Speciality Teas In May 2020

May 2020 in the Blue Tea Box we sent amazing speciality teas that we had sourced from some great suppliers. 

Below you will find all the teas offered during the month as well as each tea brewer.

We cannot wait for you to try our latest teas. Be sure and let us know what you think as well. We always love to hear our customer’s feedback.

Black Teas

Bath Breakfast Tea

This Bath Breakfast tea combines a large leaf and broken rolled leaves from Assam, India, with a dark mahogany infusion with a strong, malty, and well-balanced flavour. This is a great morning pick me up for those that love a strong brew, but don’t want to compromise on quality.

Flavour Notes: Dark mahogany infusion with a strong, malty and well-balanced flavour

Origin: Assam, India

Orange Chai

Blend of black tea, spices and orange is a twist on the traditional Chai tea blend! With a rich citrus spiced flavour it’s great on its own or with a drop of milk

Flavour Notes: Rich citrus spiced flavour, it’s great on its own or with a drop of milk

Origin: India

Dimbula Uduwela

This delicious single estate Orange Pekoe (OP) tea is grown 1400m above sea level. The large, long, slightly curled leaves create a light brown infusion with the taste of ripe apple

Flavour Notes: Rich brown in colour with a sweet, smooth, and well-balanced flavour.

Origin: Sri Lanka

Green Teas

China Gunpowder

It’s English name comes from its appearance which looks very similar to gunpowder in small rolled pellets. Gunpowder tea production dates back to the Tang Dynasty (618–907AD).

Flavour Notes: Large leaves are rolled into little pellets which unfold while brewing and provide a yellowish infusion with a rich taste

Origin: China

Good Morning Sunshine

This is a popular loose leaf flavoured green tea blend.

Flavour Notes: A fruity aroma and a fresh and full-bodied flavour reminiscent of passion fruit

Origin: China

Lemon Green Tea

A fresh and fruity blend of Chinese green tea with delicate flavours of lemon. Great as either a warm or cold brew. Citron Green tea combines green tea from China with lemon and lime. The clean vegetal notes of the green tea blend seamlessly with the citrus crispness. Delightfully sweet, lifted by the freshness of the lemon-lime. Not too dry or too citrusy

Flavour Notes: Fruity lemon but not too dry or too citrusy

Origin: China

Connoisseur Teas

Rooibos Kalahari

Deep ochre rooibos of South Africa blessed with the citric fruits of paradise, lemon, orange, and lemongrass with a touch of marigold and a hint of the Scottish thistle. A decaffeinated herbal drink that’s as refreshing as it sounds

Flavour Notes: Fresh fruity treat with the taste of juicy oranges

Origin: South Africa

Herbal Teas

Turmeric and Cinnamon Ayuvedic

Ayurveda originates from India, over 3000 years ago, and is one of the world’s oldest holistic healing systems. A caffeine-free infusion, this tea can be drunk at any time of the day but works particularly well after a meal as an aid to digestion and a pallet cleanser.

Flavour Notes: Mild and aromatic flavour with a subtle note of cinnamon sweetness

Origin: Blended in Bath

Herbal Detox Tisane

This Detox herbal tea is a loose-leaf blend of rooibos and herbs high in antioxidants. Mint, ginger, fennel, and liquorice root are all known for helping to aid digestion. Rooibos and chamomile are known for having a calming effect and sage is known for having anti-inflammatory, diuretic and antioxidant effect

Flavour Notes: The flavour and aroma of health in a cup

Origin: Blended in Bath

Fruit Teas

Blueberry Tea

A naturally caffeine-free blend of blueberries, hibiscus, and other berries. This tea can be enjoyed at any time of the day by all ages

Flavour Notes: Reminiscent of blueberry muffins and a pleasant natural blueberry taste

Origin: Blended in Bath

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