We choose the high-pressure CO2 method of decaffeination for our teas as it keeps more of the original character intact. It is a very smooth and safely decaffeinated product with a better flavour and full colour. Carbon Dioxide is a natural part of the air and physically harmless. Very acceptable on their own but my tip is to add just a few leaves of a very high-quality tea to the mix, this improves the flavour significantly whilst adding little to the caffeine levels. Decaf, decaff, however you spell it, this stuff is the best!
As low as £9.00Decaffeinated using the safe method of CO2, which also leaves more of the flavour quality in the leaf. Made with a good quality Assam broken leaf it is carefully worked to ensure the preservation of the golden tips before being safely decaffeinated. This decaffeinated-tea makes a very authentic cup of tea with a smooth but sufficiently malty and robust quality with a hint of chocolate.
As low as £9.00An anthracite coloured, long and wiry leaf which is mild and tender in taste with a copper coloured infusion and pleasant fragrance. The tea is safely decaffeinated using the CO2 technique.
As low as £10.00Decaffeinated using the safe method of CO2, which also leaves more of the flavour quality in the leaf. It is mild, with notes of flowers and honey, a copper coloured cup and pleasant fragrance.
As low as £10.00
The blend of high quality, naturally decaffeinated Ceylon tea and the best natural bergamot oil makes this hard to distinguish from the real thing. In fact, it tastes a lot better than the standard of Earl Grey you'll find in the supermarket.
PLEASE NOTE: Change of recipe. Currently made with Ceylon, not Keemun tea, as stated on packaging.