April 2020 in the Blue Tea Box we sent out some amazing speciality teas that we sourced from some great suppliers.
Below you will find all the teas offered during month as well as each tea brewer.
We cannot wait for you to try our latest tea. Be sure and let us know what you think as well. We always love to hear our customer’s feedback.
A perfect breakfast tea that really will brighten your morning. Medium-bodied with ‘get up and go’ flavour that is especially good with a dash of milk….. ermm and…bacon and eggs, cereal, bagels or whatever else you might choose to start your day
Flavour Notes: Medium-bodied, slightly floral and enticing with milk
Origin: Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula, Uva (Sri Lanka) Nandi, Kericho (Kenya) Nilgiri (India)
A combination of high grown Ceylon tea and a smooth top grade Keemun along with top quality natural bergamot oil, some blue cornflowers for decoration to produce a high quality classic that quite simply delivers an amazing ‘Earl Grey’ experience with no aftertaste or overpowering perfume.
Flavour Notes: Floral bouquet of Ceylon tea with a smooth Keemun and natural bergamot aroma
Origin: Sri Lanka, China
Java Santosa BOPS
Santosa is at the forefront of Indonesian tea production and this BOPS (Broken Orange Pekoe Superior) tea is a wonderful example
Flavour Notes: Light, malty and slightly floral cup – very typical of high quality Indonesian teas
Origin: Java, Indonesia
Chunmee Taipan Superior
Probably the first ‘luxury’ tea developed for Western tastes, Chunmee Taipan Superior is still manufactured according to the old techniques
Flavour Notes: Sweet mild yellow green infusion
Origin: Hunan, China
Kaika Cherry Sencha
Made only from Sencha harvested during the early spring when the quality of leaf is at its best, this Kaika Cherry Sencha is a delightful combination of high quality Sencha green tea, rose petals and natural cherry flavour. A smooth tea with refreshing subtle flavours you can enjoy any time of day.
Flavour Notes: Subtle aroma of roses with a fresh, smooth and fruity taste
Origin: Hunan Province, China
A sip of Tikiti Green Tea has a way of making you feel just ‘tikiti-boo’! Using a Sencha style green leaf from the Hunan area of China. A wonderful light-bodied infusion that is great hot and as an iced tea, or as a tea cocktail – make a concentrate and add a little to your favourite gin with a splash of tonic.
Flavour Notes: Sweet watermelon and fresh taste of cucumber gives a really smooth, fresh cup
Origin: China, Hunan Province
Totonac Vanilla Rooibos
Totonac Vanilla Rooibos Tea is a sweet and fruity combination of vanilla and Rooibos creating an exceptionally smooth and delightful drink. It’s name is inspired by that of the Totonac people of Mexico who were the first to cultivate vanilla and the world’s main producers until the mid 19th century
Flavour Notes: Truly uplifting aroma and wonderful depth of taste
Origin: Cederberg, South Africa
This incredible fruit and herb tea tastes fantastic and is so refreshing. The combination of hibiscus, rosehip, blackcurrants, elderberries, and raisins results in the most extraordinary flavours that burst through in a truly delicious berry fruit tea. Drink it hot or as an ice tea, either way, you’ll have a cuppa that’s great tasting and healthy too
Flavour Notes: Fruity, slightly tart flavour with a mellow smoothness and natural sweetness
Origin: Canada, USA, Thailand, and Spain
Together Mint is a truly refreshing blend combining peppermint and spearmint leaves with some added cool, blue cornflower petals for decoration
Flavour Notes: An amazing mint journey across your palette.
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