A wonderful selection of six of our most popular black teas from around the world. Whether you're a seasoned tea connoisseur or a new convert to 'real' loose leaf tea, these six varieties will tingle your taste buds and allow you to sample some of the finest teas in our range.
Please note that our selection packs are not available on our Next Working Day delivery service.
Our selection packs include six 30g bags of the following teas:
Lapsang Souchong Tea
Sourced from the beautiful Wuyi Mountain region of China's Fujian Province, this fine black tea has a distinct smoky aroma and taste, created from methods used during the drying process. Leaves are dried over pine wood fires to develop complex woody notes, complementing their natural flavours, and resulting in a delicious, well-balanced and robust tea. Lapsang Souchong can be served on its own, with lemon, or milk and sugar to taste.
Ceylon Orange Pekoe Tea
Offering up complex flavours, a subtle sweetness and a lovely crisp bitterness, Ceylon Orange Pekoe is well-balanced and can be enjoyed all through the day. Made from the golden-tipped Pekoe tea, this is best served as a black tea, but can also be enjoyed with a drop of milk.
Darjeeling Leaf Tea
Produced in the warm, humid climates of West Bengal, where fresh, clean air imbues the leaves with delightfully floral aromas, Darjeeling Tea Leaf is an excellent, light tea that offers up delicate fruit flavours, which are characterised as Muscatel, in reference to the Muscat variety of grape.
Rose Pouchong Tea
Made from a delicious blend of top quality, fresh leaves, Rose Pouchong is a light and aromatic tea, that offers delicate flavours, subtle melon fragrances and wonderful floral notes.
Assam Leaf Tea
This large leaf tea produces a delightful amber brew that reveals bold, full flavours. Perfect when prepared with milk and sugar, Assam Leaf makes for a delicious tea that can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
Sourced from the Qimen County of Huangshan City, Keemum is a black Chinese leaf that was first produced in 1875. Creating a tea that reveals delicate fruity aromas and a subtly floral fragrance, Keemum is best served without milk or sugar, allowing the winey and fruity flavours to be truly experienced.