At Vintage Fork Tea shop, we have a variety of teas. With so many options, it can be a bit daunting trying to choose just one. Here we’re featuring just some of our 11 types of black tea.

Vintage Fork Blend – as the blend named after the shop, it is our most popular and for good reason. It is inspired by the tea served at the Queen of England’s annual spring party. It features both black & green tea with a hint of jasmine and cornflower, and is known as one of the most flavourful teas to come from Britain.

Lavender Earl Grey – earl grey is a classic and definitely a crowdpleaser. The hint of lavender adds a delicate floral bouquet to the tea, making it the perfect twist on a classic.

Pumpkin Spice Chai – with fall sweeping in, this tea includes ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg. It’s sure to delight if you’re a fan of pumpkin spice lattes. Try it on its own, or add some milk or cream for an autumn treat.

Raspberry Delight – a real fruitful treat! Being one of our many fruity teas, this black tea based tea features rose petals, blackberry leaves, and pieces of raspberry, ingredients that give you an even bigger boost of antioxidants. Add a touch of sugar or sweetener to bring out the berry flavour even more.

Decaf English Breakfast – decaf tea can have a bit of bad reputation based on old decaffeination processes that removed all caffeine, flavours, and natural proteins from the leaves. Luckily, some super smart Canadian food scientists, found a better way! Our tea is decaffeinated naturally via CO2, which binds to the caffeine molecules and is flushed with water, removing the caffeine and leaving all the good stuff.

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