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The world of single origin teas, grown on a named tea estate or garden, is completely magical. Let us take you on a flavour journey to exciting destinations around the world. The variations of climate, soil and many other geographical factors in tea producing countries such as India, Japan, Malawi, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Taiwan and China influence the flavor of their teas in profound ways. Perfect for luxury tea drinking, but also fantastic for every day.

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Lapsang Souchong - Caddy

£8.00 each

Wuyi Mountains, Fujian Province - Powerful and smoky China black tea.

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Keemun Mao Feng - Caddy

£20.00 each

Light and smooth Chinese black tea.

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High Grown Dimbula - Caddy

£20.00 each

These leaves produce juicy, bright and mouth-watering teas with a note of refreshing citrus; the liquor is a medium-bodied, coppery and fantastically thirst-quenching.

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High Grown Nilgiri - Caddy

£18.00 each

Glendale Estate, Nilgiri District. Delicious, fragrant and complex black tea.

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Low Grown Ceylon - Caddy

£12.00 each

Twisted whole leaves of rich, robust black tea.

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High Grown Uva - Caddy

£10.00 each

Uva District - Strong, intense and smooth black tea.

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Huo Shan Huang Ya - Caddy

£15.00 each

A superb yellow tea from the misty mountains of Anhui Province in East China.

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Finest Kenyan - Caddy

£12.00 each

Strong, brisk and balanced black tea.

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Tie Guan Yin Oolong - Caddy

£25.00 each

Anxi, Fujian Province - Renowned and delicate oolong tea.

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China Green - Caddy

£8.00 each

Zhejiang Province - Mellow, refreshing Sencha style green tea.

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Kangaita Estate - Caddy

£12.00 each

Mount Kenya, Kirinyaga District - Rare large leaf twists of black tea.

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Yunnan Golden Tip - Caddy

£14.00 each

Yunnan Province - Medium bodied black tea with a nutty aroma.

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Green Assam OP - Caddy

£28.00 each

Fresh tasting and lively green tea.

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Jasmine Pearls - Caddy

£35.00 each

Fujian Province - Hand rolled pearls of jasmine scented green tea.

Genmaicha - Caddy

£17.00 each

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Genmaicha is a very distinctive style of Japenese tea, noted for its slightly savoury flavour. We have chosen an excellent example from Shimizu in Shizuoka Prefecture. Coastal Shimuzu's temperate, maritime climate is perfect for growing fine tea.
 

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Nuwara Eliya Lovers Leap - Caddy

£8.00 each

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Lovers Leap estate produces some of our favourite Ceylon teas. We have chosen a large Orange Pekoe leaf grade to show off the tea at its best; the liquor is pale amber with a dry and gently floral character; while the aroma is delicate and fragrant.

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Kitabi Estate - Caddy

£8.00 each

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Rwanda, known as the 'Land of a thousand hills' is home to some very special teas. But if there's one that's our favourite, it's this wonderful black tea from the Kitabi Estate, nestling in mountains in the south west of the country near Nyungwe Forest National Park and blessed with rich soils and a constantly temperate climate.
 

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