Black Tea 

Black Tea

It's the world's most popular type of tea, and it accounts for 75% of all production. Names such as "English Breakfast Tea" or "Earl Grey" commonly stock the shelves in grocery stores. Black teas originated in China, where they are known as red tea, but now come from many growing regions throughout the world. The types of black tea derive their ...

It's the world's most popular type of tea, and it accounts for 75% of all production. Names such as "English Breakfast Tea" or "Earl Grey" commonly stock the shelves in grocery stores. Black teas originated in China, where they are known as red tea, but now come from many growing regions throughout the world. The types of black tea derive their names from the places, where they are produced. They derive distinct characteristics depending on the areas and conditions they grow in. The three main producers of black tea London are China, Sri Lanka and India.

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Our best Ceylon OP, even, wiry, copper colored leaf. Fresh citric flavoury taste without the sour aftertaste.
£ 2.50
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The legendary smoky tea with strong and spicy flavor.
£ 2.50
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Very balanced and strong 2nd flush Darjeeling with an even tippy leaf and a dark amber cup.
£ 6.50
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