“I have been drinking a lot of this tea, cold steeped and sweetened with homemade simple syrup. I am logging it today because I tried something a little different. Instead of plain simple syrup, I...” Read full tasting note
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Our Lady Londonderry Tea is a delightful afternoon tea with a malty floral flavor and hints of strawberry and lemon. This tea is made from black tea, dried orange, daisy white, and natural flavors. This tea is delicious hot or iced, and either way, your family and guests will feel like royalty!
Tea has been a British delicacy for hundreds of years. Royalty, lifestyle, and tea have long been connected. Portuguese princess Catherine of Braganza brought the tradition of tea to Britain after she married Prince Charles II. She served it to her aristocratic friends at Court, and soon it became fashionable in London to have afternoon tea. With its light and elegant flavor, Lady Londonderry would have been a hit with ladies and gentlemen!
Cup Characteristics: Round cup with good flowery and malty flavour. Hints of strawberry and lemon make this a perfect afternoon tea
Infusion: Bright coppery colour
Ingredients: Black tea, Calendula and Sunflower petals, Lemon balm leaves, Strawberry pieces, Natural flavors
Caffeine/Antioxidant Level: Medium/High
Grade(s): FBOP (Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe)
Manufacture Type(s):Orthodox (Traditional leafy)
Region: Nuwara Eliya + Dimbula + Uva / Assam + Nilgiri
Growing Altitudes: 500-8500 feet above sea level
Shipping Port(s): Colombo / Calcutta + Haldia + Cochin
Ingredients From: Sri Lanka / India
For the best brew, Lady Londonderry Black Tea should steep in water that has been brought to a rolling boil for 2-5 minutes.
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