A large, whole leaf, medium bodied black tea from Sri Lanka.
Not as sweet as a Chinese black, with a good level of astringency, this classic orange pekoe makes a satisfying afternoon pick me up, with or without milk.
Dark reddish orange liquor. Slight citrus note on the nose. Medium tannin, balanced bitterness, sweet after taste. Warm body sensation. Good for the colder months.
90 °C with out milk with 1 to 2 minute steeping; 100 °C with milk with 3 to 5 minutes steeping
A medium large, broken leaf, Chinese black tea smoke-dried over resin-rich pinewood fires. It is also smoked over abundant hardwoods post-production to intensify its aroma that resembles a campfire. Can be enjoyed alone,...View full product details
A single origin black tea from the mountainous region of Western China, same region that brings us the famous Puerh. Picked with a fair amount of tea buds (young leaves), these...View full product details
A large, whole leaf, fully oxidized black tea from Wuyi mounain, China. Like our European Lapsang, it's smoked-dried over pinewood, but no smoking post-production. It's less intensive, so we can better appreciate...View full product details