice notes with smooth and creamy sweet cocoa. A rich texture, malty and slightly roasted black tea. this tea at 205 Fahrenheit to bring out the
Origin: Fujian, China
Notes: Cocoa, Malt, Roasted Apple
Golden-Tip Assam Black Tea
Pure Assam leaves from Northern India. If you like a robust and malty character with your tea, this traditional golden-tips leaves is the top of its class.
Origin: Hunwai Estate, Assam, India
Taiwanese Jade Mountain Black
Sweet and peppery! This black tea does not get bitter so easily even after a strong brew. Well-balance tea, that has a long and sweet molasses after-taste.
Origin: Yu Shan, Taiwan
2019 Ali Shan Black Tea
A rare black tea from Ali Shan! Ali Shan is famous for its oolong. This particular black tea has higher oxidation than the oolong. Sometimes also called as a red oolong. As a result of where it's from, you'll taste the sweet fruity note, but also get a malty under-tone with it. The flavor is smooth and easy to drink. Aftertaste has a nice, clean, mouthwatering feeling that you don't normally get from Indian black tea.
Origin: Ali Shan, Taiwan
Notes: Malt, Honey, Caramel
Wild Non-Smoked Lapsang Souchong
This black tea is the most popular black tea in our entire black tea collection. This is not the typical, more popular pine-wood smoked Lapsang Souchong. You can brew this tea with lower temperature and you will get a nice, clean and fruity black tea. Or you can brew this tea stronger and you can almost like biting into an 80% dark chocolate. Great iced or hot, with or without milk. Mild in flavors compare to a most black tea from India.
The most popular of our entire black tea collection. This is not the typical, pinewood-smoked Lapsang Souchong that enjoys such popularity. You can brew this tea at a lower temperature and get a nice, clean and fruity black tea. Or you can brew this tea stronger and get such a rich flavor that it's almost like biting into 80% dark chocolate. Great iced or hot, with or without milk. Mild in flavor, compared to most black teas from India.
Origin: Wu Yi Mountain, Fujian, China
Notes: Cocoa, Malt, Honey
Hand-Picked Smoked Lapsang Souchong
The Tea of Mystery - The entrancing, smoky character of this tea is achieved by an elaborate process. The hand-picked leaves are smoked over pinewood embers, for a distinct and mysterious cup.
Origin: Fujian, China
Notes: Smoked Pine Wood, Barbecue, Black Pepper
Yunnan Golden Tip Dian Hong
When choosing a high-quality Dian Hong black tea, it is important to look at how much of the golden-tip is in the leaves. The more golden color, the higher the grade usually is. This Dian Hong black tea is from a larger leaf variety, manually hand-picked and processed using the traditional techniques of Mr. Zhou's family farm in Yunnan. You can immediately notice the caramel, sweet potato-like aroma when you brew this tea. The feeling in your mouth is very smooth, complex and balanced. Hints of a spice match well with the robust and malty undertone of the tea. Definitely one of the best Chinese black teas we have in our black tea collection.
Alternate Name: Yunnan Black
Origin: Yunnan, China
Notes: Malt, Sweet Potato, Honey
2nd and 3rd Flush Darjeeling Tea
The Champagne of Teas - this Darjeeling tea blend has the smooth character of second flush leaves with the deep qualities of third flush leaves, resulting in a full, round cup.
Top Of The Morning Irish
If you must take your tea with milk and sugar, use these blends of premium Assam from northeastern India with Ceylon tea grown from the high mountain of Sri Lanka. Creaminess from milk will soften the bold and maltiness of the Assam tea, and the citrusy brightness from the Ceylon tea brings out the complexity of the overall flavor of the brewed tea. A nice Irish Breakfast tea for Irish and non-Irish drinkers alike!
Origin: Srilanka; Assam, India
Notes: Bold, Malty, Citrus, Fruity
Honey Jin Jun Mei
The translation of this tea into English may be confusing - "Golden Steed Eyebrow" - but there's nothing confusing about the taste! Deep chocolate notes lead to a full-bodied tea that's almost thick like honey, leaving a sweet aftertaste.
English Everyday Black Tea Blend
The Perfect Cuppa - A robust blend of quality black leaves, hearty enough to make any Brit smile. A savory mixture of India, Ceylon and Kenya leaves is great with a splash of milk. Blend of black tea leaves from Sri Lanka, Africa and the Assam and Darjeeling areas of India, specially produced to meet the requirements for kosher certification and verification by the NON-GMO project.
20% Off Shou Mei White Tea
The best value on tea in our whole collection! Each tea can be re-steeped and re-infused 15 to 20 times.