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Full bodied, brisk, flavorful tea - 2nd flush Assam, CTC (Crush, Tear, Curl), small granules of tea that provide an intense flavor. Tippy leaf tea. A rare muscatel flavor and aroma that is a relished by Darjeeling fans. An outstanding, high quality, USDA certified organic English Breakfast tea that produces a smooth, full-bodied infusion, without a bitter aftertaste.

Stands up well with milk and sugar.
Stimulate your senses with this deep, aromatic, copper-red hued, very full-bodied infusion with, complex flavor notes and hints spicy sweetness. A full bodied tea with malty characteristics, which produces as orangey-red infusion.  Takes well to milk. This smooth, bright, brisk  whole leaf  Nilgiri tea is grown on a high land estate and blended with Yunnan golden buds.  Considered the Southern Darjeeling .
Organic Nilgeri tea blended with Bergamot essential oil.  This is the West's most popular scented tea. Organic high grown estate black tea blended bergamot essential oils and and a touch of French vanilla.  A new twist on an old favorite. Organic black teas blended with cinnamon and orange.
The distinction of a great darjeeling with muscatel flavor but no caffeine. A bright, full bodied tea with hints of fruity notes, sans caffeine.  Stands well with milk and sugar. Smooth decaf tea that is packed with peach/apricot flavor.  Excellent whether served hot or iced.
Organic Assam tea mixed with  cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves and other spices. Can be served with milk and sugar, as often served in India, or black. The aroma of wild blueberries blended with black tea from Sri Lanka, yields a refreshing cup of tea.  Delicious served hot or cold. Smooth and strong smokey flavored black tea from the Fujian Provence.  Pronounced aroma of a pine and oak wood fire.  Yields a bright infusion with amber notes.
This blend captures a tropical mango taste in an exceptionally high quality, black, organic tea cultivated from the highlands of Sri Lanka.