““However rare true love may be, it is less so than true friendship.” Albert Einstein
True love and friendship can be found in this luxuriously tasting chocolate orange tea presented within our eco friendly white cardboard tubes!
Blenders Notes: Chocolate Orange Black Tea
A truly luxurious blend of black tea, real cocoa and zesty orange, two flavours that work so well together! You still know you are drinking tea, but it has subtle notes of cocoa and juicy orange.
Sri Lankan black tea, vanilla pieces, chocolate and vanilla flavouring, cocoa shells, orange peel, orange flowers, apple pieces, rosehips, hibiscus, natural orange flavour. Naturally contains caffeine.
Net weight Loose Leaf Tea 90g
IF YOU PREFER YOU MAY REPLACE THE LITERARY BLEND WITH 15 OF OUR FABULOUS, ECO-FRIENDLY PYRAMID ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEABAGS OR FOREST FRUIT TEABAGS. Simply select your preference from the WHICH TEA OPTION? Please see the below of this listing for full ingredients of the teabags!
DETAILS FOR ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEABAGS: Ingredients: Indian Assam, Sri Lankan Ceylon and Rwandan Black Teas. Naturally contains caffeine. Net Weight of each teabag 3g.
DETAILS FOR FOREST FRUITTEABAGS: Ingredients: Elderberries (26%), Apple(25%), Hibiscus, Blackberry Leaves, Sea buckthorn Berries (7%), Raspberry & Strawberry Pieces, Blackberries, Flavouring. Naturally Caffeine Free. Net Weight of each teabag 3g.
The cardboard tubes feature a slip lid that has a rolled edge, and we are thrilled to say that the tubes are fully recyclable and contain recycled material. It is wrapped with a beautiful design, with the quote to the front within an oval plaque.
Dimensions of Tube:
76(d) x 133 (h) mm. 460ml/15.6 fl oz
Due to manufacturing processes, this tea may contain traces of: Cereals containing gluten, tree nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, soya, mustard and sulphur dioxide (>10mg/kg). (sulphur dioxide is used to preserve all dried fruits and prevents them spoiling).
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