Women who inspired our black teas

Tea is made from the camillia sinensis plant … and flavors are added from natural sources.
Black teas are oxidized and have a higher caffeine level. If you like your tea with milk … you probably drink black teas.


Grace O’Malley: Irish Mists

Grace O’Malley, the Pirate Queen of Ireland, who knew the coastal waters so well she could disappear at will, into the mists. Daughter of a County Mayo Chieftain and Sea Captain, she was discouraged from going to sea, so she cut her hair and dressed as a boy. ...

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Lakshmibai, the Rani of Jhansi: Rani Chai

"The most dangerous of all the rebel leaders." Manikarnika Tambe was born in November, 1928 in Varanasi India. 🕊She was only 4 when her mother died, and her father, a court advisor, was left to raise his children alone. 🏹 She learned horsemanship, archery, self...

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Ada Lovelace: Enchantress of Numbers

Ada Lovelace, the mathematician who wrote the earliest known algorithm. Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, commonly known as Ada Lovelace, was the daughter of the poet Lord Byron. 🎨🔬She was literally the daughter of art and science. 👾 Although her father, the...

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