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My in-laws brought this back from England for me because they know how much I love tea! It came in a package with 2 other teas in cute little English tins.

This doesn’t specifically say what kind of tea that it is, just Sri Lanka. I am assuming it is Assam because of the little pellets. And the smell. It has a strong, bold, malty flavour. It is strong, which is expected with English tea, so I figured it needed a dash of milk like the English drink it. Wow, what a difference, this tea is now transformed into a smooth, malty, and bold tea….right up my alley for a good start to the day!

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Azzrian

And you can’t beat good tea in cute tins!

tigress_al

lol, agreed, and 70 grams of free tea doesn’t hurt either!!

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Azzrian

And you can’t beat good tea in cute tins!

tigress_al

lol, agreed, and 70 grams of free tea doesn’t hurt either!!

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Hello,
I am a nurse, I love to do so many things: reading, card making, scrapbooking, photography, playing with my nieces, shopping, and of course TEA!

I only started drinking loose leaf tea in Dec. 2010 when I had a DavidsTea for the first time and have been obsessed ever since! My favourite is probably white but I have black every morning to wake me up! I enjoy most flavours out there! My favourite flavours are nutty, fruity, chocolate, jasmine, tropical.

Most of my teas I rate at 90 and above, and would re-stock these teas.
Anything under 90 I probably wouldn’t re-stock unless I found a great price.

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Saskatchewan, Canada

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