Black Tea (Varietal/Non-Flavored)

Assam, Darjeeling, Ceylon, English Breakfast – all these are Black Teas, the most commonly known tea throughout the world.  But each is different!  Darjeeling, the “champagne of tea” is as different from Assam as Chardonnay is from Pinot Grigio.  Although they all begin as fresh green leaf, black teas get their dark color through a specific tea manufacturing process.  For more on this, read our section on Tea Basics.  You can browse by origin or name or type - just use the filters provided. For ease of navigation, we have arranged them alphabetically.  Additionally, well-known blends such as English Breakfast or Irish Breakfast are grouped under Popular Blends.

 

    • Tiger Hill Estate OP - Silver Tips Tea's Loose Leaf Tea
    • Tiger Hill Estate OP

      A very prestigious garden in the Nilgiris. A self-drinking tea. Not as strong as an Assam, stronger than Darjeelings. Good with or without milk. Use 1 tsp. leaf per 8 oz. cup. Pour boiling water over leaves. Steep 4-5 mins. Milk may be added.

      $ 4.37
    • Yunnan Royal Gold - Silver Tips Tea's Loose Leaf Tea
    • Yunnan Royal Gold

      Hand-twisted, the most gorgeous Yunnan we have seen! Exquisite in appearance and taste. Impress your friends with this tea! A lingering chocolate aftertaste, wonderful! A limited edition tea. Packed in a canister. Use 1 Tbsp. leaf per 8 oz. cup.Pour boiling water over leaves.Steep 4-5 mins. Milk may be added....

      $ 11.00
    • Yunnan, China Black - Deep, rich taste, quite tippy, a good quality Yunnan Black Tea - a hearty morning cup - Silver Tips Tea's Loose Leaf Tea
    • Yunnan, China Black

      Deep, rich taste, quite tippy, a good quality Yunnan - a hearty morning cup. This is a whole leaf, grade TGFOP. Use 1 generous tsp. leaf per 8 oz. cup.Pour boiling water over leaves.Steep 4-5 mins. Milk may be added.

      $ 10.31
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