A rich and intense malty black tea with a hint of smokiness reminiscent of the campfires along the long tea caravan journeys in days gone by. It is blended by us in London using tea grown naturally on small family farms in India and China.
The idea for this blend started when we tasted the very first Assam from Pallab Nath which had been mistakenly smoked during processing and thought how well it would work as a Caravan tea. It’s tobacco/campfire smokiness blends well with the Sri Lankan Rainforest Tea and the Original Lapsang to recreate the unintentionally smoked Chinese teas that the Russians and Europeans fell in love with.
Brew with freshly boiled water and a teaspoon of tea per cup and take with or without milk.
Rainforest Tea Handunugoda Small Farms, Galle, Sri Lanka
New Assam Batch #10 Pallab Nath, Sonitpur, Assam, India
Original Lapsang Mr Xiang’s Tea Farm, Gua Dun, Tong Mu, Wuyishan, China
SIZE OF FARMS
11 acres (average)
PLANTS AND PROCESSING
Blend of Camellia Sinensis Sinensis and Camellia Sinensis Assamica
95-100°C, 3-4g per 150mls, with or without milk.