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. Four Red Fruits
    Four Red Fruits
    Flavoured black tea -Fruity
    €6.20
  2. Darjeeling Grand Himalaya F.T.G.F.O.P.
    Darjeeling Grand Himalaya F....
    First flush Darjeeling, India
    €11.20
  3. Big Ben
    Big Ben
    Blend of black teas
    €9.90 €7.80 / 100g
  4. Chai Tea
    Chai Tea
    Flavoured black tea - Spicy
    €6.70
  5. Lorelei
    Lorelei
    Flavoured black tea - Spiced & gourmet
    €6.50
  6. Ile Maurice - Flavoured black & green teas -Fruity
    Île Maurice
    Flavoured black & green teas -Fruity
    €6.70
  7. Grand cru
    Darjeeling Castelton DJ 92 F.T.G.F.O.P.1
    Darjeeling Castleton DJ 92 F...
    Indian black tea - Second Flush 2020
  8. Grand cru
    Thé noir de Boseong - Palais des thés
    Thé noir de Boseong
    Black tea from South Korea
    €48.00
  9. Grand cru
    Mi Xiang Hong Cha
    Mi Xiang Hong Cha
    Black tea from Taiwan
    €34.00
  10. Grand cru
    Thé du lac du soleil et de la lune
    Thé du lac du soleil et de l...
    Black tea from Nantou, Taiwan
    €28.00
  11. Grand cru
    Spirit of Smoke - Palais des Thés
    Spirit of smoke
    Black tea from Thyolo, Malawi
    €15.00
  12. Grand cru
    Deang Wawee
    Deang Wawee
    Black tea from Chiang Rai, Thaïlande
    €32.00

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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