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All About Black Tea Gift Box

All About Black Tea Gift Box is the perfect tea gift for anyone who has a particular interest in black tea. Includes eight 10g samples of our most popular black teas that are carefully selected to showcase some of the classic and unusual black tea varieties from around the world.

Our current selection for this gift box contains the following:
10g Ashikita Koshun Wakocha (Japan)
10g Assam Latumoni Royal Gold (India)
10g Darjeeling Rohini Spring Delight (India)
10g Dian Hong De Hong Ye Sheng (China)
10g Dian Hong Jin Luo Golden Snail (China)
10g Santikhiri Ruby Ruan Zhi (Thailand)
10g Sítio Shimada Chá da Vovó (Brazil)
10g Yuchi Red Jade (Taiwan)

You can now have our tea selection boxes delivered in our premium gift packaging, which consists of an embossed gift box that is lined with mulberry paper. This is perfect for gifting straight away. You can also easily add your gift message during the checkout process and we can dispatch the gift straight to the recipient.

Total tea by weight: 80g



Curious Tea All About Black Tea Gift Box contains eight small pouches of 10g each of eight different black teas from around the world. This tea selection gift box is perfect for exploring the different types of black teas. We carefully handpicked these to showcase each tea and highlight how cultivation, terroir and processing play their roles in turning the camellia sinensis plant into so many different black teas with such varied taste profiles.

We recommend purchasing this tea selection in gift packaging. This consists of an embossed gift box lined with mulberry paper that makes for a fantastic tea gift. This is the perfect way to present this unique tea gift to any tea lover.

This All About Black Tea Gift Box contains the following black teas:

Ashikita Koshun Wakocha is a characteristic Japanese black tea from Tsuge in Kumamoto Prefecture crafted from the Kōshun cultivar to create a fruity profile with minimal tannins. Sweet floral notes are complimented by a satisfying aftertaste that is a little mineral and malty.

Assam Latumoni Royal Gold is a supreme handmade Second Flush Assam from a small family-run estate. Beautifully golden tippy leaves produce a satisfyingly smooth amber liquor. The full and bright taste has malty, mineral and fruity notes with a tangy molasses sweetness.

Darjeeling Rohini Spring Delight is an exquisite lightly oxidised Darjeeling from Rohini Tea Estate. Mixed tippy leaves of this 2019 First Flush harvest produce a bright liquor with a pronounced mineral profile. The floral and stony flavour has almond notes and a clean, drying aftertaste.

Dian Hong Jin Luo Golden Snail from Yunnan Province of China is an award-winning tea produced by rolling tea buds into small golden coils, or snail shapes. The dark amber liquor has a savoury scent of rye and soy. The taste is sweet and malty, like a sweet bread, with notes of cocoa and molasses.

Dian Hong De Hong Ye Sheng black tea is made from an ancient wild purple leaf ‘Ye Sheng’ varietal that grows at high altitude in Dehong Prefecture. It produces an amber liquor with a sweet fruity aroma. The smooth complex taste is a little malty, tangy and spicy with notes of prunes and wheat.

Santikhiri Ruby Ruan Zhi from the Doi Mae Salong mountain area in Thailand is crafted from a Taiwanese Ruan Zhi varietal and is akin to a dark oolong. The light amber liquor has a slight fruity aroma. The smooth taste has a tangy and stony profile with notes of honey and cinnamon.

Sítio Shimada Chá da Vovó (Grandmother’s tea) is a unique artisanal tea from the Shimada family tea garden in Brazil. Large assamica leaves produce a bold liquor with a smooth and malty profile. The flavours are malty, mineral and fruity with sweet citrus notes.

Yuchi Red Jade is a highly distinctive black tea from the shores of Sun Moon Lake in Taiwan. Long twisted leaves of this Hong Yu cultivar produce a dark amber liquor. This is a complex tea, with clean, thick, savoury flavours and fruity notes of mint and eucalyptus.

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