This powerful blend of black teas pays tribute to the Boston Tea Party of 1773, a defining event in the American Revolution. Ceylon tea brings body and intensity to the blend and is perfectly balanced by the round mouthfeel of Indian tea.
Blend of black teas
This black tea draws its richness from the fertile soils of Sri Lanka. Ceylon broken orange pekoe (B.O.P.) tea is a black tea which has broken leaves and a sustained flavour. Intense and full-bodied, it produces deliciously fruity and woody notes.
Ceylon black tea
Assam teas are characterised by their large, broad leaves. Known for being a tea with character, Assam produces a robust, bold liquor and a particularly pronounced aroma with a spicy, strong flavour and lots of body. This is an ideal breakfast tea.
Black India tea from the Assam area
Located in fertile plains of north-east India, Assam produces green teas with botanical notes. Green Assam is a non-fermented version of the famous Assam black tea that exemplifies the hardy character of teas from this region.
Green tea from the Assam area
Irish Blend is a tasty blend of two black teas from India: a light, aromatic Darjeeling with notes of Muscat grape, and an Assam tea that is known for being naturally full-bodied with a round flavour. This subtle and deliciously balanced blend will delight those who like intense teas.
black Assam tea, Darjeeling tea
Sencha tea with rolled leaves is considered the drink of hospitality in Japan. It is grown in the Shizuoka region on the Pacific coast in a harsh climate. When brewed the liquid is clear, its subtle flavour and its iodine and vegetal notes make it a very refreshing beverage.
Traditional Japanese green tea
With its delicious aroma, Chocolate-Mint tea is ideal for a decadent afternoon break. It will thrill those who love the combination of mint and chocolate.
Black China tea with scents of chocolate and mint
Red berry green tea with morsels of cherry, strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant is a fresh and delicious blend. Steeping it releases the tart and gourmet taste of red berries.
Green tea, flavourings, strawberries, raspberries, cherries, currants
Called “black flower” by the Aztecs, vanilla is prized for its smooth, aromatic taste. Anyone with a sweet tooth will enjoy the subtly sweet flavour of black tea from China flavoured with Bourbon Vanilla.
Black China tea with scent of Bourbon vanilla of Madagascar
A widely used ingredient since ancient times, cinnamon is prized for its slightly spicy taste. It blends wonderfully with black tea from China. This tea is best enjoyed with a dash of milk.
Black China tea with scent of cinnamon
Green Earl Grey with liquorice brings a bit of freshness to classic Earl Grey tea with a touch of liquorice. It is a perfect balance between the sour notes of bergamote and the lightly sweet taste of liquorice.
Green tea, liquorice (14%), fennel, aniseed, flavourings
Sweet and bright Green Earl Grey with citrus fruits is the perfect balance between the rich taste of bergamote and the delicate flavour of mandarin orange. Complemented by cornflower and marigold flowers, it's as beautiful as it is delicious.
Green tea, oolong, safflower petals, cornflower petals, calendula flower petals, flavourings