Black Tea

Black Tea

Distinguished by the area in which they are grown, black teas have complex tastes which can be described as having notes of tannin, malt, chocolate, earth, grape or citrus. After withering, black teas are rolled to release essential oils and allow fermentation before being fired to dry. Most black teas originate from India (Assam, Darjeeling), China (Lapsang Souchong, Keemun), and Sri Lanka (Ceylon).

 

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  1. Yunnan Tea

    Yunnan Tea

    Murchie's Yunnan Tea is an exceptionally smooth tea with sweet honey notes that takes well to milk. Yunnan black tea is known for its lush, large leaves.

     

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  2. Lapsang Souchong Extra Choice Tea

    Lapsang Souchong Extra Choice Tea

    Murchie's Lapsang Souchong Extra Choice Tea contains a distinct taste produced from being traditionally smoke dried and its very large, bright leaves.

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  3. Keemun Extra Superior Tea

    Keemun Extra Superior Tea

    Murchie's Keemun Extra Superior Tea is a superior grade black tea that has a slightly fruity undertone with a hint of smokiness, and is known for its bright colour and complexity.

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  4. Keemun Extra Choice Tea

    Keemun Extra Choice Tea

    Murchie's Keemun Extra Choice is a mild, pure China black tea. Naturally low in caffeine, smooth and mild, yet with a full body and a slightly smoky aroma.

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  5. Himalayan Tea

    Himalayan Tea

    Murchie's Himalayan Tea - an autumnal flush tea from Nepal, with a deep amber cup, fresh flavour and heady floral aroma.

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  6. Golden Monkey Tea

    Golden Monkey Tea

    Murchie's Golden Monkey Tea - A fine black tea from Yunnan Province, China, featuring large, unbroken leaves interwoven with abundant golden tips.

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  7. Darjeeling Estate Tea

    Darjeeling Estate Tea

    Murchie's Darjeeling Estate Tea is a second flush black tea with a well developed flavour, sweet and smooth. When compared to a first flush, the brew is slightly darker and the tea's flavour is deeper.

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  8. Darjeeling 1st Flush Tea

    Darjeeling 1st Flush Tea

    Murchie's Darjeeling 1st Flush Tea is a single estate black tea, from the famous Margaret's Hope Estate in Darjeeling, India.

    1st Flush Darjeeling is often referred to as the 'Champagne of Black Teas'

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  9. Ceylon Uva Highland Tea

    Ceylon Uva Highland Tea

    This very high-quality black tea, grown in the Uva Highlands, yields a full-bodied, strong golden tea with a smooth pronounced taste and aroma.

     

    Also available in tea bags.

     

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  10. Ceylon Kenilworth Tea

    Ceylon Kenilworth Tea

    Ceylon Kenilworth Tea has a bright, oaky taste with body and strength. The Kenilworth Estate, located in the Kalani Valley of Sri Lanka, is known for producing teas that are prized for their creamy character and rich, full body.

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