BLACK TEA

  • Country Origin: Czech Republic
IMAGE 1- The English Breakfast Tea Blend Originating from Assam, this full-bodied blend has woody and malty notes along with a gutty liquor. This blend has been an integral part of the British Tea Culture and is best consumed with milk and sugar, as well as a hearty English Breakfast. Master tea tasters have carefully selected teas from special batches of Assam Tea, and have combined it with green tea, for developing this unique and healthy blend. / IMAGE 2- Masala Spiced Chai Tea Better known as Chai, this tea is a classic blend of Black tea and fresh spices, with slight hints of ginger and cinnamon, with an overall halo of the popular Asian spice, cardamom. The dry creaminess of this tea, complimented by complex blend of spices, is truly splendid. Net Content per Tin caddy: 50 gms (2 gm x 25 Filter Paper Tea bags) / IMAGE 3- Darjeeling Afternoon Tea Darjeeling tea is considered to be amongst the finest teas in the world. From early spring until autumn, the Darjeeling Hills produce teas with a varied character. The spring season tea is green in taste whilst the summer season teas offer a wine like muscatel character and before the onset of winter, the Autumnal teas have a flowery flavour. It is a unique gift of nature that one single tea plant gives us three flavours in three different seasons. This Spring Season tea has a new bloom vegetal green character with a floral flavour which is distinct to the palate, and its light golden colour fills your heart with joy. Net Content per Tin caddy: 50 gms (2 gm x 25 Filter Paper Tea bags) / IMAGE 4- Rare Darjeeling First Flush Tea Darjeeling tea is considered to be amongst the finest teas in the world. From early spring until autumn, the Darjeeling Hills produce teas with a varied character. The spring season tea is green in taste whilst the summer season teas offer a wine like muscatel character and before the onset of winter, the Autumnal teas have a flowery flavour. It is a unique gift of nature that one single tea plant gives us three flavours in three different seasons. This Spring Season tea has a new bloom vegetal green character with a floral flavour which is distinct to the palate, and its light golden colour fills your heart with joy. Net Content per Tin caddy: 50 gms of Loose Tea / IMAGE 5- Buddha's Kangra Valley Tea A unique tea, originating from the Kangra Valley in the Western Himalayas. This style of tea is scarce and can only be found on tea bushes that are a hundred years old. With a delightful earthy character and a floral nose, this is supported by a nice mid palate and a stress relieving aroma. Net Content per Tin caddy: 50 gms of Loose Tea / IMAGE 6- Turmeric Masala Chai Tea Embrace your well-being with two super-foods – Turmeric and Tea – in this antioxidant rich tea blend. Turmeric is good for your body as it delivers anti-inflammatory properties that help you fight body aches & muscular stress. Experience the piquant gingery aroma of turmeric, complimented by softer notes of nutmeg and the malty edginess of black tea, in this tea blend. Net Content per Tin caddy: 100 gms of Loose Tea / IMAGE 7- Saffron Masala Chai Tea Select 'Himalayan Saffron' is finely powdered and blended with cinnamon, ginger & cardamom in a base of full-bodied black tea from India. The saffron adds an outstanding rich, warm and ‘sweet metallic’ note to the masala, chai whilst complimenting the dry creaminess of the spices. Net Content per Tin caddy: 40 gms (2 gm x 20 Silky Tea bags)