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Earl Grey Bouquet -Decaf Black Tea Earl Grey Bouquet -Decaf Black Tea

From $ 6.90

#1024  Decaf Black Aroma Tea  A romantic approach to a classic. Resplendent with rose blossoms and powered by premium natural bergamot oil, this is a bouquet for your senses.  Ingredients: decaffeinated black tea, natural bergamot oil, rose blossoms.  Preparation: 3g tea leaves (1 heaping tsp) per 8oz cup of filtered,...

Darjeeling Himalayan  (Second Flush) Darjeeling Himalayan (Second Flush)

From $ 7.50

#2450 Black Classic Tea  This second flush is a spicy and fully aromatic.  Not a common everyday tea, but a delight for every day.  This bronze-colored cup is truly harmonious. Preparation: 3g tea leaves (1 heaping teaspoon) per 8oz cup of filtered, boiling water. Allow to brew 2-4 min. 

O'Sullivan's Favorite Black Tea O'Sullivan's Favorite Black Tea

From $ 4.15

#762 The Irish are the most prolific tea drinkers in the world, enjoying strong and robust teas daily. We salute them with our Irish Breakfast blend- a hearty machine processed CTC (Cut-Tear-Curl) from the premier tea garden in Kenya. Boldly spicy and aromatic, it carries considerable heft.   Prep: 3g tea...

English Breakfast English Breakfast

From $ 4.15

#750  Classic Black Tea  A brilliant interpretation of a classic. This harmonious blend of Ceylon, Assam, Java, and Darjeeling teas will help you greet the morning in proper fashion. Robust and malty- just the way it should be. Prep: 3g tea leaves (1 heaping tsp) per 8oz cup of filtered,...

Special Golden Black Tea Special Golden Black Tea

From $ 9.80

#2373 Grown in Yunnan, this exceptional black tea is plucked only between the end of the end of March and mid-April and produced according to a special method. The big, finely worked, tobacco-like leaf with many golden tips yields a copper-colored cup and a strong, spicy, malty flavor combined with...

Ceylon OP Blackwood Organic Black Tea Ceylon OP Blackwood Organic Black Tea

From $ 6.90

#2893 This organic Ceylon comes from the Bogawantalwa Valley in the Dimbula region in Western Sri Lanka. This fertile plantation, which is located at an altitude of between 1,000 m and 1,300 m, is not only famous on account of its commitment to its workers, but, of course, also for...