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  1. Black Tea / Estate Tea - China Fuji Lapsang Souchong
    $13.21
  2. Black Tea / Estate Tea - China, Keemun 011 OP
    $8.21
  3. Black Tea / Estate Tea - India Assam Mokalbari Estate GFOP
    $9.64
  4. Black Tea / Estate Tea - India Darjeeling 1st Flush Longview FTGFOP-1
    $12.50
  5. Black Tea / Estate Tea - India Darjeeling 2nd Flush Moondakotee Estate FTGFOP-1
    $11.07
  6. Black Tea / Estate Tea - Sri Lanka (Ceylon) Kenilworth OP
    $10.36
  7. Black Tea Blend - Earl Grey Extra Fancy OP
    $8.21
  8. Black Tea Blend - English Breakfast Extra Fancy OP
    $9.64
  9. Black Tea Blend - Irish Breakfast Extra Fancy
    $9.64
  10. Black Tea Blend - Masala Chai
    $10.36
  11. Black Tea Blend - Russian Caravan Blend
    $9.64
  12. Black Tea Flavored - Black Currant
    $9.64
  13. Black Tea Flavored - Ginger
    $8.93
  14. Black Tea Flavored - Mango
    $9.64
  15. Black Tea Flavored - Orange Spice
    $9.64
  16. Black Tea Flavored - Vanilla
    $9.64
  17. Bromley's® 10/100 TB Estate
    $24.50
  18. Bromley's® 12/48 TB Decaffeinated
    $22.50
  19. Bromley's® 6/24 TB Cool Mountain Mint
    $13.00
  20. Bromley's® 6/24 TB Darjeeling
    $13.00
  21. Bromley's® 6/24 TB Decaffeinated Green
    $13.00
  22. Bromley's® 6/24 TB Decaffeinated Orange Pekoe
    $13.00
  23. Bromley's® 6/24 TB Earl Grey
    $13.00
  24. Bromley's® 6/24 TB Egyptian Chamomile
    $13.00
  25. Bromley's® 6/24 TB English Breakfast
    $13.00

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Native to Eastern and Southern Asia, Chinese legends indicate the invention of the tea beverage may date back 6-thousand years, and the first recorded tea drinking dates to the 10th Century BC. The American experience with tea dates from colonial times, but then there was that unpleasantness in Boston Harbor in 1773 that changed the course of history, and the course of American drinking habits. In more recent years we have seen a new interest in tea in the United States both in traditional English style teas, tisanes, herbals, and red bush (Rooibos) teas. There is also an effort among American tea lovers to educate ourselves about traditional Japanese and Chinese tea culture, as well as the newer Masala Chai culture of India. As with our coffees, Gillies tea selection is diverse without being overwhelming. We offer a representative sampling from some of the world’s great tea gardens, and origins for you to share with your customers.
Loose Teas; Black, Green, Red Bush (Rooibos), hand Herbal Teas, Mighty Leaf® and Bromley's® Teas in Tea Bags, Gillies Long Island™ brand Ready to Brew 1 oz. Iced Tea Bags. – DNS, coffeeman teaman

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