Sprinkles with that?
Flavoured Black Tea
Madagascan vanilla ice cream
Try this tea with a generous slice of Red Velvet cake
When to drink
Nostalgic Sunday afternoons
Brew the perfect cup
Add one teaspoon (around 2g) of loose leaf tea per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste. Can be enjoyed with or without milk.
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My new favourite tea! by Kirsty on 23rd October 2015
The taste of the vanilla is perfection. It isn't overpowering, but it is most definitely there. The aroma is also divine!
Ever since our founder Walter Whittard weighed out tea leaves behind his high mahogany counter, we’ve been experimenting with our own inventive blends. The Chinese were the first to try blending tea leaves with fruits and flowers and it takes time, skill and imagination to master the art. It’s all about creating the perfect balance of flavours: we blind taste at least 20 different variations before settling on the perfect recipe. Just as some musicians have perfect pitch, an expert tea blender needs to have some pretty perceptive tastebuds…
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