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Earl Grey Tea is an aromatic black tea with its distinctive flavor and aroma imparted by the addition of bergamot oil. The leaves are a blend of Ceylon and Indian black teas.
Oolong tea is a traditional Chinese tea somewhere in-between green and black in its preparation and oxidation - it tastes somewhere in between as well - not quite malty, and not quite grassy.
Chinese black tea is the most popular tea in the world today, and is the "everyday tea" of many around the world. China black tea is said to have purifying properties and to benefit weight loss.
English Breakfast tea is a full-bodied, robust, very typical English brew. Its malty flavor will wake up any sleepyhead in a perfect London cuppa tea with milk and sugar.
The Assam Valley is the largest tea-growing area in the world, in India near the Chinese border. The region produces an Assam black tea with a strong full-bodied, malty flavor.
Orange pekoe tea is highly fragrant, with strong floral and fruity aromas. But there's no orange flavor here - the name can be confusing! Pekoe is a name that refers to very small black tea leaves.
Ceylon black tea is grown in the hills of Sri Lanka. It has a citrus-like crisp aroma, a beautiful reddish color and a strong, assertive black tea flavor.
Lapsang souchong tea is making quite an impact recently on the adventurous American palette. Originally from China, it boasts a strongly smoky bold flavor that is absolutely delicious with milk.
Irish breakfast tea is a blend of teas traditionally favored by the Irish for its pungent, brisk and malty amber brew. The Irish take this tea with milk, but it's also great with just a slice of lemon.
Have your own traditional Russian Tea Ceremony with this delicious and mildly smoky-flavored brew! This is a black tea of high quality that is very finely cut.
Rich and robust, African Kenya tea takes milk very well and is also quite nice when drunk plain. It's the perfect breakfast brew.