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Choice Organic Teas Russian Caravan Tea
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Explore the exotic with this distinctively smoky tea — a taste coveted by a 19th century Russian czar. His camel caravans traveled perilous routes from China, where nightly campfires added to the tea's heady aroma. Choice Organic Teas black tea blend marries rich Yunnan with smoked Lapsang Souchong to recreate this rousing delicacy.

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  • Organic
  • Fair Trade
  • Unbleached, natural fibre, staple- free bags
  • 100% recycled paperboard printed with plant- based ink
Ingredients: Organic Black Tea*

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Lorraine: a few months ago

Excellent smokey flavour, very smooth. The flavour lasted for 2 refills of hot water, although a lighter flavour, still enjoyable. Very different from what I am used to. I bought it for my sons school project, but will definately buy again for future use.


Bev: about a year ago

This tea is not for everyone but I love the smoky flavour!


Jennifer: about a year ago

Really tasty and smoky, I could see whiskey drinkers enjoying this.


Galina: more than a year ago

This tea has a specific taste to it, but I love it, it is the best tea


Nataliya: more than a year ago

Wasn't crazy about the taste, but i can see that this tea will have its appreciators . Very destinctive taste , of..... not sure what , but to me it was similar to ... dried forest berries . Worth to try it in my opinion.


Gillian: more than a year ago

My favourite tea. An acquired taste for sure, but worth trying.


Marilyn: more than a year ago

Tastes like ashes and smells like a campfire. Drinkable but very weird.


Joelle: more than a year ago

Add a little sugar and you get a "sweet bacon" taste!


Christina: more than a year ago

'Smoky' is right...in the most unpleasant sense. The flavour reminds me of the smell of cigarettes and ashes. This is BY FAR the worst tea flavour I have ever tried. I am an avid tea drinker but I really have no words for this one... BAH!

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