All Loose Tea - Alphabetically

All Loose Tea - Alphabetically

Murchie's uses only the finest quality loose leaf teas available to create our signature blends.

 

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  1. Scottish Breakfast Tea

    Scottish Breakfast Tea

    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.

    Very Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

    Also available in tea bags.

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  2. Russian Caravan Tea

    Russian Caravan Tea

    Murchie's Russian Caravan Tea is a blend of black teas and smoky Lapsang Souchong which recreate the campfires and brisk, starry nights experienced by the caravans carrying tea to the Russian Czar.

    Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  3. Royal Alberta Museum Tea

    Royal Alberta Museum Tea

    Murchie's Royal Alberta Museum Tea is a bold, black blend of Assam and Ceylon teas that works well with hard water. It was commissioned by the Royal Alberta Museum to commemorate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's 2005 visit.

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  4. Rose Congou Tea

    Rose Congou Tea

    Murchie's Rose Congou Tea is a classic, scented tea. Fine Congou black tea is withered with beautiful rose petals, to create a visual and fragrant masterpiece.

    Medium-Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  5. Rideau Hall Tea

    Rideau Hall Tea

    Murchie's Rideau Hall Tea is a superb blend of Ceylon, Darjeeling, Himalayan, Assam and Yunnan black teas, blended and named with national pride for the Governor General's official residence in Ottawa, Canada.

    Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

    Also available in tea bags.

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  6. Raspberry Tea

    Raspberry Tea

    Murchie's Raspberry Tea is a sweet blend of black teas and the fresh picked taste of ripe raspberries. Amazingly fragrant, the fine, smooth black tea is a perfect base for juicy raspberry taste!

    Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  7. Queen Victoria Tea

    Queen Victoria Tea

    Murchie's Queen Victoria Tea - First blended in honour of Queen Victoria, this is one of Murchie's oldest blends: rich Darjeeling and Ceylon, smoky Lapsang Souchong and sweet Jasmine. Truly timeless.

    Medium-Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  8. Princess Blend Tea

    Princess Blend Tea

    Murchie's Princess Blend Tea is a floral, fruity blend in honour of princesses everywhere!

    Medium-Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  9. Prince Charles Blend Tea

    Prince Charles Blend Tea

    Murchie's Prince Charles Blend Tea is a long-time fan favourite, originally blended in 1981 to commemorate the Royal Wedding of Charles and Diana. It is a unique blend of Ceylon, Darjeeling, Keemun and Assam black teas that results in a very strong, flavourful cup!

    Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  10. Pomegranate Rooibos

    Pomegranate Rooibos

    Murchie's Pomegranate Rooibos - The sweet nectar of pomegranate combined with the nutty flavour of Rooibos creates a refreshing, caffeine-free drink that is great hot or iced!

    Medium-Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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