Our own excellent Irish Breakfast blend.Made from 100% Assam leaves (BOP - more info here) for maximum richness and flavour.The coppery-red cup is full, hearty - exactly like a Breakfast tea should taste like..Goes well with a drop of milk (or even cream).100g (default, makes 50 cups). Also available in 250g, 500g or in our 100g wooden tea chest, please select under 'options'.
Health properties: - full of antioxidants which can prevent heart disease, stroke and can be anti-carcino..
Black First Flush tea leaves from the Panitola Tea Estate in North West India. The First Flush (picked in around April) teas are not as strong as the later Second Flush harvest but produce an elegant, hearty, aromatic-malty Assam. Great Breakfast tea but goes very well with some pastries or cake in the afternoon.And yes, you can put milk into it.Good value for money.100g (default, makes 50 cups) in a sealed bag. Also available in 250g, 500g or in our 100g wooden tea chest, please select under 'o..
Dikom is one of the oldest tea gardens in Eastern Assam, India (see picture). Some tea bushes were planted 150 years ago. This Second Flush Assam (picked in June/July) is hearty and rich with a characteristic malty note. The infusion has a vivid coppery red colour - exactly like an Assam should be.Although not recommended this Assam is robust enough to take a drop of milk. 50g (default, makes 25 cups) in a sealed bag. Also available in 100g and 250g or in our 100g wooden tea chest, p..
The Mokalbari Tea garden is situated on the Southern bank of the Brahmaputra River in Upper Assam, North East India.It is renown for its superior quality and this attractive tea chest is no exception.Everything you should expect in a premium Assam: a vivid coppery red cup of rich, hearty, subtle tannins yet elegant and complex with the typical malty aftertaste.Please don't destroy the craftsmanship by adding milk.
Health properties: - full of antioxidants which can prevent heart disease, ..
This tea is the product of a happy accident. Green Chinese Mao Feng was mixed with black Indian Assam by mistake. The result surprised everybody and after a bit of tweaking, we found the right formula. The lower brewing temperature of 80°C allows the green tea to shine through but the Assam gives this blend more substance and body without overpowering the more subtle Mao Feng. Interesting taste of grassy, slightly fruity Mao Feng notes with a malty Assam background.100g (default, makes 50 cups) ..