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15 varieties,
45 flavours to choose from.

Five black teas. Five smug imperialists.

Traditional and robust, balancing strength and flavour

Black tea is a type of tea that is more oxidised and stronger in flavour than oolong, green and white teas, all of which are made from leaves of the shrub Camellia sinensis. Black tea retains its flavour for several years and for this reason has long been an article of trade. Compressed bricks of black tea even served as a form of de facto currency into the 19th century. Although green tea has recently seen a revival due to its purported health benefits, black tea still accounts for over ninety percent of all tea sold in the West.

  • Ceylon Kenilworth OP1

    This medium bodied tea is the perfect balance of strength and flavour, with a warm golden hue.

    Ingredients: Highest grade orange pekoe

  • Darjeeling

    A high quality single origin tea, sourced from West Bengal, India. A classic muscatel tea with a clean finish.

    Ingredients: Black tea

  • Earl Grey

    A black tea, classically flavoured by bergamot — enjoyable any time of the day.

    Ingredients: Black tea, blue mallow blossoms, bergamot oil & cornflower blossom

  • English Breakfast

    A traditional, full bodied tea that is a rich and robust blend of assam, ceylon and kenyan leaves.

    Ingredients: Black tea

  • English Breakfast

    A traditional, full bodied tea that is a rich and robust blend of assam, ceylon and kenyan leaves.

    Ingredients: Black tea