Murchie's Spring Bud Yellow Tea is very delicate, mild and sweet.
Historically, the colour yellow has a strong significance in China – it was reserved for the royal court such as the emperor’s robes. Thus, even today, yellow tea is considered a gift worthy of royalty.
Murchie's Scottish Breakfast Tea is highly recommended for lovers of Irish Breakfast, Prince Charles or other strong black teas, as well as people who really enjoy a good, brisk cup of tea to start their day.
Murchie's Russian Caravan Tea takes its name from the special caravans that were once commissioned to carry teas by camel over the desert to the Russian Czar and has bright flavours with a hint of smoke.
Murchie's 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.