Lady Londonderry

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From Angelina's Teas

Cup Characteristics: Round cup, with good flavour. The Ceylon gives a flowery character and the Assam gives a malty character. Blended together with these two excellent estates teas are Lemon and Strawberry flavored teas. The final result is a delicious mildly flavored Strawberry Lemon tea.

Infusion: Bright coppery colour

Ingredients: Black tea, Clover and Lemon peel, Natural flavors.

Throughout history there has been an association between royalty, lifestyle and tea. For example tea’s fate in Britain took a turn in 1662 when King Charles II married the Portuguese princess, Catherine of Braganza. Britain’s new queen was a confirmed tea drinker long before she arrived for her wedding and she brought with her, as part of her dowry, a chest of China tea. She started serving it to her aristocratic friends at Court and as word of the new beverage spread, more and more people wished to try it for themselves.
Ladies enjoyed tea at home, while gentlemen often drank their tea in the coffee houses that had become established in the City of London. Tea consumption progressed further and it became very fashionable in London to have afternoon tea. At these gatherings dainty sandwiches and delicate cakes were served. We can only imagine what these gathering would have turned into had they been able to enjoy a lightly and elegantly flavored Strawberry Lemon tea : – no wonder this tea is called Lady Londonderry.

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I like the sound of this one – lemon, strawberry AND black tea? Yippee! The tea leaves smell very lightly of lemon and strawberry, but the tea has a wonderfully strong aroma. The lemon is the most noticeable flavor in this tea, with the strawberry just sweetly popping in at the end. If I would change anything it would be to add more sweet strawberry and just a little less of the intense lemon. There is a fresh fruity aftertaste that is nice. Adding a little milk and sweetener seems to tone down the tartness from the lemon and bring the flavors together more. I think this would be the best iced tea in the summer! I can imagine a garden party with this being served. It just tastes like warm, sunshiney days!

-Dry blend has medium black and green tea leaves with yellow petals and small bits of lemon peel.
-Dry leaves smell very lightly of lemon and fruit. Tea liquor aroma is of tangy lemon and strawberry.
-Tea liquor is a clear deep reddish brown color.
-Tart lemon and black tea flavor with a short sweet strawberry finish. Fresh fruity aftertaste.
-Best with milk and sweetener.
-Very good tea. Mainly lemon flavored. A nice summertime cup!

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I wonder if this is the very one that is so inexpensive from The English Tea Store?

Josie Jade

Hmm, I’m not sure. I haven’t had that one. I feel like Angelina’s and Culinary Teas are from the same source, so maybe The English Tea Store, too?

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