Tea Discoveries Mango & Bergamot Tea Caddy
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Presented in a charming Tea Discoveries caddy with a pattern inspired by 18th-century hothouses, this sweetly sophisticated loose leaf green tea is delicately blended with exotic flavours of mango, lulo and bergamot.
This sweet yet sophisticated green tea is perfect for adding a twist of summer exoticism to an afternoon spread, delicately blended with flavours of mango, lulo and bergamot. A Great Taste Award winner in both 2013 and 2014, the judges admired the teas good sweetness on the finish, describing it as clean and sweet throughout. High-quality green tea leaves form the base of the blend, picked in early spring and steamed and rolled to maintain their verdant colour and herby taste. Scattered with rose, sunflower and blue cornflower petals, our aromatic Mango & Bergamot is as beautiful as it is delicious.
As part of the beautiful Tea Discoveries range, we’ve created a bespoke caddy for our Mango & Bergamot with a pattern inspired by the 18th-century hot houses. Aristocratic families used to compete to see who could grow the biggest pineapple.
• Origin: China
• Tea type: Green
• Number of servings (using 1tsp/ 2g per cup): 100g = 50 cups
• Caddy: Our caddies are stackable for easy, organised storage and neat kitchen displays. Now there's no excuse not to add to your tea caddy collection...
96% Green Tea, Flavouring, 1.5% Petals (Sunflower, Rose, Cornflower)
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
Contains: Mango & Bergamot Loose Tea
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from strong light and odours.
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As part of the beautiful Tea Discoveries range, we’ve created bespoke caddies for some of our signature teas. The green and white of jasmine bushes sparked the idea for Jasmine’s print, and 18th-century hothouses for Mango & Bergamot’s. Earl Grey takes inspiration from the cornflowers used in the blend, and English Rose from vintage dresses. Next stop: London. Chelsea Garden is adorned with garden trellises, while Piccadilly design’s reminiscent of the iconic retro Underground station. Finally we've decorated our classic English Breakfast with some tuneful birds – listen out for that birdsong at breakfast!