Introducing a great black tea blend - our Dickensian-Connoisseurs Blend:-
The home town of our little tea company was dear to Charles Dickens heart, he wrote David Copperfield and residing in Fort House which was later re-named Bleak House. With this in mind we decided to blend a tea that would hopefully reflect the life and times of Dickensian England.
From that starting point we selected very high quality and distinctive flavour black teas. The balancing of these was pretty difficult as we didn't want one flavour to overpower another. What you will have is a rich flavoursome black tea, with a gentle golden cup, certainly one for a tea connoisseur appreciating the fine and varied flavours of wonderful black teas..
Chinese Yunnan black tea, Chinese Mao Feng black tea, Indian 1st Flush Darjeeling
Naturally contains caffeine
How to Brew:
Take a teaspoon per cup (2 for a mug). Boil freshly drawn water, infuse leaves for three minutes and drink with or without milk add sugar as per your taste.
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