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. Assam Pure Tea

    Assam Pure Tea

    Murchie's Assam Pure is a dark, rich tea with full-bodied, malty flavour, a hint of sweetness and a silk smooth finish.

    Assam teas are especially good where water conditions overpower more delicate teas, and are often enjoyed with milk.

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  2. Assam Superior Golden Tea

    Assam Superior Golden Tea

    Assam Superior Golden Tea is the perfect balance between brisk and mellow, with outstanding flavour and aroma.

    This Assam is classified as STGFOP1 and is full bodied, slightly sweet and malty: a great cup for special mornings.

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  3. Ceylon Decaf Tea

    Ceylon Decaf Tea

    Murchie's Ceylon Decaf Tea - Pure Ceylon tea which has undergone CO2 decaffeination to remove much of its caffeine kick while preserving that sought after Ceylon taste.

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  4. Ceylon Extra Superior Tea

    Ceylon Extra Superior Tea

    Ceylon Extra Superior is a high-grown Ceylon from the western hills of Sri Lanka.

    This very long leaf tea produces a well-rounded, brisk, bright cup.

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  5. Ceylon Fanning Tips Tea

    Ceylon Fanning Tips Tea

    Ceylon Fanning Tips: These fine tea leaves are Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings.

    The infuse quickly for a brisk, bold cup for a traditional tea bag taste with more flexibility.

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  6. Ceylon Kenilworth Tea

    Ceylon Kenilworth Tea

    Ceylon Kenilworth Tea is a bright and oaky Orange Pekoe, with body and strength.

    The Kenilworth Estate is known for producing creamy teas with rich, full body.

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  7. Ceylon Uva Highland Tea

    Ceylon Uva Highland Tea

    Murchie's Ceylon Uva Highland Tea: Grown in the Uva Highland region, this traditional Pekoe tea yields a strong amber brew with full flavour and distinct aroma.

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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.

    Often called the 'Champagne of Black Teas', this single estate Darjeeling is light, delicate, floral and ephemeral.

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  9. 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.

    2nd Flush Darjeeling is slightly darker, with more intense flavour, than 1st Flush. It is beloved for its distinctive muscatel note.

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  10. 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.

    The dried leaf is mixed black and gold, with a musky, fruity, slightly grassy aroma and produces a rich deep red-gold liquor, very round, full-bodied flavour with a slight briskness. The flavour and aroma notes for this complex tea include dried apricot or plum, honey or burnt sugar, and possibly a slight smokiness or light maltiness and it has a lingering, soft, ‘fuzzy’ finish that reminds you that you’re drinking great tea.

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