Britain is known as a nation of tea drinkers and has been associated with tea from the 16oo. Black tea, in all it's infinate variety, is the firm favourite of the British tea drinking public. We have for you here a selection of the most popular Black tea's as well as some of the rarer varieties. We will be adding to our range as we find and approve new blends or single estate tea's.
Complex and subtle. Aromatic and penetrating without being lush or floral, flavour emphasized with milk.
A smooth crisp character with the remarkable and heady aroma of pine and oak wood fire.
Good body with a classic muscatel character. This quality is only available during June when the 2nd flush growing season is at its peak.
Malty full bodied character with bright flavoury notes and hints of cask oakiness.
A bracing highlanders cup of tea.
Good body with a classic muscatel character.
Malty with a jammy-like flavour best describes this premium tea.
Malty flavour, full of life and very smooth. A fine tea after dinner or in the afternoon. World Renowned for its strong full-bodied cup.
A stout robust blend of February Kenya and second flush Assam.
Superb colour, malty and very full bodied.
A delicate cup with slightly toasty notes.
A taste of Lapsang relives the heady days and mystery of the Royal Court of St. Petersburg.
Mild yet spicy and highly aromatic for it's type. Flavour emphasized with milk.
A superb afternoon tea.
Lightly astringent cup becomes golden bright with milk.
A tea to be drunk at any time of day.
Stronger than the average breakfast tea yet doesn't exchange strength for flavour.
Malty spicyness and highly aromatic. Flavour emphasized with milk.
Mild and tender in taste, with a light and aromatic scent.
Malty with a jammy like flavour best describes this premium tea.
Good body but not overpowering with satisfying full tea flavour notes. Especially enticing with milk. Tastes just as good as the caffeinated version.
Rich and gently spiced, complex but soothing character. Try adding steamed milk to make a chai latte.