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Covent Garden Blend

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  A LITTLE CUP OF PARADISE…  

 

We were inspired by the sights and scents of Covent Garden market to craft this delicate blend of Ceylon tea, layered with hints of peach and apricot. As a homage to Covent Garden’s blossoming history as a fruit and flower market we’ve added a glorious cascade of petals, from cornflowers to bright safflowers and marigolds – it’s a little cup of metropolitan paradise.
 
  • Tea Type

    Black Tea

  • Taste Profile

    Fruity, Rich, Sweet

  • Tastes like

        Peach and apricot  

  • Food pairing

      Meringues and fresh cream  

  • When to drink

    Afternoon

Brew the perfect cup

  Per cup, infuse one teaspoon (2g) of tea in boiling water for 3-5 minutes  

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* * * * * Beautiful tea! by Richard M on 21st February 2018

My new favourite tea to unwind after a hard day. Beautifully clean floral taste with a zing of apricot - definitely will be trying this cold brewed in the summer! Please keep this welcome addition Whittard!

* * * * * Covent Garden tea by Christina Firth on 4th February 2018

Love this tea. Has a summery flowery taste to it whilst still having a good malty black tea background. Really love it, and hope that it will become a regular option rather than a limited edition, I know I will be very sorry if it goes.

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Item Code: 332064 / Net weight: 100g

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  You’ll find our Covent Garden store in the Jubilee Hall – on the very site where Samuel Pepys saw Britain’s first recorded Punch and Judy show. That was back in 1662, so we’ve given this tea the number 62 as a nod to a staple of British culture.

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