Contains Ceylon tea with flavoring. I have never seen this brand in the store. My son got it in a gift basket. There were ten bags in paper envelopes all wrapped in cellophane – so you know it was fresh ;-). Upon opening, the envelope had no distinct smell. The bag seemed on the smallish side but the tea dust did expand quite nicely when brewed. The brew itself is dark and typical in appearance of other Ceylon black teas. The aroma was lightly flowery and pretty. I added a packet of sweetener (sorry to the purists) and tasted. Immediately tasted peach, then the apricot. Even using my 10oz mug this actually seemed strong enough to my tastes. It was very sweet. I should have used less sweetener. I am sure this is an inexpensive tea but I must admit, I rather enjoyed it.