Introducing three delicious teas, for three types of tea drinker.
For ages now, we have been asking ourselves, “Why is the Orange Pekoe tea offering on retail shelves so stale?” (Literally and figuratively). Certainly this question has also crossed your mind, dear reader.
From the fannings and dusty tea particles packed into plastic-sealed tea bags, to flimsy shrink-wrapped paper cartons that do little to maintain freshness, 'Orange Pekoe' (a uniquely Canadian marketing term) has been long overdue for a reboot.
Learn more about the genesis and unique sustainability story of these teas here.
Pluck Pekoe Varieties:
Milk in first? Milk in second? It matters not. You may not add milk at all! You’re a straight-up kind of person looking for a light and refreshing tea with minimal astringency.
You’re a lover of the classics, but you seek something beyond your grandmother’s tea. (Of course, you’ll drink it if she serves it to you, because that’s only polite.) An elevated, smooth and balanced take on a classic Orange Pekoe. Milk, sugar, lemon, or straight up - it’s up to you!
You are a serious tea lover who seeks a full-flavoured steeping experience. You might have strong opinions about things. (Especially tea.) This tea delivers on intensity, and is a full-bodied blend for fans of strong black teas. Excellent with milk.