A very aromatic and flavoursome tea, blended from Chinese Keemun, Oolong and Indian Darjeeling.
An historic tea originating from the caravans transporting their precious cargo from China to Russia.
Traditionally this tea has a smoky element but here we have removed the Lapsang and replaced it with the ever aromatic Darjeeling tea, ideal for those who do not like the smoky undertones.
A wonderful complex cup of flavours, but with a more delicate element, ideal for an afternoon tea.
Ingredients: Chinese Keemun black tea, Chinese Oolong and Indian first 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.
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