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Awesome Assam Tea – Loose Tea (BEST SELLING)

The Indian State of Assam is renowned as one of the best tea growing regions of the world, attributed to its lush tropical landscape with ideal conditions for tea growing. Assam tea has distinct malty notes and robust, liked by many tea lovers.

English Breakfast Tea – Loose Tea (BEST SELLING)

Presenting our Long Leaf English Breakfast Tea. Nothing quite gets you on your feet like a robust full-bodied tea with pleasant malty after tones. Traditionally this leaf tea was named for being paired with a hearty English Breakfast. Known for it's strength and character, English Breakfast Tea stands up easily whilst coupled with a dash of milk or cream, honey or sugar. Perfect with that morning toast.

Himalayan Darjeeling – Loose Tea

Widely considered the "Champagne of teas," with a sweet, exquisite taste. It also possesses a subtle vegetal & floral profile with citrus-like flavours. Darjeeling black tea is less oxidised than a typical black tea and produces such unique flavour. This is due to the integration of its Chinese Camellia Sinensis strains mixed with specifics of Indian climate, harvesting and processing. This results in an intricately light black tea, that has more depth and complexity in its aroma and taste.

Kutsurogi Sencha Japanese Green Tea – Loose Tea

Sencha is a Japanese Tea that is cultivated in a slightly unorthodox procedure. Interesting, for a Tea that is so widely consumed daily in Japan. The tea leaves are steamed for near half a minute preventing further oxidation of the leaves after being harvested, before they are then rolled, and dried. This fantastic Green Tea will elevate your overall calories burned daily, making it a suitable element to a healthy diet regime. It also provides high amounts of antioxidants to reap healthy recovery and healing properties. Tasting notes are rich, fresh and soothing.

Neat Green Tea – Loose Tea

Our Premium Green Tea is of Pure Ceylon Gunpowder Green Tea which is of exceptionally good quality.  Each long leaf tea has been rolled tight into small round pellets, resembling grains of “gunpowder”, which upon being steeped in hot water will expand releasing its fragrant, slightly malty and nutty flavour.  Ceylon green tea is slightly darker in colour than most other origins of green tea, whilst still remaining sweet and light, characterising a good green tea. Green Tea is brewed differently than Black Tea, with lower temperature water and slightly shorter steep times.

Royal Earl Grey Tea – Loose Tea

Nothing quite ignites your senses the way a cup of Earl Grey can. Delicately balancing the level of Bergamot with our hand picked Ceylon Black Tea, sipping a cup stimulates the palate and leaves you with an ambrosial experience.