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Russian Caravan

£8.00 sku LTRC0614-75L | Net weight: 125g

Loose Leaf Black Tea

Origin

Russian Caravan received it's name from the tea camel caravans travelling to Russia in the 19th century.  During the journey that tea absorbed the aroma of campfires resulting in a smooth, mellow tea with a subtle smokiness.\

The Tea

Still enjoyed today all over the world, our tea contains a blend of Keemun and other fine China teas and is a black, wiry tea which produces a dark amber liquor.

FABULOUS TEAWARE AND ACCESSORIES - FOR THE PERFECT CUP OF LOOSE LEAF TEA

More about the Product

Ingredients

100% Black Tea

Blended and packed in the EU.

our brewing guidance

Use 1 rounded teaspoon per person and 1 for the pot.  Pour on fresh boiling water.  Allow to brew for 3 to 4 minutes for the perfect flavour.

doing good

With your support, Twinings helps provide access to clean water for villages across Darjeeling, helps improve mother and baby health in tea growing regions of Yunnan and helps improve health and nutrition in tea communities in Assam.

Customer Reviews

97% of customers liked this product

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Excellent

Ottimo per cominciare la giornata.

09-May-2017

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Excellent

I had never tried this before and found it to be a very high quality and robust black tea.

14-Apr-2017

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Good

This is my Aunt's favorite tea

28-Dec-2016

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Excellent

Excellent

10-Dec-2016

Tea Tasters Club - Russian Caravan

Russian Caravan name originates from the 18th century camel caravans that facilitated the transcontinental tea trade, from tea-producing areas to Russia.

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