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  1. No. 193 - Black Tea Brick, 1.1 kg  2.42 lb

    Black Tea Bricks

    The method traditionally used for brewing tea from a tea brick was to roast a piece over a flame until it turned reddish. The piece of brick was then crumbled and brewed in a pot. In some parts of China it was also customary to spice up the brew by adding onion, ginger, and orange. In Tibet, tea bricks were traditionally used to make the country's famous fermented yak butter tea. As for we North Americans however, if you find you have no fermented yak butter in the fridge, we recommend simply using regular milk - although most people nowadays like tea bricks simply for their aesthetic qualities. These tea bricks make a unique gift and a great conversation starter if placed in an upright plate holder.

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  2. No. 10 - Raspberry Cream Black Tea

    No. 10 - Raspberry Cream Black Tea

    Black tea, safflowers, raspberry leaves, and raspberry cream flavor. Learn More
  3. No. 108 - Lychee Congou Tea

    No. 108 - Lychee Congou Tea

    A leafy black tea infused with the flavor of lychee fruit producing a delightful naturally scented tea. Learn More
  4. No. 109 - Kosabei (TGFOP) Estate Tea

    No. 109 - Kosabei (TGFOP) Estate Tea

    Classic high altitude Kenya tea! Loaded with regional nuance, tends malt, exceptionally fresh - like drinking tea on the estate. Learn More
  5. No. 110 - Behora (TGFOP) Estate Tea

    No. 110 - Behora (TGFOP) Estate Tea

    A classic Assam with a traditional leaf style. Produced during June this tea embodies all the flavor and strength you expect from a top Assam estate. Learn More
  6. No. 111 - Margaret's Hope (TGFOP) Estate Tea

    No. 111 - Margaret's Hope (TGFOP) Estate Tea

    A delicate tending astringent cup with the distinctive ‘Muscatel’ character. Hints of currant create an almost wine-like taste. Learn More
  7. No. 118 - Orient Express Tea Brick
    $27.50

    No. 118 - Orient Express Tea Brick

    The method traditionally used for brewing tea from a tea brick was to roast a piece over a flame until it turned reddish. The piece of brick was then crumbled and brewed in a pot. In some parts of China it was also customary to spice up the brew by adding onion, ginger, and orange. In Tibet, tea bricks were traditionally used to make the country's famous fermented yak butter tea. As for we North Americans however, if you find you have no fermented yak butter in the fridge, we recommend simply using regular milk - although most people nowadays like tea bricks simply for their aesthetic qualities. These tea bricks make a unique gift and a great conversation starter if placed in an upright plate holder.

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  8. No. 13 - Tropical Guava Tea

    No. 13 - Tropical Guava Tea

    Sweet tropical memories come to the fore with a fresh fruit finish. Learn More
  9. No. 138 - Bailin Gongfu Black Tea

    No. 138 - Bailin Gongfu Black Tea

    Bailin Gongfu is the highest quality Fujian black tea. This Bailin Gonfu is a premium quality tea produced at Mt. Taimu in Fujian, and is crafted from Fuding DaBai and Da Hao trees. This delicious tea has a great refreshing sweet taste and fragrance.

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  10. No. 14 - Orange Spice Tea

    No. 14 - Orange Spice Tea

    The flavory character of new season Florida oranges and fresh cinnamon is well captured in this tea. A truly tasty combination of Ceylon Tea scented with the natural oils of orange and cinnamon. Learn More
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