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Assam Teabags

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Item Code: 271114 / Net weight: 50 Teabags: 125g / 4.41oz

£4.25

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Origin: China
Leaf Type: Black Tea
Taste: Rich and Malty
Drink: With or Without Milk
Brew: 3-5 minutes according to taste with water off the boil
When to drink: Throughout the day

Assam, the land of storm clouds and rolling fertile plains, is where a small-leafed, strong-tasting wild tea was found by the British in the 19th century. Since Mr Whittard's day, we have been selling this gloriously strong and rich amber tea. We still use leaves rolled in a traditional method to give our blend its strength and malty character.
 

Ingredients

100% Black Tea.

Brew a Perfect Cup

Ideally warm the pot first with a splash of hot water. Use one teabag per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste. Can be drunk with or without milk.

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Average customer rating based on 5 reviews
5

This Assam tea is of course the best. But the delivery is, let´s put it nicely, kind of slow. The tracking system partner you are using reported that my parcel was picked up on the day of order. The next tracking message I received nine (9) days later. At that time the parcel had been delivered to the Heathrow HUB. It must have been a long way to transport. That was two days ago. Of course I live up in the North (in Stockholm, Sweden) and we have snow on the ground. But we have several daily flights arriving from Heathrow. May be they didn´t have space enough on any of those for my tea package. I´m still waiting. May be next year is better.

Posted by Göran Mether (31st December 2014)

5

When will the Assam tea bags (50 in box) be available?

Posted by Barbara Lichtenstein (12th December 2013)

4

This makes a lovely cup of tea- very similar to English Breakfast!

Posted by Jess (29th February 2012)

5

Very nice tea , wonderful taste, Every one drink this tea in my house ask about it....thanks a lot.

Posted by HussainK (18th February 2012)

5

Best English tea there is - I´m getting it from london every year, either by getting there myself or by ordering them from my home i Norway

Posted by Hege Bjørndahl (23rd January 2012)

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