Rich Teas For Gentlemen
Monday, 1 August 2016 | The Tea Makers of London
Explore rich teas with intensely deep flavours
Forget all about mild herbal teas, flowering teas and delicate white teas.
In this Tea Journal entry, we explore strong, rich and malty teas for gentlemen and tea connoisseurs.
Zenshi Glass Teapots with Stainless Steel Infusers for Stylish Gentlemen
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|800ml Tea Expert Easy Teapot ||900ml Zenshi Glass Teapot || |
800ml Tea Expert Easy Teapot
Our Tea Expert Glass Teapots are practical and easy to use anywhere. Going through the motions of loose leaf tea brewing can be very joyful and calming - especially if you have the right equipment. Being able to see the tea as it brews is the great advantage of using glassware. By assessing the colour of the tea as it steeps, you'll be able to brew the tea to the exact strength that meets your individual preference. The teapot is made from mouth blown, heat-resistant and durable borosilicate glass.
900ml Zenshi Glass Teapot
This practical teapot has a very modern design and - with its flip-lid - it is very easy to use and quick to clean. It is great for making a quick pot of tea in the morning and work best with small and medium leaf teas. The teapot is made from mouth blown, heat-resistant and durable borosilicate glass. In addition to its multi-functionality, the teapot has a very modern and stylish design.
Japanese Tea for One Set
This black porcelain tea for one set is ideal for enjoying your favourite Japanese tea during a quiet moment in your day.
Special Loose Leaf Teas for Tea Lovers
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|Tarry Lapsang Souchong - No. 24 ||Ceylon Adam's Peak - No.04 ||1990 Imperial Aged Pu-erh - No. 81 ||English Breakfast - No. 01 |
Tarry Lapsang Souchong
Tarry Lapsang Souchong gains its unique character from the smoke of high-quality Chinese pinewood.
Lapsang Souchang has become a very popular tea - especially to those who also appreciate single-malt Scotch whiskey and fine cigars. Its smoky flavour is often considered assertive and bold.
Our Tarry Lapsang Souchong has a large, open, black leaf with a sharp note of smoke.
Ceylon Adam’s Peak
The smooth and delicate taste of this exquisite tea can be attributed to the unique weather pattern of the Adam’s Peak Tea Estate, Sri Lanka where it is grown. Situated 7000 ft above sea level, the misty-morning mountain dews and long periods of dense sunlight are what endow this Extra Special FBOPF tea with its sublime flavour. Bursting with silvery tips and the tenderest of buds, this is an exceptional tea to be taken mid-morning or afternoon and is particularly flavoursome when taken with a little milk.
Royal Pu-erh, also known as ‘Palace Pu-erh’, is traditionally a tribute tea to the imperial court of China. The tea has a high concentration of golden buds. It is aged for 8 years to bring out a distinctively earthy flavour.
Our English Breakfast tea imparts a beautifully smooth yet reviving flavour, providing a wonderful start to your day. The tea is a blend of teas from three different tea gardens in Ceylon (Sri Lanka). Drinking a blend of black teas is a longstanding British custom. This speciality version of a classic tea has an exceptionally delicious flavour and a beautiful and distinctive aroma.
Darjeeling 2018 First Flush Black Teas for Tea Connoisseurs
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|Rohini First Flush FTGFOPI Darjeeling ||Niroula's Pine Oak Smoky First Flush Darjeeling ||FF Darjeeling House Blend ||Margaret’s Hope Second Flush |
Rohini First Flush FTGFOPI Darjeeling - 2018 Harvest, No. 29 (no longer available)
The exquisite leaves of our revered first flush Darjeeling tea are plucked immediately after winter when the plants are bursting with succulent flavour. The leaf infuses to a gleaming, golden-yellow liquor with a smooth and subtle structure. Imparting the very finest astringency and well-loved, nuanced floral aroma that are characteristic of this well-loved tea. Our spring flush Darjeeling can be enjoyed at any time of the day, with or without milk.
Niroula's Pine Oak Smoky First Flush Darjeeling - 2018 Harvest, No. 33 (no longer available)
This unique Pine smoked 2018 Darjeeling comes from Niroula’s Tea Farm, located at Poobong, Darjeeling, a new micro tea processing unit of organic Darjeeling tea initiated to deliver quality and healthy orthodox tea to tea lovers. Delicately fruity note of Darjeeling mixed with the smoke of pine oak is a perfect partnership. Produces a bright amber liquor with a smoky aroma.
FF Darjeeling House Blend, No. 08
The succulent, silvery leaves of this Darjeeling loose leaf tea offer a gentle sweetness and refreshingly astringent flavour, which can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
Margaret’s Hope Second Flush FTGFOPI Darjeeling, No. 03
Our innately superior version of this much-loved loose leaf tea hails from the Margaret’s Hope Tea Garden; nestled at the foot of the Himalayas. Our sublime Margaret’s Hope Darjeeling second flush (FTGFOP1) is a lighter tea with hints of muscatel. With a clear amber liquor, this tea can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
Winter Blends for a Sweet Tooth
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Assamica Chocolate Spice, No. 301
This Indian black tea from the revered Assam region has a deep and malty flavour complexity and is the perfect winter tea. Assam is famous for its outstanding black teas and is one of only two places in the world that has its own native tea plant - ‘Camellia Sinensis Assamica’. Cocoa bits give the tea a distinctive note of rich, dark chocolate, making this blend an indulgent treat for all the sense. The roasted chicory root adds a toasty back note and, with the addition of warming ginger, cardamom and black pepper, this tea has a distinctive wintery flavour and a beautiful seasonal aroma. Enjoy as it is or with a splash of milk.
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