The Afternoon Tea Collection
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A joyous tea party of four loose leaf tea mini caddies housing some of our best-loved black and green blends, paired with a silver-plated infuser.
The story goes that the tradition of afternoon tea started with Anna, Duchess of Bedford in the early 19th century. The Duchess knew a thing or two about which teas to choose, and we think she would have approved of our mini caddies of elegant English Breakfast and Earl Grey, finished with a floral fancy of English Rose and Mango & Bergamot. Oh, and not forgetting the all-important silver-plated infuser. Start slicing those cucumber sandwiches and make sure the kettle's sparkling.
•Teas featured: English Breakfast, Earl Grey, English Rose and Mango & Bergamot
•Tea types included: 3x black tea and 1x green tea
• Number of servings (using 2g per cup): 50g English Breakfast = 25 cups; 40g Earl Grey = 20 cups; 40g English Rose = 20 cups; 40g Mango & Bergamot = 20 cups – that's a grand total of 85 cuppas!
• Serving suggestion: Enjoy hot
English Breakfast: Black Tea
Earl Grey: Black Tea with Flavouring
English Rose: Black Tea, 6% Rose Buds and Petals, Flavouring
Mango and Bergamot: Green Tea with Flavouring
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
Weight: 170g e 6.3oz
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from strong light and odours.
Please note the colour of shred may vary
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Walter Whittard created his first tea gifts for Edward VII's coronation in 1902. Over a century later, we're still crafting extraordinary gifts to express those feelings that can't be put into words – and our Tea Discoveries range is the perfect example. It stars our most treasured blends, each with its own vintage-style pattern; and we've developed the range with chocolate, infuser sets, and even a selection of tea-infused shortbread.