Black Tea

Black teas, that the Chinese call red tea due to the coppery colour of the infusion, are fully oxidised tea. It determines their color and flavour profile.

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  1. Big Ben G.F.O.P
    Big Ben G.F.O.P
    Blend of black teas
    €9.90 €7.80 / 100g
  2. Chai Tea
    Chai Tea
    Flavoured black tea - Spicy
    €31.83
  3. Lorelei
    Lorelei
    Flavoured black tea - Spiced & gourmet
    €6.50
  4. Ile Maurice - Flavoured black & green teas -Fruity
    Île Maurice
    Flavoured black & green teas -Fruity
    €31.83
  5. Darjeeling Puttabong F.T.G.F.O.P Second Flush
    Darjeeling Puttabong F.T.G.F...
    Black tea from Darjeeling, India
    €10.30
  6. Sam Bodhi F.O.P
    Sam Bodhi F.O.P
    Black tea from Sri Lanka
    €7.40
  7. Yunnan d'Or
    Yunnan d'Or
    Black tea from Yunnan, China
    €18.50
  8. Qimen Da Bie
    Qimen Da Bie
    Black Tea from Anhui, China
  9. 30%
    Earl Grey Impérial
    Earl Grey Impérial
    Flavoured black tea - citrus
    €29.45
  10. Spring of London
    Spring of London
    Flavoured black tea - citrus
    €58.43
  11. Breakfast
    Breakfast
    Blend of black teas
    €28.50
  12. Saint James O.P.
    Saint James O.P.
    Black tea from Sri Lanka
    €7.00

Black tea

 

Legend has it that in the 17th century, a cargo of green tea arrived in London after a particularly long voyage from China. The tea had oxidised in the chests and had turned black. The British loved the flavour and began requesting it.

Black teas, that the Chinese call red tea due to the coppery colour of the infusion, are fully oxidised tea. It determines their color and flavour profile.

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