Organic Ceylon Premium Black Leaf Tea

£6.25£20.70

Fine teas supporting underprivileged communities.

This finest Orange Pekoe tea is from the Greenfield Organic Tea Estate located in the well known Uva region of Sri Lanka.

The intensely black, long and wiry leaves produce a full-bodied liquor which leaves a sweetish after taste.This is truly classic Ceylon at its best. When you are in the mood for a classic unadulterated taste, simply add hot water and enjoy this smooth tea.

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How to enjoy: Steep 1 tsp per cup for 3-4 mins in 95-100° C water.

Ingredients: Premium Single Estate Black Tea

About Tea People

Tea People are passionate about all things tea. They are here to share with you their passion, to introduce you to the wonderful world of tea and to invite you to be a part of this fascinating journey.
 
They believe that ‘tea is what you make it’. Tea can be different things to different people and with a little effort, creativity and innovation, it can even become a powerful medium for social change.
 
They aside at least half of their net profits for the cause of improving the lives of the underprivileged communities in and around the tea growing regions.

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Tea Variety

100g Loose Tea – boxed, 125g Loose Tea – tin caddy, 250g Loose Tea – resealable pouch, 500g Loose Tea – catering pack

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Tea People

Tea People are passionate about all things tea. They are here to share with you their passion, to introduce you to the wonderful world of tea and to invite you to be a part of this fascinating journey.

They believe that 'tea is what you make it'. Tea can be different things to different people and with a little effort, creativity and innovation, it can even become a powerful medium for social change.

They aside at least half of their net profits for the cause of improving the lives of the underprivileged communities in and around the tea growing regions

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