If you prefer stronger tea, Black Tea is for you! Black Tea is the most refined for the rich and robust flavour that can be retained for several years.
Lapsang Souchong Reserve - 50g
Lapsang Souchong is also known as Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong which is grown in Wu Yi Mountain, Fu Jian Province, China. It is a smoked black tea that is traditionally dried over pinewood fires. Because of this, it comes with natural smoky and woody flavours as well as lightly sweet aftertaste.
This tea is reserve grade which is selected from premium tea leaves thus it has richer and longer lasting taste.
Golden Brow Reserve - 50g
This is a reserve grade of Golden Brow which is also known as Jin Jun Mei. It is grown in Wu Yi Mountain, Fu Jian Province, China and is one of the most sought-after teas in China. This tea is a non-smoky Lapsang Souchong that has a malty honey and woody flavour with an orange aftertaste.
Ginger Black Tea - 20 Serves
When winter arrives and cold wind starts howling, it feels so good to have a cup of black tea to warm up our hands and even stomach. With a bit of ginger, it'll make a perfect soup to keep you warm inside and the chill outside.
Yun Nan Black Tea Reserve - 50g
This is a reserve grade of Yun Nan Black Tea which is also known as Dian Hong. It is grown in Yun Nan Province, China and might be the perfect tea for winter. It is a brass orange colour, with a sweet and robust taste yet smoky aftertaste.
Golden Tip Reserve - 50g
The reserve grade of Golden Tip is grown in Yun Nan Province, China and is one of the most memorable teas in China. This tea is remembered for its bright gold colour and smoky wood taste as well as sweet aftertaste.
Yun Nan Black Tea - 50g
Yun Nan Black Tea is also known as Dian Hong which is grown in Yun Nan Province, China. This might be the perfect tea for winter. It is a brass orange colour, with a sweet and robust taste yet smoky aftertaste.