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  • Africa's Treasure (Kenya Black Tea) Africa's Treasure (Kenya Black Tea) $0.31
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    This strong flavor will dance on your tongue just like the abundant rainfalls in the fertile, Kilimanjaro foothills. This tea is colored by reddish black leaves and contains a high content of tips that presents you with a deep coppery infusion. A black tea that is not for the faint-hearted. Although it is classified as mild, the attack is lively and clear with a sweet strong flavor that will stun and excite your tastebuds.

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  • Assam Beast of the East (Black Tea) Assam Beast of the East (Black Tea) $0.31
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    Picture, if you will, the vast plains and dense rain forests of India - a land that weathers the most persistent heat and survives unimaginably torrential thunderstorms. As you would imagine, a land such as this also produces the most full-bodied, flavourful and rich tea there is available. This Assam black tea has an assertive, slightly malty flavor. It’s a fine breakfast tea due to its brisk wake-me-up flavor and it goes well with milk or lemon.

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  • Ceylon Ray of Sunlight (Black Tea) Ceylon Ray of Sunlight (Black Tea) $0.31
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    If you’re looking for a morning cuppa to satisfy your need for some “get up and go” while leaving your tastebuds as refreshed, then you’ll absolutely love this Ceylon Ray of Sunlight black tea. Ceylon, called Sri Lanka since 1972, is blessed with a warm tropical climate moderated by ocean winds. Here the tea plants grow vigorously with the right measure of sunshine and rain. The intensely refreshing flavor with distinctly citric notes of this black tea will tantalize your senses as the brisk aroma will carry you away on your own personal ray of sunlight.

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    Darjeeling Special Blend (Second Flush Black Tea) 121

    Referred to among tea lovers and experts alike as the ‘champagne’ of teas, Darjeeling Second flush is a delicious tea that certainly exceeds your expectations. Pour yourself a cup of this full bodied, dark greenish-brown tea and experience a taste sensation as powerful as the majestic mountains of its origin. A more boisterous cup than its brother, Darjeeling First Flush, this tea packs a robust, heady punch that is not for the faint of heart. Its deep, earthy tones and flavours will warm you to the core and enliven your mind and senses, while its complementing touches of honey and sweet meadow flowers is enough to satisfy any sweet tooth.

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  • Darjeeling Sunrise (First Flush Black Tea) Darjeeling Sunrise (First Flush Black Tea) $0.36
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    Begin your morning with the fragrant, floral notes of a Bengal sunrise. This tea offers you a sweet perfumed scent that will wake you up and put your spirits in a cheerful mood. A thin, medium-bodied tea is perfect to start your day, giving you a burst of energy and warming up your palette. From high quality garden teas, this first flush Darjeeling blend is hand-selected at first picking of the year and offers fresh and lively aromas. Once steeped, your tea will turn a beautiful copper hue, leaving a bold muskiness dancing in the air.

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  • English Breakfast (Black Tea) English Breakfast (Black Tea) $0.27
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    English Breakfast tea is lovingly created from a carefully selected mixture of various Indian and Ceylon teas. It is the ultimate wholesome, hearty, soul-warming tea that can be found in any honest, upstanding British household. A breakfast tea, with a long tradition in England, it has enough caffeine to provide your daily kick-start. It is a robust, full-bodied tea with light floral undertones.

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  • Golden Himalaya (Nepal Black Tea) Golden Himalaya (Nepal Black Tea) $0.36
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    Take a moment to close your eyes and imagine the invigorating, empowering climb to the very top of the towering Himalayan mountains, the feel of dancing high among the clouds. Himalaya Black tea’s fruitiness is sure to give you the same intense feeling of refreshment and inner well-being, while energizing you just as much as any mountain trek. An airy, fresh, aromatic composition is produced in small amounts in Nepalese tea gardens. With a mouth-filling body that only a high altitude-grown tea can have, this tea is perfect for those who enjoy a black tea with no astringency. Nepal teas are grown at such high altitude that the growing season is brief, and the leaf does not have the ability to become harsh or bitter.

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    Irish Breakfast (Black Tea) 122

    Have you ever wondered where the tremendously popular Irish Breakfast blend comes from and why its devotees can’t seem to get enough? The original blend was introduced in the mid 1800’s and it’s a perfect mix of black tea from Assam and Sumatra, where the lush greenery and humid conditions assist in giving this tea its malty strength. Irish are said to be lovers of a strong tea and this brew surely encapsulates a bold, full-bodied flavor that carries a robust richness and coffee-like bitterness. As it’s name suggests, this tea is a perfect breakfast highlight. It is infused with a hefty dose of caffeine that is stronger than most black teas and will give you a charge of energy any time of the day.

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  • Margaret's Hope (Darjeeling Autumnal Black Tea) Margaret's Hope (Darjeeling Autumnal Black Tea) $0.36
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    This black tea was named in memory of Margaret, the daughter of an Englishman who owned a tea garden in India. In 1930’s he sailed from England to India with his 2 daughters to visit the garden, and Margaret, the younger daughter fell in love with the estate and hoped she could return some day. But she got ill and died on the way back to England. Her father changed the garden’s name to Margaret’s Hope to honor the place that had charmed his daughter. Margaret’s Hope is a light-hearted tea full of delicate sweetness that paints a beautiful picture of hope and a peaceful retreat.

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