Regional Black Tea

Contains Caffeine

All tea leaves are green when harvested. Black tea is produced when the leaves are fermented or oxidized. Black tea is generally stronger in flavor and contains more caffeine than green or white teas.

Name Description
Assam Bukhial


Coppery and bright with full bodied strength. Add milk to experience the true malty character from one of the top Assam gardens.

Assam Gingia


Bright, full bodied liquor with nuttiness, almost a walnut character. Its classic thickness is juicy and malty.

Assam Jamguri (Organic)

Finest organic Assam with a rich taste and nice malty flavour.  Perfect for the morning.

Assam Keyhung


More than 60% of the estate is clonal giving Keyhung a distinctive taste. This 2nd flush tea is strong, full bodied with maltiness and rich in colour.

Assam Tonganagaon (Organic)

An outstanding tea with golden tips.  The infusion is very smooth and aromatic with a fine malty flavour.

Ceylon Blackwood


From the Bogawantalwa valleyu in the western region of Sri Lanka, well known for its high quality black teas, comes this rich organic tea with its wiry leaves, full taste and mild spicy aroma.

Ceylon Courtlodge


A top Ceylon tea estate. The cup is light with excellent flavour. Nuwara Eliya teas are often called the “Champagne of Ceylon”.

Ceylon Kenilworth


Malty flavour that is full of life and quite smooth. World renowned for its strong full-bodied cup.

Ceylon Lover’s Leap


The liquor is bright with excellent flowery flavour and a cup that tends somewhat light.  A good after-dinner tea.

Ceylon Lumbini


A classic Ruhunu with ‘mouth-feel’ and a plum finish, combined with a rare handmade leaf style. A tea of note!

China Black Tea (Organic)

This spicy aromatic black tea has a low tannin content. Perfect for people who want to enjoy a cup without a bitter note.

Darjeeling (Organic)

Tippy leaf signifies good manufacturing.  Its flavoury muscatel character will not disappoint the discerning Darjeeling drinker.

Darjeeling Happy Valley

Happy Valley’s elevation produces a stunning tea with notes of muscatel, toast, wine and subtle peach. An exceptional Darjeeling.

Darjeeling Margaret’s Hope

From one of Darjeeling’s best known estates this tea has a lovely muscatel flavour with a delicious astringency.

Darjeeling Tukdah

Excellent 1st flush Darjeeling with a bright, lively cup that is full of flavour. It has lovely muscatel character with a hint of nuttiness.


ETP98%+, Estate Tea

A rich full bodied tea, malty flavour that has light hints of currant. With milk the cup is bright golden and inviting.

Keemun Panda #1


A winey and fruity tea with depth and complexity. It takes milk very well. Rewards the tea drinker with an exotic cup tending bright and reddish.

Lapsang Souchong

A superior leaf Lapsang Souchong offering a smooth crisp character with the remarkable and heady aroma of an oak fire. Certainly a unique tea.



This organic Nilgiri comes from the South India Thaishola estate. It has a fresh taste reminiscent of the first season’s Assams.

Pu-Erh Special

Toasted bread highlights with elemental and earthy notes.

Russian Caravan

A delicate cup with lively sprightly toasty notes.  A hint of Lapsang Souchong adds to the aroma and taste, making this blend quite distinctive.