Flavoured Black Teas

Our luxury flavoured black teas really do stand out. The base black tea is sourced from premium Ethical Tea Partnership certified high grown estates (above 5,500 ft) in Sri Lanka. This gives them a health benefit high in polyphenol and antioxidants.

We use only natural flavouring - 100% pure flavour oils with no chemical residue or aftertaste in your drink. These flavoured black teas taste great! Try our local celebrity Rhubarb & Cream tea, or go for something quite different with a non-alcoholic Ice Wine tea.

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  1. Ice Wine

    Ice Wine

    Starting at: £4.55

    Taste

    Ice Wine tea is an exceptional flavoured black tea. It gives a delicious fresh white grape flavour with hints of exotic fruit that pleasantly lingers on the tongue. The cup is bright and coppery.

    Facts

    Ice Wine tea contains: freeze-dried grapes; white tea; Ontario Ice Wine and natural flavours. The black tea base for Ice Wine tea is Orange Pekoe grade tea from the top three tea growing regions of Sri Lanka which produce flavourful teas with classic Ceylon tea character. The Ice Wine uses natural flavouring oils not crystals which do not mask the natural taste of the high grown Ceylon tea and give the Ice Wine tea a clear character compared with artificial flavours which can be overpowering and leave an aftertaste. Natural flavours tend to be soft and more subtle flavours.

  2. Mulled Spice Tea

    Mulled Spice Tea

    Starting at: £3.85

    Taste

    Full of vim and vigour, this warming, spicy, black tea infusion contains enticing fruity notes. Tempered with a delicious cinnamon character, it is ideal for the winter season.

    A combination of luxury black tea, cinnamon pieces, natural dried jasmine buds, cloves and natural flavours, Mulled Spice Tea can also be added to hot apple cider to enhance the festive feeling.

    Facts

    The black tea base for Mulled Spice tea comes from the top three tea-growing regions of Sri Lanka - Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula and Uva. These three high-grown districts produce flavourful teas that have classic Ceylon tea character. Noted for its floral bouquet and flavour notes, touches of mild astringency and a bright coppery colour it is a perfect base for this flavoured tea.

    The Mulled Spice uses natural flavouring oils (rather than crystals) which taste good and do not mask the natural taste of the high grown Ceylon tea. They tend to be soft and subtle and give the tea a clear character compared with artificial flavours which can be overpowering and leave an aftertaste.

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  3. Rhubarb & Cream Tea

    Rhubarb & Cream Tea

    Starting at: £4.12

    Taste

    This tea has an exquisite flavour reminiscent of fresh rhubarb tart. With the tartness of rhubarb and the sweet taste of cream this is a lovely combination of flavours.

    Facts

    Rhubarb and cream tea contains luxury black tea, safflower, sunflower and jasmine petals, blackberry and lime leaves, and natural flavours.

    The Victorians put rhubarb on the map and today, Yorkshire is the rhubarb growing capital of the world. The Rhubarb growing triangle of Wakefield, Leeds and Bradford covers 9 square miles and at its peak this area amounted for 90% of the world's rhubarb production.

    The black tea base for Rhubarb Cream tea comes from the top three tea growing regions of Sri Lanka - Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula and Uva. These three high-grown districts produce flavourful teas that have classic Ceylon tea character, noted by floral bouquet and flavour notes, touches of mild astringency, bright coppery colour which makes it perfect for use as the base tea of this flavoured tea.

    Rhubarb Cream Tea uses natural flavouring oils (rather than crystals) which taste good and do not mask the natural taste of the high grown Ceylon tea. They tend to be soft and subtle and give the tea a clear character compared with artificial flavours which can be overpowering and leave an aftertaste.

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