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JinJunMei (Golden Eyebrow)

This black tea is Chinese black tea at its prime. It is produced at the birth place of Lapsang souchong, processed using only the tip leaves with a highly refined method.Packaging sizes: 50gm and 100gm.
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Keemun Black tea

One of the most famous Chinese Black teas. Our Keemun Black tea is produced from organic premium quality tea leaves from An-Hui province Keemum area. Packaging size: 50gm and 100gm.
From:$Au 18.10
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Yunnan Golden Tip (Dian Hong)

Yunnan Golden Tip is one of the premium Dian Hong, produced in Yunnan province of China. It is a high end gourmet black tea made of only the tip leaves for its delicate and full body flavor. Package: 50gm and 100gm.
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Lapsang Souchong

Lapsang Souchong is one of the original black teas from the Wu-Yi region of China. It has a smoky pine aroma with a trace of flower fragrance and taste of date. Packaging sizes: 50gm and 100gm.
From:$Au 15.70
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Organic Souchong

This organic Souchong is produced in the Fu Jian province of China, using premium Souchong (small bush) tip leaves organically cultivated. Packaging sizes: 50gm and 100gm.
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English Breakfast Tea

A classic English breakfast tea blended mainly from premium UVA Ceylon black tea. Packaging sizes: 50gm and 100gm.
From:$Au 8.20
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Earl Grey

A classic Earl Grey made from premium Ceylon black tea, blended with traditional bergamot orange oil. Packaging sizes: 50gm and 100gm.
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Black tea is fermented. The leaves used to make premium quality black teas are the top leaf tips.

They are actually a very dark red in color. This applies to both the dry leaves and tea liquid.

Black teas originated from the Ming Dynasty in China. The earliest black teas were from Wu Yi area (Fujian Province, south-east China), produced from small tea shrubs. It was first exported to Europe in 1610 by Poland merchants. During the mid 18th century, black tea\'s making skills were exported to India and Sri Lanka. There are currently about 40 countries in the world that produce black teas.

Black teas are produced in 12 provinces in China with many varieties. Keemun Black tea is among the most famous and is one of the top Chinese black teas.

If you are a tea lover and you think you know all about black teas - try our premium loose leaf Keemun black tea to expand your mind further.

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