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Black Tea

1886 Blend

This historical blend is inspired by the type of tea enjoyed in Victorian London when Walter Whittard opened his first shop in 1886.

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Lapsang Souchong

A speciality of China’s Fujian Province, this iconic smoky tea has been dried over fires of resin-sweet pine wood, a technique discovered by accident back in the 16th century...

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Ceylon Orange Pekoe

Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka is celebrated for its clean, brisk taste, and this is a particularly fine Ceylon blended from a selection of estates...

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English Breakfast

English Breakfast tea became something of a national drink when word got out that Queen Victoria was a fan; Walter Whittard was quick to follow suit, creating his own distinctive blend from a selection...

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Decaffeinated Breakfast Tea

Our Decaffeinated Breakfast tea is just as rousing as our classic Breakfast blend, simply with the majority of the caffeine washed away...

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Darjeeling

Known as the ‘champagne of teas,’ Darjeeling is famed for its sparkling clarity of taste and crystalline sweetness, benefitting from the steady rainfall, light soil and cool air of the Himalayan...

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Tippy Assam

Believe it or not, for all the different varieties of tea there are only two different types of tea plant – one of which originates in Assam, the Camellia assamica...

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Spice Imperial

Gather around the fire for strange tales from the spice markets of ancient trade routes – this classic Whittard blend balances a smooth, full-flavoured black tea with aromatic cloves, zesty orange...

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Afternoon

In the words of the novelist Henry James: ‘There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea...'

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English Rose

It was during China’s Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) that tea artisans first experimented with buds and blossoms, imbuing the leaves with essential oils... 

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Earl Grey

Renowned for its wonderful bergamot aroma, Earl Grey has become firmly ensconced as an afternoon tea classic...

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Regal Blend

Queen Victoria was in her heyday when Walter Whittard set up shop in 1886, and the following year the country celebrated her Golden Jubilee...

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