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  • Assam Broken Leaf Decaf

    $18.00 CAD for 125g
    This broken grade, decaffeinated Assam provides plenty of malty flavour and strength that is suitable to drink anytime of day from the first cup to the last. Decaffeinated using the steam pressure process.
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  • Doomni White

    $28.00 CAD for 125g
    This white tea from Assam has subtle notes of apricot and cooked sugar with a remarkable smooth, full mouthfeel. Doomni was originally a sugar plantation, and had also experimented with chicory manufacture before the first tea plantations were established around 1928.
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  • Sencha Decaf

    $21.00 CAD for 125g
    This Sencha style leaf from China infuses lemon yellow in the cup, light and tangy with notes of steamed greens. Decaffeinated using the steam pressure process.
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  • Namdang BP

    $14.00 CAD for 125g
    Quality and appearance make this a good example of an Assam manufactured by the CTC method. It cups well with milk producing an even, strong and deep coloured infusion.
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  • Ten Gardens

    $13.00 CAD for 125g
    We can't name them all! Take a step back in time to enjoy the traditional British cuppa of 100% Assam CTC tea.
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  • Chamraj FOP

    $16.00 CAD for 125g
    This aromatic spring tea from the south of India infuses smooth and round with a wonderful berry and malt sweetness. You can brew this one on the stronger side! From the Nilgiri Hills, a mountainous region of Tamil Nadu state in southeastern India.
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  • Nilgiri BOP

    $13.00 CAD for 125g
    A blend of broken leaf tea from Nilgiri, South India; these teas are brisk, pungent and full-bodied often compared to those of Ceylon.
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  • Ginger Mint Rooibos

    $14.00 CAD for 125g
    Spicy ginger and soothing peppermint combine with rooibos and fruit for a refreshing cup - great for after dinner or just a peaceful moment anytime you need it. Rooibos*, Peppermint*, Ginger*, Red Berry Blend (Rose hip*, apple*, hibiscus*, orange peel*, raspberry leaves*, red currant*,  strawberry*, and natural flavours) *From organic cultivation.
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  • Doke Black Fusion Tippy

    $26.00 CAD for 125g
    Bright, smooth with notes of sweet hay and malt, and an enduring finish of honey. Of the Assamica cultivar, this tea is hand-picked and hand-rolled. Doke Tea Estate is located on the Doke River, in the Bihar District of northeast India, near the border of Nepal. It is sometimes called 'The Land of Buddha', as Gautama Buddha spent much of his life teaching and seeking enlightenment there.  
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  • Poobong TGBOP

    $13.00 CAD for 125g
    The small, broken leaves of this first flush Darjeeling brew light and brisk with vegetal notes of cooked greens and just a tangy hint of nectarine. Enjoy added to a breakfast tea or on its own. A small garden located between the small hill stations of Sukhiapokhri and Ghoom, West of Kurseong, this garden has been producing tea since the early 1900s.
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  • Darjeeling Hoopoe Choice

    $16.00 CAD for 125g
    Tea Trader's house Darjeeling selection. Subtle floral notes underlie a smooth, fruity, aromatic cup with good colour and sweetness.
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  • Margaret’s Hope FTGFOP1 Muscatel

    $24.00 CAD for 125g
    This summer tea brews a light golden-amber colour with a full, syrupy mouthfeel. Earthy orange notes eventually give way to a light muscatel finish. Margaret's Hope gets its name from Lady Margaret, the daughter of the garden manager Mr. Cruikshank. Lady Margaret loved the garden and promised to return to it from England. Unfortunately she died of a tropical disease on the way back and her hope remained unfulfilled. Formerly known as Bara Ringtong, the garden was then rechristened as Margaret's Hope.
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