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Animal Extravaganza Mini Caddy

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  Earl Grey gets a makeover…  

Our Design a Caddy competition has become a bit of a Whittard tradition. Each year we ask you to imagine your ideal tea caddy, and the three winning designs make it onto the shelves.

 

We’re always keen to put a twist on afternoon tea, and that’s the thinking behind our unusual Extravagant Earl Grey – a white tea version of classic Earl Grey, with delicate flavours of vanilla and bergamot. We absolutely love Emily Fratson’s fabulous design for the caddy – a tea party attended by some rather extravagant animals. We’re particularly fond of the bird perched on the Whittard mug… And could that be an Earl Greyhound? 
 
 

 

  • Tea Type

      White Tea with Flavouring  

  • Tastes like

      Creamy vanilla sweetness with a hint of bergamot  

  • Food pairing

      Enjoy alone as a sweet treat  

  • When to drink

      For an extra-extravagant afternoon tea  

Brew the perfect cup

Add two teaspoons (around 4g) of loose leaf tea per cup and use freshly drawn water heated to around 80 degrees. For the ideal temperature either pour the water before it reaches boiling point or allow the water to sit for 3-5 minutes after boiling. Allow to brew for 2-3 minutes according to taste. Best enjoyed without milk.

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