black & pu-erh
The second most popular drink - water is the first - tea is enjoyed by people in almost every nation on earth. The tea leaves that are used to make all of Thay Tea’s black teas are hand-plucked and skillfully processed at some of the oldest tea plantations in the world.
Summer Merlot – organic
Succulent summer fruits combined with smooth black tea make you feel like you’re sipping wine at the vineyard. Grapes, apples, and marigold flowers with a peach finish. Corkscrew not required.
Licorice – organic
Star anise and natural licorice essence blended with a full leaf Sri Lankan black tea. This tea is slightly sweet, naturally, with a tiny cinnamon kick at the end. Fantastic.
One of the most popular tea blends, English Breakfast provides a robust full-bodied cup of tea, with hints of malt and smokiness. This delicious blend can be enjoyed at breakfast or throughout the day.
Irish Breakfast – organic
When looking for a strong breakfast tea, look no further. If you find that the spoon actually does stand up in the tea – then you’re drinking it a tad too strong.
This tea has a beautiful twisted wiry leaf and offers a smooth, rich cup. Good with or without milk.
ORGANIC FAIR TRADE
A wonderful example of a high grown Sri Lankan black tea. Its finely twisted leaves produce a beautiful mahogany infusion. Smooth and brisk, this has all the characteristics that Ceylon teas are famous for.
Darjeeling Second Flush – Organic
Known as the “champagne of teas”, Darjeeling is prized for its delicate muscatel flavour. Its tea leaves are hand-plucked only three or four times per year, making them a rare and prized possession.
Pu-erh – organic
Processed in a completely different way than traditional teas, Pu-erh is a naturally aged tea that the Chinese have been drinking for over a thousand years. Our Pu-erh is loose leaf style and has a deep earthy aroma. The infusion is almost opaque, a beautiful dark chocolate brown.
Yunnan – organic
Fair Trade. A pleasant Chinese black tea full of golden tips with an earthy rich taste. Tea has been grown in Yunnan Province in China for almost 2000 years.
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