We take the finest Assam tea and combine cinnamon, cloves, ginger, orange and cardamom to make this classic Indian beverage. Hot milk and sugar will compliment this tea and bring out the spicey and aromatic tones.
Named after Earl Grey, the Prime Minister to China in 1830. Made with a blend of China Black Teas, Earl Grey derives its famous flavor from oil of Bergamot (an oil from the rind of the fruit of Citrus Bergamia). An excellent special occasion or after-dinner tea.
A China Black tea with a distinct smoky-tarry scent and flavor from the Fukien province of southern China. The tea is acutally smoked over a fire to impart this flavor. This tea is considered as acquired taste for most.
Oolong teas are produced similarly to black teas. but with a very short drying time, only allowing the leaves to turn partially brown or semi-fermented. As a result, oolongs share some of the taste characterization of both green and black teas.
Despite the name, this tea doesn't contain any orange flavor. Orange Pekoe refers to the size and quality of the dried black tea leaves. High mountain grown, this tea has a rich fragrance with subtle citrus nuances.