Brisk and bold, with a strong aromatic flavor, black tea is by far the most popular tea in the world. It goes through heavy fermentation and oxidization and produces a darker colour liquor with a distinct aroma and a overwhelming taste.
White tea is the least processed of all the teas, made of silvery-white fuzz that surrounds buds and tea leaves which have been steamed and dried. The brew has a silky, delicate, slightly sweet flavour that leaves you with you a lingering taste in the mouth without overwhelming the tongue.
Oolong tea is a semi-oxidized tea produced by a complex process. The term 'Oolong' is derived from it's Chinese name, which means 'Black Dragon'- describing the shape, colour and styling of the leaves. In taste, Oolong teas are earthy, dark and rich.
Made by blending aromatic spices like cardamom, ginger, cloves and cinnamon with the finest loose leaf teas from the tea growing regions of India. The Chai tea is highly flavourful and is best had with milk and sweetened with sugar.