One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A type of black tea made from young leaves.
- ‘Customers might be lucky to receive a bag of orange pekoe and a cup of tepid water.’
- ‘Offering somebody a mug of bag-brewed Nambarrie just doesn't have the same ring as a pot of single estate, broken orange pekoe.’
- ‘But if you enjoy black tea (like orange pekoe or Earl Grey), you can enjoy it more.’
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