Darjeeling – TGFOP1
Margaret's Hope S.F
The slow growth of the shrubs at the cool, higher altitudes of the Himalaya helps deliver high-grade, aromatic qualities, that you can taste as soon as you take a sip.
In 1833, Earl Grey, the Earl of Howick Hall, and at the time British Prime Minister, suspended the price monopoly which the East India company had enjoyed at China’s expense. The originally pure Chinese tea was lightly flavoured with fine … Continued
This Selected broken Assam and Sumatra teas form the basis for an extremely yielding quality which is strongly reminiscent of East Frisian blends. A dark infusion with malty spiciness, at its best when slightly sweetened and with a dash of … Continued
A strong black tea with the taste of rum and a soft, sweet cream flavour. Its colour combines that of the Irish national flag, white coconut shreds, with green wild strawberry leaves and orange-red safflower.
Keemun is one of the most important teas in China and has been grown in the province of Anhui, Central China since 1875. Our Keemun OP is a soft, finely aromatic and mild tea with a marvelous Sinensis leaf. The … Continued
Organic Assam Rani
The plantation is located in the Western part of Assam. Medium body, well balanced with a malty flavour and slight hints of spices and herb.
Organic Ceylon OP
The shiny, bronze-colored infusion, the flowery flavour and its extremely mild, fully aromatic taste impart an unmistakable character to this tea. From one of the top Darjeeling plantations, the leaves for this tea come from Chinese trees and are carefully … Continued