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China Orange Pekoe

China Orange Pekoe
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This blend of northern Chinese black tea is smooth, flavorful and a great value. Serve hot or iced.

If you are creative, this is a good base tea to blend with herbs or dry fruits.

Contrary to a popular misconception, Orange Pekoe, pronounced “pay-co” is not a flavored or orange scented tea but is a term referring to leaf grade/size.

China Orange Pekoe Tea Type: Black Tea

Ingredients: black tea

Origin of China Orange Pekoe : China

China Orange Pekoe Caffeine Strength:
ZeroCoffee
          

+ Black Tea Brewing Tips

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3 oz.$5.95
40 Cups,  15 cents per cup
8 oz.$14.30
100 Cups, Save 10%
16 oz.$25.40
200 Cups, Save 20%
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1 oz. Reusable Tins

3 - 8 - 16 oz
black reseal bags




User reviews

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China OP (Wednesday, April 02, 2014)
Reviewer: Barbara

This is my favorite. Bye Bye Lipton.

a great tea (Wednesday, January 22, 2014)
Reviewer: Christopher

I recommend it either hot or iced, for the price one cannot be dissapointed.

Good everyday tea (Friday, December 13, 2013)
Reviewer: Amanda

I liked this quite a bit. It has a nice smooth flavor and tastes very similar to the tea served in many Chinese restaurants.

Staple (Sunday, December 08, 2013)
Reviewer: Brian

Your cabinet should not be without. This is the standard among standards.

great tea (Sunday, November 24, 2013)
Reviewer: Christopher

I highly recommend this tea

great everyday tea (Tuesday, September 17, 2013)
Reviewer: mary

great everyday tea alone or to blend

Excellent ice tea (Sunday, July 28, 2013)
Reviewer: Cassidy

Makes an excellent ice tea! The flavor is just like what i think straight ice tea should taste like! Also a great base for home made chai!

China Orange Pekoe (Wednesday, July 03, 2013)
Reviewer: Matthew

A mild tea. Easy sipper.

great sandby (Friday, May 13, 2011)
Reviewer: Ryan

To me this is the obvious step-up from lipton. I usually make iced tea from China OP.

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