• Mango Noir

    20.00

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Fruity. Warm. Exotic. Smooth black tea cushioning ripe, succulent mango sends you dizzy with delight.

    Origin China, Yunnan

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Mango, caramel, malt One thing you have to know… Blended with high grade, mango fruit essence, it is bursting with deep, warm tropical fruit notes. Canton Mango Noir makes a fabulous iced tea, for something extra special, infuse in tequila and make a Mango Noir Margherita.

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 95 degrees C Time – 3 min

  • Chocolate noir

    21.00

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Cocoa-rich. Luxurious. A velvety smooth tea with decadent, dark chocolate notes to satisfy just about every craving.

    Origin of black tea: China, Yunnan India, Assam

    Origin of cocoa nibs: Peru

    Origin of vanilla pods: Madagascar

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Dark chocolate, Vanilla One thing you have to know… The deep, indulgent flavour of dark chocolate, but without the calories. A healthy alternative to hot chocolate smooth, sophisticated, velvety dark blend of Assam and Yunnan black teas include Peruvian cocoa nibs, and Madagascan vanilla pods from a small co-operative.

    BREWING INDICATIONS

    Temperature – 95 degrees C

    Time – 3 min

  • Triple Mint

    20.00

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Herbaceous. Icy. Invigorating. The essence of three freshly- crushed mints hits you with a cool, tingling sensation.

    Origin Egypt, Bulgaria, United Kingdom

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Fresh mint, citrus One thing you have to know… Mint has been used for thousands of years for its ability to aid digestion. Peppermint and spearmint are blended with lemon balm, a mint with a citrus hint. Finally misted with pure black peppermint mint oil, grown and distilled on Summerdown Farm in Hampshire.

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 95 degrees C Time – 4 min

  • Chamomile

    20.00

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Apple-sweet. Silky. Slumberous. Relax. Take a sip and a snooze in a sun-kissed summer meadow.

    Origin Croatia

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Apple, honey One thing you have to know… Chamomile has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years. The ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans used it for its calming effects. Harvested from a farm in Croatia where the unusually small flowers have a higher concentration of essential oils.

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 95 degrees C Time – 4 min

  • Wild Rooibos

    21.50

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Honeyed. Tribal. Rich. Warm notes of vanilla and sandalwood, harvested from the sunbaked African earth. Naturally caffeine- free.

    Origin Wuppertal, Western Cape, South Africa

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Date, Vanilla, fruit cake One thing you have to know… Rooibos comes from a scrub-like bush that is native to the arid Cederberg region. Like, tea the leaves are oxidized to turn them coppery red, it is then dried under the hot African sun. A small co-operative in Wuppertal harvest the leaves providing this small remote community with their main source of income.

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 95 degrees C Time – 4 min

  • Berry and hibiscus

    20.00

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Blackcurrant. Juicy. Nostalgic. A scarlet explosion of intense ripe forest fruits. Deliciously three dimensional.

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Black currant, Cranberry One thing you have to know… Try cold infusing Canton Berry and Hibiscus for a twist on the traditional, super refreshing Mexican drink, Agua de Jamaica. Also great for kids. The blueberry, strawberry and blackcurrant flavours come from nothing but blueberry, strawberry and blackcurrant natural fruit extracts.

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 95 degrees C Time – 4 min

  • Lemongrass and ginger

    19.50

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Citrus-sweet. Harmonious. Vivifying. Hot and spicy in winter, ice cool in summer this herbal beauty delivers all things to everyone.

    Origin of lemongrass: Egypt

    Origin of ginger root: China

    Origin of liquorice: Spain

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Cedar wood, ginger zest One thing you have to know… Canton Lemongrass and Ginger herbal infusion works perfectly as a Thai- inspired iced tea, add rum and make it into a cocktail.

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 95 degrees C Time – 4 min

  • Jasmine Pearls

    19.00

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Honeysuckle. Fragrant. Intoxicating. Get carried away by exotic florals hovering over the sweetest green tea.

    Origin Yunnan and Guanxi Provinces, China

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Jasmine, honeydew melon One thing you have to know… Each individual pearl is made up of one bud and two leaves of hand-picked green tea, which are rolled by hand and wrapped in tissue paper before drying. The pearls are blanketed with a thick layer of fresh jasmine blossoms which release their aroma overnight. Each morning the flowers are blown away and fresh blossoms are heaped over the tea. Repeated six times the tea takes on the jasmine’s heady aroma.

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 75 degrees C Time – 3 min

  • Jade Green Tips

    19.50

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.Cut grass.

    Succulent. Verdant. Fresh spring greens meet asparagus and make hay while the sun shines.

    Origin Chun’an County, Zhejiang Province, China

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Cashew, green asparagus, chestnut One thing you have to know… Jade Green Tips aka Mao Jian is an excellent entry level green tea. It’s soft and easy drinking, hand-picked from tea bushes growing high up in the fresh mountain air where the flavour in the leaf is concentrated by plenty of soft rain, warm days and cool nights. Hand-rolled in a hot dry wok the tea master creates the characteristic twisted shape.

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 70 degrees C Time – 3 min

  • Darjeeling

    21.00

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Muscatel. Bright. Ethereal. Chinese tea bushes thrive in the Himalayas and yield this sparkling ‘Champagne of teas’.

    Origin Singell Estate, Darjeeling, India

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Muscatel grape, dried raisin One thing you have to know… Canton Darjeeling high-grade tea is a second flush Darjeeling. This refers to the second picking season of the year (May-June). Second flush Darjeelings tend to be darker and richer than first flush and considered more premium.

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 95 degrees C Time – 3 min

  • Earl Grey

    17.50

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Bergamot. Velvety. Harmonious. Classic English elegance, exalted by heady botanical citrus notes.

    Origin of black tea: Hunan Province, China; Assam and Nilgiri, India

    Origin of bergamot oil: Calabria, Italy

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Citrus, cedar wood One thing you have to know… Cheap Earl Grey teas use synthetic flavouring , Canton Earl Grey high-grade tea uses 100% pure cold-pressed oil from Calabria from the peel of the bergamot fruit (a citrus fruit closely related to the bitter orange and lemon).

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 95 degrees C Time – 2min

  • English Breakfast

    16.50

    50 pyramids. Plastic free plant based material.

    Big. Beautiful. Exuberant. Congratulations. You have discovered the ultimate English Breakfast blend tea.

    Origin Kaprochua & Kaimosi Estates, Kenya; Rukeri Estate, Rwanda; Khongea Estate, India; Yunnan Province, China

    TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Malt, cocoa, raisin English Breakfast is typically a black tea blend from various origins. One thing you have to know… The lovely, high quality teas selected for Canton English Breakfast are much softer than those found in your average teabag. It’s smooth and sensational taken black; just brew for 2 min.

    BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 95 degrees C Time – 2min