Palace Garden Tea
The tea that is served at the annual
Buckhingham Garden Tea Party is a
long time favorite and delicious Palace
medley specially selected for this
Intriguing hints of Earl Grey blended
with green tea, jasmine and cornflower
A Ceylon black tea blend whose prototype
was apparently developed over a
hundred years ago by the Scottish
Tea Master Drysdale in EdInburgh.
It was marketed simply as "Breakfast".
It became popular in England due
to the craze Queen Victoria created
for things Scottish. As its
name implies, English Breakfast
tea is an ideal accompaniment to
a morning meal. It is generally
offered with milk.
An Assam and Kenya black tea blend.
Irish Breakfast is excellent as
a robust early morning tea. In Ireland,
it is not referred to as "Irish
Breakfast tea", but simply as "tea".
Generally served with milk or plain
Breakfast (CO2 Decaffeinated)
Zimbabwe Black decaffeinated in
the green leaf stage and then normally
processed resulting in a malty tea
with gold highlights.
One of the finest tasting Decaf
Black tea blend of Assam, Ceylon
and Kenya. An English favorite blended
to commemorate the ocean liner Queen
Mary. Full cup with good flavor
some flowery character and malty
Greet the morning with the wonderful
taste of this Canadian Breakfast
How are you going to start your
100% Black tea mixture of Assam,
Ceylon, Kenya and China
China Black (Red) Teas
In most Asian countries, black tea
is refered to as red tea. As well,
the Rooibos plant of the Aspalathus
genus, found in the Cederberg mountains
of South Africa has leaves that
can be made into an infused drink
or tisane. Rooibos is often commercially
marketed as Red tea. Technically,
Rooibos is not a true tea since
it does not come from the tea plant
A delightful black tea with a full,
robust, traditional "China Black"
aroma and flavor with strong malty
tones of caramel. All this rolled-up
into a small snail-shaped leaf during
its processing. Black tea drinkers
will love this one.
Taste wise, Keemun Panda is considered
matchless, a flavor that almost
A superb breakfast tea. The flavor
is emphasized with milk.
A tea that has a deep flavour tending
winey and slightly fruity.
From the Fujian province of China,
Lapsang Souchong is an outstanding
leaf offering a smooth, crisp character
with aroma of an oak wood fire.
Sometimes referred to as Smoke Tea,
the tea leaves have been withered
over pine or cedar fires, pan-fired,
rolled and oxidized before being
fully dried in bamboo baskets over
Excellent Fullness with subtle China
Only produced during March and April
when the mountain air is moist and
Teas mainly fall under the genus
Camellia Sinensis , Assam is the
only other variety and is under
the genus Camellia Assamica.
Assam is a black tea named after
the region of its production: Assam,
India. This tea grown at sea level
is known for its body, briskness,
malty flavor, and strong, bright
color. Assam teas, or blends containing
Assam, are often sold as "breakfast"
teas. English Breakfast tea, Irish
Breakfast tea, and Scottish Breakfast
Tea are common trade names.
A queen among Assam teas, an excellent
harvest with a high proportion of
golden tips, this tea is picked
during the very early summer.
It has a malty and slightly spicy
flavour. A full-bodied and a highly
aromatic tea for any moment of the
(Organic - TGFOP)
This is a full bodied tea that has
excellent color in the liquor. The
leaf is quite small which adds to
the strength of the cup.
This organic Assam has all the characteristics
that makes this 2nd flush Assam
a great tea. Quite often milk is
used to tone down the strength of
the tea since milk gives the tea
a smoothness that is very pleasant
and highlights the malty notes.
Darjeeling tea, tea from the Darjeeling
region in West Bengal, India, has
traditionally been prized above
all other black teas, especially
in the United Kingdom and the countries
comprising the former British Empire.
When properly brewed it yields a
thin-bodied, light-colored liquor
with a floral aroma. The flavor
also displays a tinge of astringent
tannic characteristics, and a musky
spiciness often referred to by tea
connoisseurs as "muscatel." A sweet
cooling aftertaste should be felt
in the mouth.
Darjeeling Nagri Estate Tea has
a distinct sweet tangy aroma.
Imported from the Nagri Estate in
India, this tea a rich smooth flavor
with a pleasant aftertaste. Brewing
produces a medium amber color.
All of our Darjeeling teas are imported
from the foothills of the Himalayas.
A truly rare quality tea from the
premium Darjeeling summer harvest,
since only two estates in Darjeeling
have successfully produced 150 kgs.
The leaf has a very tippy appearance
and is characterized by a very rich
aroma and an extremely delicious
taste. The demand far outweighs
the production resulting in premium
The Blue Mountains' or the Nilgiris
are situated in Southern India.
A picturesque range of undulating
hilly landscapes where tea is grown
at elevations ranging from 1000
meters to above 2500 meters.
This is a Nilgiri Tea from South
India, grown at 5000 feet above
The tea has an interesting fruity
floral-like maltiness, that is unique
to teas from the Nilgiri area of
India. It is a stronger tea suitable
for breakfast time.
Flavoured Black Teas
Our Baroness Grey tea has excellent
Earl Grey notes accented with piquant
lemon. Lively and full flavored
lemon peel, rose and cornflower
petals add citrus and floral notes.
Named after the famous and ancient
city of Cochin in southern India.
Excellent with milk and sugar.
Assam and Kenya Black Tea, Ginger,
Cardamom, Coriander, Cinnamon, Cloves,
For Hot Tea: Bring fresh drawn water
to a boil. 1 heaping teaspoon per
cup. Let steep for 5-10 minutes.
Add milk & sugar before or after
Creamy Madagascar vanilla notes
dance with tingling Malabar Coast
A lively ginger finish is accentuated
by candy cardamom
Black Tea, Dried Daisies, Calendula
Petals, Cardamom, Coriander, Cinnamon,
Cloves, Black Pepper.
An aromatic mixture of Black tea,
sunflowers, calendula, sunflower
petals, natural lime pieces and
Ingredients: Ceylon and Assam Black
Tea, Cloves, Larkspur Petals, Natural
An excellent spice tea tending cinnamon
hot with delicious fruit tones.
Fasten your seat belt for a taste
Igredients: Black tea. apple, orange
and cinnamon pieces, natural flavours
Apricot Flavoured Black
If you love Peaches and Apricots
this is the tea for you!!
GREAT ICED TEA!
Ingredients: Ceylon Black, Sundried
Papaya, Freeze Dried Peach & Apricot,
Blackberry Leaves, Sunflower & Calendula
Petals, Natural Flavours
Ingredients: Ceylon Black, Calendula
& Sunflower Petals, Natural Flavours
Estate Kenya (BPI - CTC)
A strong Kenya tea produced in February.
Very malty flavor with a hint of
currant. Good with milk, makes a
bright golden brew.
Kambaa is consistently within the
top 4 quality tea estates of the
Kenya Tea Development Authority
and indeed Kenya.