“Everybody in St Mary Mead knew Miss Marple…"
This was the fictional village created by popular crime fiction author Agatha Christie. The quaint, sleepy village was home to the renowned detective spinster Miss Marple. Miss Marple's St. Mary Mead is described in The Murder at the Vicarage as being in the fictional county of Downshire. Miss Marple lives in Danemead Cottage, the last cottage in Old Pasture Lane and the telephone number is simply "three five" on a manual exchange!
Victoria Sponge Green Tea. You cannot get more British than this, a big slice of buttery sponge, with a dash of strawberry jam and just a hint of buttercream, exactly what would be served up with a good cup of afternoon tea in the English village of St Mary Mead. This blend has a wonderfully balanced flavour, of gentle green tea, with the added pleasure of strawberries and vanilla.
Chinese Green Tea (45%), Freeze Dried Strawberry, Apple Pieces, Rosehip, Sunflower Petals, Calendula Petals, Natural Flavouring. Naturally contains caffeine.
Net Weight: 25g.
***PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO SUPPLY ISSUES, THE TINS WILL BE PRESENTED WITH A SOLID LID INSTEAD OF A CLEAR LID ***
If you prefer you can replace the default 'St Mary Mead Tea’ with 5 of our eco-friendly pyramid teabags, filled with traditional English Breakfast tea.
Dimensions of Tin: Height 3cm, Diameter 8cm. All teas are blended to order and will be good for at least 12 months from order date.
Due to manufacturing processes, this tea may contain traces of Cereals containing gluten, tree nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, milk, soya, mustard and sulphur dioxide (>10mg/kg). (sulphur dioxide is used to preserve all dried fruits and prevents th