Assam Chota Tingrai Estate TGFOP (organic)$8.00–$56.00
The Chota Tingrai Tea Estate is located in the Tinsukia district of Assam. Run by young and progressive thinking, fourth generation tea farmers, they are a great example of change agents in Assam toward sustainable and ethical farming.
The leaf style is a very classic Assam, and the very desirable TGFOP grade, a whole leaf that will deliver the bold flavours that are Assam’s calling card, while allowing the tea’s more subtle characteristics to come through. The liquor aroma is honeyed with notes of black currant and apricot, delivering a smooth and full mouthfeel right from the start. One may detect hints of fruit, wood and even fresh melon.
Black Breakfast Beauty$9.00–$62.00
This robust black tea blend combines bold flavour, rich color, & full body with hints of decadent dark chocolate. A selection of strong black teas have been carefully blended from high altitude estates in China, India and Sri Lanka.
Jambo Chai! (pesticide free)$8.00–$60.00
Jambo! This is unlike any other chai you have tasted! Our Kenyan black tea leaves are blended with a unique bouquet of spices. An incredibly smooth infusion with rose petal sweetness and spicy highlights of liquorice root, cinnamon and clove. Feel free to add milk but it’s completely unnecessary with this well balanced and tasty cup!
Lover’s Leap Estate Orange Pekoe$7.00–$11.00
This Ceylon black tea from Sri Lanka is a true Orange Pekoe from the famed, Lover’s Leap Estate. This single estate is located in the foothills directly below the Lovers Leap waterfall in Nuwara Eilya district.
Lychee Black is a popular tea in China, made of black tea from Hunan province and scented with lychee fruit peels. Strong, sweet fruity aroma and a sweet, honey-like taste – delightfully delicious!
Mango Tango Black$7.50–$13.50
This blend of crisp Ceylon black tea with dried mango pieces creates a light and fruity combination that will have you dancing in any season.
Mt. Kenya Black (BOP)$6.00–$44.00
Mount Kenya is the second highest peak in Africa, at 2,000 m above sea level. The orthodox black tea leaves from these small scale farmers produce a beautifully complex cup that can be enjoyed clear, or taken with milk if one prefers. A robust and malty cup with notes of berries.
Graded ‘BOP’, or ‘broken orange pekoe’ means the whole leaf is broken only slightly, allowing greater surface area to infuse a bold malty cup to get your morning going!
Nandi English Breakfast (pesticide free)$8.00–$55.00
Take a tea trip around the world with this well balanced and full-bodied breakfast blend of black teas from Kenya, India and China. Our Kenyan tea is small-scale farmer grown. No chemicals are ever sprayed on the tea leaves. Non-GMO verified, Rainforest Alliance certified.
Old Tea Tree Golden Needle (Yunnan Black Tea)$21.00–$40.00
This exceptional black tea from Yunnan province is made exclusively of young downy buds or ‘golden tips’, and pan fired to perfection. Yunnan Golden Buds is also known as “Dian hong”, and is considered amoung the finest of black teas.
The golden buds produce a brew that is amber in colour with a sweet, gentle aroma and no astringency. Soft and delicious with a smooth, malty taste, with notes of caramel and honey that leave a lingering sweet finish!
Queen Elizabeth English Breakfast (ETP)$7.00–$101.00
This breakfast blend is a royal tribute, blended with traditional black teas of India. Gentle fruity notes from Nilgiri to the south, rich malty notes from Assam to the east and bright muscatel undertones from Darjeeling to the north, merge into a lovely smooth finish.
Wuyi (Shui Xian) Oolong (organic)$9.00–$15.00
This organic Wuyi oolong has a smooth, rich body with a classic roasted aroma and sweet finish, accented by notes of raisin sugar, honeysuckle and roasted barley. Some say it exudes notes of dark chocolate!