Loose Leaf Black Tea
Lush flavor and amber color — this Assam tea, grown in India, is known for the golden tipped leaves that give it a layered "malty" flavor you'll love.
Fresh, textured floral tones truly make this tea a connoisseur's first flush (first harvest and most prized) Darjeeling.
This refined black tea is from an award-winning garden in Assam, India, which produces a tea that’s complex in flavor, like a fine Bordeaux!
First flush Darjeeling (from the garden’s first tea harvest of the year) combined with natural bergamot flavor results in a unique Earl Grey with bright lemon notes and a pleasant astringency.
Rich black tea with bergamot, plus dainty blue cornflowers, in an attractive, reusable tea tin. It looks as delightful as it tastes!
Tea Tin Size: 90 grams (makes 35+ cups of tea)
Organic black tea, flavor from natural bergamot oil and corn flowers come together for a rich cup of a longtime tea lover's favorite.
Earl Grey's formula is simple — black tea with bergamot oil for a citrus flavor — but ours is organic, high quality, whole leaf black tea and oil from a citrus fruit originally grown in Bergamo, Italy.
Darjeeling tea is technically black, but includes gentle, lighter characteristics like a green tea. It makes a flavorful breakfast tea, but also has enough astringency to pair with dessert!
A combination of cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and orange make for a warm, delicious blend in the cup. Milk and honey are always nice additions, but this tea is pure enough to enjoy straight up.
The lush, malty flavor of great Organic English Breakfast is truly a gift, just like this pretty cylinder for a true lover of loose black tea. It's a lovely, deep ochre shade in the cup.
Can your next cuppa' Earl Grey be even more decadent, since it includes lavender flowers? An unexpected twist on one of your favorites that you'll enjoy adding to your tea repertoire.
This deliciously approachable tea brews up with a light cup color similar to a green tea with a bit more astringency, like a black tea.
The stong, woods-y campfire scent is well balanced with the black tea.
This Da Hong Pao oolong tea is sourced directly from the grower on Wuyi Mountain in China. Oolong lovers: you won’t find better than this – it's the king of oolongs.
These cakes are the traditional form of Pu Erh. Each Pu Erh cake contains 250 grams of compressed tea and brews up black and full for many steeps.