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  1. Hately Castle Blend Tea

    Hately Castle Blend Tea

    Murchie's Hately Castle Blend Tea, also known as Royal Roads University Tea is a wonderful green and black tea blend that was named in commemoration of a Vancouver Island landmark, this blend was also known as the Hatley Castle blend and originally blended at the request of the Dunsmuir family.

     

    Also available in tea bags.

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  2. Waterfront Blend Tea

    Waterfront Blend Tea

    Murchie's Waterfront Blend Tea is a Ceylon based black tea with light touches of Jasmine and Gunpowder green teas and Bergamot, creating a milder, aromatic blend with a bright lemon finish.

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  3. Editors' Blend Tea

    Editors' Blend Tea

    Murchie's Editors' Blend Tea is a rich, smooth black tea blend that is perfect to pair with a good book.

     

    Also available in tea bags.

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  4. Hatley Castle Blend Tea

    Hatley Castle Blend Tea

    Murchie's Hatley Castle Blend, also known as Royal Roads University Tea, is a wonderful green and black tea blend that was named in commemoration of a Vancouver Island landmark, this blend was also known as the Hatley Castle blend and originally blended at the request of the Dunsmuir family.

     

    Also available in loose tea.

    Click HERE for loose Royal Roads University Tea

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  5. Waterfront Blend Tea

    Waterfront Blend Tea

    Murchie's Waterfront Blend Tea is a Ceylon based black tea with light touches of Jasmine and Gunpowder green teas and Bergamot, creating a milder, aromatic blend with a bright lemon finish.

     

    Also available in loose tea.

    Click HERE for loose Waterfront Blend Tea

    Learn More
  6. Editors' Blend Tea

    Editors' Blend Tea

    Murchie's Editors' Blend Tea is a smooth black blend of Ceylon, Keemun and Yunnan teas that creates a well-rounded medium cup.

     

    Also available in loose tea.

    Click HERE for Editors' Blend Loose Tea

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  7. Balmoral Blend Tea

    Balmoral Blend Tea

    Murchie's Balmoral Blend Tea is a strong, traditional, rich blend of Ceylon and Assam teas – full-bodied with a brisk aftertaste

     

    Bright, high grade Ceylon tea blend is paired with malty Assam to make a cup that is great with or without milk: the higher Assam content makes this blend strong and dark, but smoother and less brisk than Irish or English Breakfast, making it easier to drink neat.

     

    Balmoral Castle is the Queen’s official residence (palace) in Scotland. This is where John Murchie would deliver teas to Queen Victoria, before he came to Canada and founded Murchie’s in 1894.

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