Grown in the Assam region of India, our Assam Breakfast Tea uses the highest grade TGFOP-1 Assam tea to produce a strong breakfast tea, with deep, rich amber color. Assam Breakfast can be enjoyed with, or without milk, to brew a satisfying cup. 25 Count tea bags. Contains Caffeine.
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Our Ceylon Breakfast is grown in the Dimbulla district of Ceylon. One of the earliest areas to be planted after tea took over from coffee in the 1870’s, Dimbulla is, perhaps the most famous name associated with Ceylon tea. The plantations, located at 3,500 to 5,500 feet (1,100 meters to 1,700 meters) above sea level, cover the western slopes of the district. The monsoon rain and the cold dry weather produce a full bodied tea with a rich amber color. Enjoy with or without milk. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine.
From our Reserve Collection, Dragonwell tea is one of the less well-known, but choice, classic teas. A large, flat-leaf green tea, Dragonwell is from the Shekiang Province. A superb and delicate green tea, it is considered one of the most choice in China. It's name derives from a local well of exceptionally pure water with which the tea was to be brewed. Dragonwell tea is particularly pleasant in the evening and its delicate flavor is best savored when served plain. A hint of lemon might be added, but green teas should not be served with milk. Very high in antioxidants. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine.
It is Charles, the second Earl Grey (1764-1845), to whom we have to thank for this delicious blend. Or, rather, the grateful beneficiaries of a noble act by a member of his envoy to China when he was Prime Minister of England (1830-1834). The legend is that a member of his mission saved the life of a Chinese official receiving them. As a token of his appreciation, Earl Grey was given a packet of tea, and the recipe. He later had it blended for him in England, and eventually the family allowed it to be made for public sale. Earl Grey tea is a blend of China black and Indian teas, is always flavored with oil of bergamot, a lemony flavor made from the peel of the Canton orange. Our Earl Grey Extra has twice the Bergamot of regular Earl Grey Teas. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine.
Malawi is a small country in East Africa named after Marawi people.who migrated into that region in 13th century. Tea is the second largest export. Mulanje is the largest growing district. Our Malawi tea grows in the foothills of Mt. Mulanje (elevation 10.000’). Malawi tea is medium bodied, with an earthy flavor in the cup. Best used without milk. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine
Our 1895 Blend is formulated from a family recipe that was created over one hundred years ago. 1895 Blend is an artful blending of East African teas, Indonesian teas, and Argentine teas. The result is a blend perfect for any time of the day, as well as making excellent iced tea. Bold flavor with deep red color in the cup. 25 Foil Wrapped Tea bags. Contains Caffeine.
Our English Afternoon tea is the perfect companion for an afternoon pause. A blend of China, Ceylon, and Indian teas, slightly scented with Bergamot. English Afternoon tea can be used with, or without milk. Fresh lemon may also be used to enhance flavor. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine.
English No. 1 tea is the perfect way to end the day. Blended China black teas are married with a hint of Bergamot, to create a warming tea that has a captivating aroma. Can be used with, or without milk. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine.
Our traditional Irish Breakfast tea is composed of fine Ceylon, China, and Indian teas. This traditional blend yields the strong cup that Irish Breakfast is famous for. Can be used with, or without milk. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine.
Sencha is a popular green tea in Japan. The leaf is steamed, dried and rolled. The resulting infusion is relatively a pale, jade greenish yellow with a high Vitamin C content. It has a shiny and a flat long glossy leaf appearance. Jade Green Sencha tea is high in polyphenols, but low in caffeine. The taste is delicately dry with a mixture of subtle sweetness, mild astringency, and fresh green scent. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine.
Our Java Breakfast is grown on the island of Java in Indonesia. Java Breakfast yields a golden amber, full-bodied infusion that is low in tannins with a subtle spicy aroma and pleasant taste. Can be used with or without milk. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains caffeine.
Our Lady Baltimore tea is a blend of fine black teas, with bergamot, orange, and lemon peel. The result is a fragrant tea, with complex citrus notes. Lady Baltimore can be enjoyed with or without milk, and is a perfect afternoon, or evening tea. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine.
Lapsang Souchong tea is grown on the Wuyi mountains of Fujian, China and means "smoky sub-variety" in Fukienese dialect. This leaf is almost coral black, large, loose and slightly curled. This is one of the original scented teas. It is known for its distinctive "smoky" flavor, since it is dried in bamboo baskets over green pine fires. Its flavor is rich and subtle with a smoky, amber-red liquor. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine
Our Rose Congou is fine black tea, scented with the delicate flavor and aroma of rose petals. Rose Congou is a delightful afternoon, or evening tea, with good body, and intoxicating rose aroma. Can be enjoyed with or without milk. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains caffeine.
Our Scottish Breakfast was originally formulated for the soft water found in Scotland. A careful blending of East African Black teas and Assam tea from India, yields a delightful breakfast tea that can be enjoyed with, or without milk. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine.
From our Reserve Collection, Ti Kuan Yin, or “Iron Goddess of Mercy,” tea is one of the less well known, but choice classic teas. A full-bodied oolong tea from China, Ti Kuan Yin derives its name from a characteristic sheen on its leaves. Fine oolongs are said to have a fruity or peachy overtone. As a general rule, in China, some tea drinkers prefer to first blanch the tea first and drinking only the second infusion. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine
Hyson or Lucky Dragon Tea is a Chinese green tea from the Anhui provence of China. Made from young leaves that are thinly rolled they have a long, twisted appearance that unfurls when brewed. The name Hyson is likely a Chinese name meaning "flourishing spring" or "blooming spring," however, some believe it to be named after an English tea merchant, Phillip Hyson. It is harvested earlier, "before the rains," and has a full-bodied, pungent taste and is golden in color. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine
This fine black tea with a coarse leaf and sliver tips is grown in the South Chinese province of Yunnan. ‘Withering’ is the first step in the process of making black tea. The fresh leaves are spread on trays called ‘tats’ and as the leaves dry they lose moisture and begin to wilt for about fifteen hours. Then they go to the next step ‘rolling’. The rolling process twists the leaf and bruises it, thus encouraging fermentation. After firing, the tea is spread out to cool,then graded and sorted. In the cup, Yunnan is full bodied, with a deep amber color. 25 Count Tea Bags. Contains Caffeine.