The Capital's classic flavoured tea. Fairtrade. Before 1660, Londoners were suspicious of European tastes. But all that changed when they became royal continental tastes. Catherine of Braganza was a Portuguese tea addict, (and the wife of Charles II) who introduced the drink at court to ripples of bewigged applause. By 1760, tea had overtaken gin as the most popular drink in Britain. Now that Londoners don't need queens to tell them what to drink, and gin first thing in the morning is generally frowned upon, drinking quality teas is as much a way of life in the capital as ever. But modern tea drinkers want sophisticated, varied teas that suit their lives and their palettes, from the eccentric to the traditional. They also want to enjoy their tea knowing that the workers who plant, grow and pick it get a fair price for their crops and work in decent conditions. Find out more about the growers we work with around the world and the communities they live in at www.londontea.co.uk/growers. Tea: traded in compliance with Fairtrade Standards, total 98%. Visit www.info.fairtrade.net. Fairtrade means fairer trading conditions and opportunities for producers in developing countries to invest in their businesses and communities for a sustainable future. Facebook. Twitter. Find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter at lovelondontea. Viva! Vegan. Vegetarian Society approved. Ingredients of different origins. Packed in the United Kingdom.
The London Tea Company
20 bags [1.41 oz (40 g)] x 6
Brewing: Mug, cup, or pot; pop a bag in and pour over just-boiled water. Give it a gentle stir and two to three minutes brewing time. Enough, in fact, to investigate the 2nd Earl Grey, the British Prime Minister who popularized the blend. Lovely with milk or lemon. Store in a cool, dry place. Best Before: see base of pack.
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