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.

    Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

    Also available in loose tea.

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  2. 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.

    Very Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

    Also available in loose tea.

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  3. Darjeeling Pure Tea

    Darjeeling Pure Tea

    Murchie's Darjeeling Pure Tea is a black tea from a single day's plucking, processed to a "soft wither". Darjeeling lovers will instantly recognize the superb quality and distinct flavour.

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

    Medium-Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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  4. Keemun Pure Tea

    Keemun Pure Tea

    Murchie's Keemun Pure Tea is from Qimen County, Anhui Province.

    Keemun teas are known for delicate, finely rolled leaves, and complex layers of flavour, which may include fresh or dried fruit, wine, nuts, vanilla and a hint of smoke in a very smooth cup.

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  5. Lapsang Souchong Tea

    Lapsang Souchong Tea

    Murchie's Lapsang Souchong Tea is smoke-dried over pine wood fires to impart its signature robust smoky aroma.

    The hue is golden amber - the flavour mild, slightly sweet, and smoky.

    Medium-Strong Tea | Murchie's Tea & Coffee

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