Black Tea

Black tea is fully oxidized, with a distinctive color and robust flavor.  This is the most popular type of tea on the American market. It is available in a variety of types and flavors. There are many factors that affect the tea quality and flavor: origin, time of harvesting, methods of production. Most of the black tea comes from India, China, and Ceylon. Single-estate loose leaf teas are the finest and most valuable among all. Black tea drinkers have a variety of choices from classics like English Breakfast, Assam, Darjeeling to flavored blends like Earl Grey and Masala Chai.