Black teas like this one were staples in Europe and the Americas in the 1700s. By 1839, the tea-addicted British were willing to go to war with the Chinese, who had a monopoly on tea production, to maintain trading rights for tea and silk.
Health & Well-Being Benefits:
This elegant black tea gets its name from its golden leaf tips, an indication of high quality. These prized leaves offer both a sweet flavor and a mild caffeine boost—great for an early-morning pick-me-up.