Black Tea

Black tea is one of those tea types that tends to be left on the side of the road as people embark on their true tea journey. I think that this is because there is so much poor quality black tea made to satisfy the commodity market that it becomes associated for many people with low quality tea. This could not be further from the truth! Sure there are boat loads of basic black tea out there but the really high quality stuff occupies a rarefied atmosphere of some of the finest teas on Earth.

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Rose Gongfu

A luxurious combination of Fujian small leaf black tea and rosebuds. Malt loaf, rose and dark baked chocolate brownies.

Bulang Hong Cha

Tribal black tea from Banzhang village. Chocolate syrup, maraschino cherries and hay with burnt caramel and raisin sweetness.

Our house blend of ground chai spices with a Fujianese Black tea. Malt and chocolate comfort with peppery heat and sweet spices.

An uplifting and festive brew. Cinnamon buns, candied orange and sweet clove.

Jin Jun Mei

Highest grade Wuyi tea picked only a few days per year. Turkish delight notes of rose and cocoa, lychee fruitiness and roasted prune. Ultra soft and juicy.

Tong Mu Zhengshan Xiaozhong

Unsmoked Lapsang from the famed Tong Mu village. Floral and fruity with muscatel grapes, lychees, rose, lilac and fresh cut wet oak.

Sun Moon Lake Black Tea - Ruby 18

Captivating Black tea unlike any other tea available. Camphor, lilacs and menthol with cinnamon sweetness leading to a quenching minerality.

Tong Mu Zhengshan Xiaozhong

An unsmoked Lapsang that shows the true depth of flavour of this famous tea. Dark cocoa, charred bourbon casks and rambutan.

Qimen Hao Ya

Top shelf grade of a classic Anhui black. Black cherry, stewed prunes, hay and dark chocolate.

Fengqing Dian Hong

True Imperial grade Dian Hong. The finest Yunnan black tea that you can get. Sweet hay with hints of cocoa, baked apples, fudge and sultanas.

Zhengshan Xiaozhong - Lapsang Souchong

Lightly pine smoked Fujian black. Fresh reams of paper, chocolate, brazil nuts and a nearby campfire.

Chen Hong Cha

Bright, brisk, black tea balanced by warming dry hay notes and a whisper of grape. Clean and dry with a refreshing acidity on the edges of the tongue.

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