Black (Red) Tea

Black (Red) Tea
Fully oxidized teas.

A lovely Chinese black tea, with lots of tippy, fluffy leaves. Brewed with near-boiling water, expect sweet and malty flavors, with more than a touch of umami and a very nice mouthfeel.Also ..
A lovely Chinese black tea, ...
A rare organic black tea from the Champawat Estate in Kumaon, a new Himalayan tea region in north India. It is bright and brassy, with a vegetal complexity that makes it stand out from other Ind..
A rare organic black tea fro...
An unusual unsmoked version of Lapsang Souchong, this tea shows off the characteristic fruitiness of Lapsang Souchong that often lies behind the trademark smokiness of the more well-kn..
An unusual unsmoked&nbs...
This tea also cold-brews fabulously: use a heaping tablespoon of leaf for every quart of spring (or filtered) water, and let steep in the refrigerator overnight. The resulting cold beverage keep..
This tea also cold-brews fab...
A delightful and interesting everyday-grade black tea.Origin: Tanzania..
A delightful and interesting...
A bright, brisk black tea from Turkey. Origin: Turkey..
A bright, brisk black tea fr...
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