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When every sip of the brew is devoted to igniting your senses, you know it’s a one-of-a-kind tea indulgence. With an inviting range of signature black tea blends, Tea Culture of the World promises you no less!

For the ones who are new to the realm of Black tea, we have curated a ‘popular types of black tea list’. Each blend on the list is a thoughtful infusion of the finest tea leaves and exotic ingredients, plucked from renowned tea estates across the world. It is sure to serve as the perfect guide for your black tea experiences!

7 Most Popular Types Of Black Tea Blends, Curated By Tea Culture of the World

.1. Assam Leaf

From the wind-swept hilly estates of Assam, the world’s largest tea-growing region, comes this perfect breakfast tea. Botanically known as Camellia sinensis var. Assamica, this tea is native to India. Assam tea was first noticed by a European traveller in the 17th century, who recorded the use of the leaves in the diet of local Assamese.

Sip on a rich, malty amber brew of Assam Leaf, fresh from India’s sun-kissed tea estates, as you prepare to make the most of your day!

2. Darjeeling First Flush

In 1841, Dr. Campbell, the first superintendent of Darjeeling, acquired seeds from Chinese tea plants and planted them around his bungalow (known today as Beechwood). With this he gave rise to Darjeeling’s tea industry. Darjeeling First Flush teas are among the most prized, with their delicate muscatel flavour and mild astringency.

This world-famous Darjeeling tea seems to bring with it the sun-kissed warmth and aroma of India’s finest tea estates. Picked at spring time, First Flush Darjeeling Tea brews into a vibrant red infusion that delights you with its floral fragrance and subtle, refreshing flavour.

3. Earl Grey

Former British Prime Minister Earl Grey of Howick Hall, Northumberland, was gifted a fine, black tea. When he brewed it, however, he found that it had acquired a peculiar lime-like taste, from the local water. The Earl conceived the idea of adding the oil of the bergamot orange to offset the taste of lime. The blend found instant favour and the robust tea with a zesty orange twist became the world’s favourite breakfast tea.

When the world sits down to breakfast, Earl Grey is usually the tea of choice. Banish the early morning blues with a stimulating brew and allow its surprising citrusy aftertaste keep you going.

4. English Breakfast

From India’s most popular estates in Assam and Darjeeling, comes the beloved English Breakfast Black Tea. The English love a heavy breakfast, accompanied by a strong and flavourful tea. Finding malty Assam tea too strong, they started blending it with milder teas for a more balanced brew. Today, this blend has grown to be one of the most popular breakfast teas in the world.

You’ll enjoy its rich, malty aroma as it brews, and you’re sure to find its blend of strength and flavour deeply satisfying.

5. Lemongrass Classic

Black tea sourced from India’s finest tea estates of India is combined with fresh lemongrass, to create a blend that’s robust and brisk, laced with lemony sweetness. Lemongrass Classic is an ideal morning tea, but you can enjoy its robust, yet mellow flavour any time of day.

Savour the bright freshness of a summer morning with every sip of this delightful, flavored black tea. The sweet flavour of lemongrass and the robustness of rich black tea blend into the perfect brew, guaranteed to uplift the spirit.

6. Pu-erh Tea

A unique fermenting process puts Pu-erh tea in a league of its own. The leaves are fermented over years, giving them an exotic, complex flavour. As you sip the rich infusion, layer after layer of flavour is revealed, much like a wine that has aged for decades. No wonder this unusual Chinese brew has enthralled tea lovers around the world.

Take a break on a busy day and brew yourself a cup of this black tea; enjoy the burst of rich, deep taste even as you do your health a world of good.

7. Dimbula Ceylon

Named as the Land of Illusions, the Dimbula region of Sri Lanka was a densely forested region in the 1870s, where rare species of wildlife roamed and few humans ventured. When early settlers planted tea trees across its mountains, they found that the rain-fed soil and pure air gave the tea a unique flavour. Today, Dimbula owes its mythic status entirely to its wonderful tea.

This exquisite tea brings you the floral aroma, rich hue and robust flavour of the Emerald Isle. Freshly picked from Sri Lanka’s finest tea estates, the best black tea leaves are slightly twisted to extract flavour. Treat yourself to a hot cup every morning and start your day on an exotic note.

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FAQs


Is drinking black tea good for you?

Black tea reduces blood pressure and lowers blood sugar levels, reducing the risk of a stroke. It also reduces signs of premature aging. Placing black tea bags under your eyes helps reduce puffiness and dark circles. Owing to the high levels of antioxidants and caffeine that benefit hair health, black tea is fantastic for your hair as well.

Is it OK to drink black tea everyday?

Drinking black tea everyday in moderate amounts is considered harmless when it comes to an adult's health. That being said, overconsumption of anything does more harm than good. Drinking too much black tea (more than five cups a day) could have negative effects on one's health as most black tea blends contain high amounts of caffeine.

Is black tea good for skin?

Black tea works wonders when it comes to reducing signs of premature aging. Placing black tea bags under your eyes helps reduce puffiness and dark circles. Owing to the high levels of antioxidants and caffeine that benefit hair health, black tea is fantastic for your hair as well.

Is black tea good for your heart?

Yes, when consumed in ideal quantities, Black tea can do wonders to keep your heart health in check! These robust brews reduce blood pressure and lower blood sugar levels, reducing the risk of a stroke.

Is Black Tea Good for blood pressure?

If you consume caffeine in ideal quantities daily, then you do not need to worry about this. In fact, some studies show that drinking black tea may significantly reduce the blood pressure, helping you keep the risk of stroke and other heart disease at bay.