Supreme OP, 1 lb. Loose Leaf Tea

A fine Ceylon (Sri Lanka) tea is one of the richest and most flavorful teas in the world. This tea, with its full flowery aroma and a brisk, refreshing flavor meets all of the criteria for greatness. This is our personal favorite.
SKU: 6928

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Additional Info

Description "OP" stands for "Orange Pekoe" which is a Sri Lankan classification of black tea - not a description of flavoring. To be classified as OP, the tea must be composed purely of long, pointed leaves that are plucked as the buds open into a leaf - these lending the highest quality to the tea.

This product sold as 1 pound loose tea in a sealed natural Kraft stand-up pouch.
SKU 6928
Roast Level No
Bag Weight 1 lb
Brands East India Tea
Variety No
OneCup Count No
Price $15.99

Details

Details

"OP" stands for "Orange Pekoe" which is a Sri Lankan classification of black tea - not a description of flavoring. To be classified as OP, the tea must be composed purely of long, pointed leaves that are plucked as the buds open into a leaf - these lending the highest quality to the tea.

This product sold as 1 pound loose tea in a sealed natural Kraft stand-up pouch.

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Customer Reviews (2)

Customer ReviewReview by Judie Pepin
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This tea is my favorite and reminds me so much of what my grandmother used to brew. Everyone that has tried it just loves it. (Posted on 3/24/2015)
Customer ReviewReview by Doreen
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I originally bought some on a vacation to CA and I fell in love with the smell. When I got home and I made I cup, I was hooked with the great flavor. People who I have shared some of this tea with have told me that they enjoy it as well. (Posted on 1/6/2015)

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