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.
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.
Murchie’s Queen Victoria Tea includes rich Darjeeling and Ceylon, smoky Lapsang Souchong and sweet, floral Jasmine – some of Queen Victoria’s favourite teas when she was in residence at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Originally blended by John Murchie in the 19th Century, this is one of Murchie’s oldest blends and truly timeless.
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, Himalayan, Keemun and Assam black teas that results in a very strong, flavourful cup!