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Discovery Collection Rose Garden Black Tea - Pyramid Tea Bags

£6.50 sku PLRGB1014 | Net weight: 37.5g

3 for 2 on Loose Leaf Tea & Loose Leaf Pyramids - use code: LOOSE

The Rose Garden Black Tea from the Discovery Collection is a delightful China black tea scented with rose flavour and with rose petals. The beautifully designed box contains a lovely little golden bag of tea.

The late summer sun warms the walled garden of an English country house. The air hangs heavy with the scent of a thousand roses - a moment to savour. Our Master Blenders thought so, and created a rose-flavour black tea, with a scattering of beautiful rose petals. However hectic your day is proving to be, it will bring a delicious summery pause to your afternoon.

"Perfect little gift - great for all occasions throughout the year"

More about the Product

Ingredients

Black Tea, Rose Petals (2%), Flavouring.

how to serve

We believe that how you make your tea is equally as important as the tea you use, so here's how we like to make our tea.
  • Use one rounded teaspoon per person
  • Use water at a “rolling boil” around 100ºC
  • Pour on and brew for 2 to 3 minutes
  • Best drunk black
And, for freshness every time, keep your tea somewhere cool, dark, dry and airtight!

Customer Reviews

96% of customers liked this product

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Excellent

My favourite tea! Very attractively packaged.

09-Aug-2019

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Excellent

This tea is amazing. Wish I could buy it at my supermarket.

06-Aug-2019

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Excellent

already answered in previous box

12-Jul-2019

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Excellent

Deeply fragrant, delicious tea. Arrived promptly & neatly packaged.

05-Jul-2019

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