Three Kings

Darjeeling, Assam & Kenya

Three Kings

Three heavyweight single origin teas, magnificently mingled. This is the tea version of a rock supergroup - one of the world's greatest Assams, one of the world's finest Darjeelings and a world exclusive orthodox tea from the best black tea grower in Kenya. It's all kept in impeccable balance with heavenly notes of caramel, orange blossom and muscatel.

Ingredients: 100% Black tea leaves. To store, just reseal the pack and keep it in the cupboard. Blended and packed in the UK by Taylors of Harrogate, HG2 7LD.

Free P&P / 40g / 16 cups

Tea Type

Loose leaf black tea


Darjeeling, Assam & Kenya


Caramel, muscatel, orange blossom


Black or with milk

Darjeeling and Assam is a classic afternoon tea blend

For our tea expert Kate Halloran, making it was a tea tasting tradition when she started her career back in the 90s. So when her colleague Suzy returned from Kenya with the first ever orthodox tea from Imenti Tea Estate, inspiration struck. The result is the most premium Assam-Darjeeling blend she's ever created, with a glorious orange blossom flourish.

“ My auntie bought me some loose leaf teas and a small teapot for Christmas when I was 11. I experimented by blending them together in the pot - Darjeeling and Assam was one of my favourite combinations. ”

Kate Halloran, Tea Innovation Manager

Many consider Halmari to be the best Assam in the world

Halmari Tippy Assam is a sumptuously rich, sweet and full-bodied hand-rolled tea, picked during a six week window during the second flush season. It makes a bright russet infusion with aromas of honey and caramel and a beautifully malty flavour with hints of raspberry jam.

We think Imenti Tea Estate is the best black tea grower in Kenya

Their first ever orthodox tea, Imenti Orange Blossom, is a collaboration with Taylors. It's delicately plucked and beautifully hand rolled and the flavour is absolutely lip-smacking - a sweet mouthful of sweet biscuity flavour with a sublime orange blossom finish.

Our Darjeeling grows at high altitudes

That height makes for a cool climate, which means the tea leaves grow slowly. It allows their flavour to really develop, showcasing gorgeous natural notes of muscatel grapes - the celebrated taste profile which has made Darjeeling so famous as a tea-growing region.

Brewing tips


Boil freshly drawn water

Brew Time

3-4 minutes


Enjoy black or with milk