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Getting to Know - Black Tea

Black tea is undoubtedly the most commonly drunk type of tea worldwide. Popular black teas include Ceylon from Sri Lanka, Darjeeling and Assam from India and Keemun from China. Our Elder & Cream Black Tea is made with exceptional Ceylon black tea. Some of our favourite teas are made with a blend of different black teas. For example, traditional English Breakfast tea comprises of Assam, Ceylon and Kenyan black teas, while Earl Grey is usually a blend of Darjeeling, Ceylon, Assam with the addition of bergamot oil. Today we explore how black tea is produced, the different grades of black tea...

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Getting to Know - Green Tea

Over the past decade, the popularity of green tea as a health beverage skyrocketed along with a boom in the wellness industry. In particular, matcha, has achieved cult status outside of Japan. However, the neon green powder we all love is not the only type of green tea around. There are over a hundred types of green teas in the world which include Japanese green teas such as sencha and hojicha, as well as Chinese green teas such as Long Jing (Dragon Well) and Zhu Cha (Gunpowder tea). Countries such as Sri Lanka, though not known for their green teas, also...

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