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Tregothnan Tea - Classic Tea - Loose Leaf Tea

Tregothnan Tea – Classic Tea – Loose leaf tea – 14 servings

£8.50

Available on back-order

Description

The first ever tea produced on British soil. Classic Tea is Tregothnan’s longest-serving and best-loved tea blend. 28g was first harvested from their tea gardens in Cornwall in 2005. A quintessentially English tea recipe, Classic Tea is blended with premium Assam leaves to give it the bold flavour synonymous with a strong, classic English tea. This classic tea blend has been selected for a new, luxury caddy box and sleeve and will always be the foundation on which the most British tea in history is built.

Tregothnan Estate, in Cornwall, is home to the Boscowen family, descendants of Earl Grey himself. The Estate has a long and steep heritage in delicious tea, after first importing their precious Camellia tea plant over 200 years ago. Today, they blend their Cornish leaves with the finest leaves from Assam and Darjeeling to create a distinctive flavour.

This box contains approximately 14 loose leaf tea servings.

 

 

 

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Collections from The Bottling Plant will be available Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays 8am – 12pm. The last date for collection will be Wednesday 23rd of December 2020. The next collection date will be the 27th of December 2020.

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