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  1. No. 8 - Orange Vanilla Black Tea

    No. 8 - Orange Vanilla Black Tea

    Black tea, orange peel, vanilla bits, with orange and vanilla flavor. Learn More
  2. No. 140 - Organic Superfine Keemun Fragrant Black Tea

    No. 140 - Organic Superfine Keemun Fragrant Black Tea

    Keemun Black Tea is one of the four famous black tea in the world, while Keemun Fragrant Black tea is one of the best of it. Keemun Fragrant Black tea only use spring tea leaves as material, in the form of one bud and two leaves. Making process of this tea will take 8-9 hours, including lightly sun withering, rolling, fermentation, drying, and manual kneading. The dry leaves are tight and thin. Keemun Fragrant Black tea is fully fermented, presenting a color of coppery red, and revealing abundant golden buds. The unique Keemun fragrance and fruity floral flavor makes the tea suitable for either brewing with Gaiwan or drinking with milk. Learn More
  3. 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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  4. No. 151 - Yunnan Gongfu Fragrant Black Tea

    No. 151 - Yunnan Gongfu Fragrant Black Tea

    Gong Fu fragrance black tea is a tasty spring tea with infusion-enduring taste. The first two infusions have soft, mellow mouthfeel with slight sugar cane sweetness in the throat and at the bottom of cup a hint of milky flavor remains. But from the third infusion it presents a flavor, reminiscent of raw pu-erh tea, helping produce saliva. Learn More
  5. No. 144 - Fengqing Dragon Pearl Black Tea

    No. 144 - Fengqing Dragon Pearl Black Tea

    As this tea is manually made into pearl shape, it is similar with the appearance of the Jamine Dragon Pearl tea but little larger. Its material comes from Fengqing, Yunnan. As we all know, Fengqing is the hometown of Dian Hong, providing high quantity black tea for the world. Black tea is the kind of 100% fermented tea, so it has great advantages for human health. After the process of complete fermentation, its irritation of stomach decreased. Besides, black tea can protect our body from hyperglycemia and hypertension by doing good to our heart, blood glucose and blood pressure. It will be greatly helpful for long-term drinking of black tea. Learn More
  6. No. 148 - Rose Dian Hong Black Tea

    No. 148 - Rose Dian Hong Black Tea

    Rose Black Tea has pink rose flower mixed in the tea leaves, carrying a strong fragrance of roses. After the Dian Hong black tea is made, the tea worker will add rose flower and pure rose extracts in to the tea, giving the black tea a rich rose scent. If you like high floral scent, this Rose Black Tea will be a good choice. Learn More
  7. No. 142 - Yun Nan Dian Hong Black Tea

    No. 142 - Yun Nan Dian Hong Black Tea

    Dian Hong black tea, also known as Yunnan black tea, is one of China's most famous black teas. Our Dian Hong has all the great subtleties and complexities in taste of a great Dian Hong, combined with a refreshingly bold aroma. The quality of this tea, combined with its unbeatable price, make it the perfect breakfast tea to drink everyday. Learn More
  8. No. 118 - Orient Express Tea Brick
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    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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  9. 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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  10. 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
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