Organic Earl Grey Tea

Earl Grey is one of the most recognized flavored teas in the world. Earl Grey tea is a tea blend which has been flavoured with the addition of oil of bergamot, blue corn flower and white tips. This quintessentially British tea is typically a black tea base flavored with oil from the rind of bergamot orange, a citrus fruit with the appearance and flavor somewhere between an orange and a lemon with a little grapefruit and lime thrown in. 

Earl Grey tea is a floral and citrus based tea, and was named after Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, British Prime Minister in the 1830s and author of the Reform Bill of 1832. The Earl reputedly received a gift of an unusual tea flavored with bergamot oil. According to the Grey family, the tea was specially blended by a Chinese Mandarin-speaking individual for Lord Grey, to suit the water at Howick Hall, the family home in Northumberland, using bergamot in particular to offset the presence of lime in the local water.

Lady Grey used it to entertain in London as a political hostess, and it proved so popular that she was asked if it could be sold to others.  Earl Grey tea is a strong fragrant black tea mixed with an unusual addition of oil from the rind of Bergamot orange. This provides the unique flavor that has made it so popular. The flavor is a mixture of floral, citrus and bitter with a full bodied, malty black tea.

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Organic Keemun Red Tea

Keemun Red Tea is in the top 10 most famous tea in China. It is also known as Keemun Gongfu or Qimen Gongfu. It is known for their aromatic fragrance, red liquor color and it is top quality black tea. It is considered as a delicacy and classified as a hero tea. Known to have the aroma of China Spring rain. Produced in Qimen Country, in the Anhui Province of China and it was produced in 1875.

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Organic Masala Chai

Masala Chai is an aromatic tea that lures you in with its warmth and soothing spice aroma. In this tea you will taste notes of cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, and clove. Unlike many retail competitors, our loose leaf blend contains real ingredients.

Originally a traditional Indian spiced tea, this beverage was consumed in India by the reigning king as a healing Ayurvedic beverage. Depending on the region, Chai was served either hot or cold as a remedy for minor ailments, but did not contain black tea till the 1930s. In 1935 the British East India Company established a tea plantation in Assam in an attempt to reverse the overwhelming Chinese monopoly on the Tea Supply in Great Britain.  Because of the English love of black tea, they introduced black tea leaves into the combination of Indian spices, and created the Chai we know and love today.  

Though Chai is an amazing Tea with tons of benefits, there are still many that get this ancient combination wrong, or cut corners.  With Golden Chai we have kept all the original ingredients with an added premium black tea leaf

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Organic Vanilla Black Tea

Vanilla tea - This naturally flavored, whole-leaf black tea is smooth and rich with creamy vanilla flavor and cocoa beans.The aroma is fragrant with notes of sweet vanilla bean.

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Wisso's Organic Floral Black Tea
AED 66 AED 66

Wisso’s Organic Floral Black Tea is named after one of the greatest lady entrepreneurs in the UAE, in which we have combined her favorite teas together. This special and unique blend consists of Organic OP Grade Assam Tea, Green Tea, Rose petals, Corn Flower blossoms and Marigold flower. In also has lemon and strawberry liquid. 

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Organic Royal Darjeeling
AED 73 AED 73

Darjeeling is a very special place that produces a very special tea in India. The Organic Royal Darjeeling grade TGFOP (TOP GOLDEN FLOWERY ORANGE PEKO)  is made from the SECOND FLUSH (late May to June) of the Camellia Sinensis Tea Plant. 


These tea leaves are picked from late May to June and produce an amazing, well rounded, mature and fruity flavor of tea that is said to be less astringent and even better than the first flush. The leaves steep up a liquid that is bright with a taste that is full, round, and has an excellent muscatel character – perfect for your afternoon tea time with scones and raspberry conserve. 

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AED 27.50 AED

Assam tea is amongst the richest in the world and is named after the region of its production, Assam, in north east India. Assam tea is black tea made in the Assam region in India. Until recently, Assam was producing almost only mass market black tea. Despite its popularity and wide availability, Assam is a relatively new tea. Tea production in India started only about 200 years ago. What makes Assam tea different from other black types of tea is that, Assam tea is made from Camellia sinensis var assamica, a plant native to Assam.

This region produced about 50% of the total Indian tea, making it the largest tea industry in India and the biggest tea growing region in the world. It has about 50 000 tea producers that make almost 49 000 thousands kilogram of tea per year. Some of them are a bigger plantations that produce mass market teas, while others are small tea gardens focused on artisan and specialty tea. Small gardens are the reason why today, Assam tea is getting much more appreciation and respect.

With the popularity of loose leaf tea, Assam got a chance to show the full beauty and versatility of its native tea plant. Today, it’s possible to buy amazing white, oolong or green tea made in this region too, often high prized and unique. But most importantly, a black tea got a chance it deserved.

Assam tea is usually described as full bodied and strong with a malty flavor. Full bodied means that tea is rich and complex and is most often related to black tea. Assam tea is a common ingredient in tea blends, used to give a stronger base and depth. The flavor can range from brisk, smokey, earthy, musky and strong to a lighter cup with chocolate, cocoa, or even sweet and spicy notes.

Assam black tea is usually considered having the high caffeine content out of all black types of tea. However, not all Assam tea will have a lot of caffeine. Caffeine levels will depend on the type of plant, type of tea leaves, grade, harvesting time and brewing method. Broken Assam dust in tea bags may have more than double the amount of caffeine than loose leaf tea. Assam’s strong flavor and caffeine content is the reason why it’s a popular choice for breakfast teas.

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King of Black Tea (Golden Tips) Organic
AED 72.50 AED

A precious flush harvested from young tea plants, this single estate tea is inflected with luminescent silvery tips which are hand-selected early in the day to catch the morning dew. Delicately handrolled before being fermented in bright sunlight, this black tea boasts delightful fruity notes and a glistening golden infusion

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Organic English Breakfast Tea

The flavor of English breakfast tea is stronger and more robust than that of green tea, and many who drink it say its rich flavor brings about a sense of alertness in the morning. Depending on its maker, the taste may be slightly sweet, bitter, or malty. An excellent English breakfast tea is hearty enough to stand up to milk and sugar, the most traditional accompaniments to this blend.

This aroma of this black tea blend calls to mind the scent of freshly cut plants or vegetables, and the more fermented the leaves are, the stronger the aroma will be. Its preparation carries an added benefit: when a pot of English breakfast tea is made, its pleasant aroma often lingers in the air for an hour or two.

The taste may be slightly sweet, bitter, or malty. An excellent English breakfast tea is hearty enough to stand up to milk and sugar, the most traditional accompaniments to this blend.

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Organic Assam Golden Tips
AED 37.50 AED

Exceptionally tippy tea produced in the belt of upper Assam. The leaves provide weight and a truly malty character. The deep golden buds add richness and depth accompanied by a smooth sweet aftertaste. Tasting notes- Sweet and amber orange with notes of dates and honey.

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Organic Mango Fusion

Organic Mango Cranberry this combines tart and tangy cranberries with the rich sweetness of ripe mangos on a base of black tea leaves. Whether young or old, satisfy your cravings for something unique and flavourful with a delightful Mango Cranberry infusion.

It's the perfect companion for a hot or cold beverage, providing subtle sweetness without added sugar.

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Organic Lahijan Tea (MG Edition)
AED 22.50 AED

Lahijan, known for its ideal tea-growing climate, lends its unique terroir to each cup, resulting in a distinctive and full-bodied flavour profile.

Lahijan Iranian Black Tea is an invitation to Savor the authenticity and richness of Iranian tea culture. Each cup carries the heritage of Lahijan’s tea craftsmanship, making it more than a beverage; it’s a flavourful journey through the landscapes of tradition and excellence.

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Organic Ivan Chai Tea

Ivan Chai is apparently a name coined by foreigners, Ivan being a typical Russian name and Chai sharing etymological roots with our English word, Tea.

Ivan Chai is made from the herb of the same name and has a very pleasant taste, somehow reminiscent of tea. This magical infusion is caffeine-free and it contains a huge number of vitamins. Besides, Ivan Chai helps your digestive and nervous systems function well.

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Organic Vanilla Coco Tea
AED 37.50 AED

The pure sweet fragrance, and the sweetness of vanilla and chocolate; it is really a wonderful match. The sweetness is followed by the burnt aroma of coffee, and the after taste is very refreshing.

When it steeped, the taste of the chocolate becomes richer, with tea and cheese aroma.

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