Black Tea Gift
Treat yourself or a friend to three artisan black teas elegantly packaged in our clear top re-usable tins and gift box.
Included in the set:
Golden Monkey: our organic Golden Monkey is made in the traditional style - more to the look of the fur of a Monkey. The result is a round, full-bodied tea with cocoa and malt tastes that are evident with the first steep. An excellent breakfast tea, it can take milk and sugar.
Jasmine Jewel: a special, handmade jasmine-scented black tea made using the high-grade Mei Zhan varietal. A full bodied black tea, robust and full-bodied offering a wonderful cup to be enjoyed most any time.
Yunnan Black: an organically grown black tea offering a husky aroma and a malty taste with just hints of spicy notes. Full bodied, the leaves are speckled with golden buds giving your cup sweet and creamy notes. Excellent tea served for breakfast!
Silk Road Teas is an award-winning purveyor of rare and artisan teas. Every year, we travel extensively in China, visiting small farms, out-of-the-way tea markets, cooperatives and specialty tea companies to find teas that offer our customers the highest quality and a distinctive taste experience. As a result, our teas are widely recognized for their variety and unparalleled quality. Quite simply, you won't find a finer tea anywhere. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Supporting adults with disabilities
Silk Road Teas is more than just tea. We are committed to giving back to our community by providing jobs packaging our teas to disabled adults. As the older brother of a disabled person, Ned Heagerty, Silk Road Teas President, recognized the challenges and limited opportunities disabled adults face. So he wanted to make a difference. It is a small step, but it is an action we believe in and will continue to follow. Recently, we were honored by receiving the Employer of the Year Award from Integrated Community Services (ICS) for our commitment to employ persons with disabilities.
Selected by the finest shops and restaurants
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