Black tea leaves are fully oxidized before they’re fired, meaning they’re exposed to oxygen until the leaves darken. This gives them a stronger, sweeter, more full-bodied flavour. Maybe that’s what makes rich blends like Earl Grey and Orange Pekoe so popular. Whether you love ‘em with milk and sugar or savour them straight-up, we’ve got the blend for you.

Black teas

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  • Organic Nepal Black

    These bold, smooth leaves have a delicious hint of...

  • Kenyan Tinderet

    A sweet, rich and earthy black tea from Kenya's Tinderet...

  • Irish Breakfast

    This rich, full-bodied black tea brews up nutty, fruity and bold, with hints of wild dark...

  • Organic Jasmine Black Pearls

    Black pearls, black jasmine teas and Chinese black teas are all extremely...

  • Maracuja Mango

    This refreshingly sweet and rich black tea mixes exotic maracuja with sunny...

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