Black Teas

All true teas are made from the same plant, camellia sinensis, and thus have the same amount of caffeine. However, due to processing and packing density, tea as it is served per teaspoon may have more caffeine, especially black teas.  During processing, black tea leaves are fully oxidized. Black teas are strong, robust, and reflect the earth from where they are grown.  Enjoy black teas from around the world:

heavy to light

  • Assam ƒ  robust, hearty, & malty, from Northeastern India
  • Kenyaƒ black light-bodied from Great Rift Valley region
  • Tanzanian   medium-bodied, Luponde Estate
  • Nilgiri ƒ from Thiashola Estate.
  • Irish Breakfast ƒ Assam with Kenya
  • Scottish Breakfast ƒ Assam, Keemun, and Nilgiri
  • English Breakfast ƒ  rich, hearty Keemun
  • Lapsang Souchong   smoky, robust, from  China
  • Ceylon ƒ  from Venture Estate, Sri Lanka
  • Nepalese ƒ black tea from Nepal.  Light and clean
  • Autumnal Darjeeling ƒ  Makaibari Estate, India
  • First Flush Darjeeling ƒ Makaibari Estate, India

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Legend:  – Organic    ƒ – Fair Trade