Tea Discoveries English Rose Tea Caddy
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It was during Chinas Ming Dynasty (1368 –1644) that tea artisans first experimented with buds and blossoms, imbuing the leaves with essential oils. Roses were among the very first flowers they tried and Osmanthus, orchids and jasmine also proved popular.
We’ve recreated the taste of a classic Meigui Congou rose tea by using a Chinese black tea for the base, imbued with subtle floral flavours and scattered with rose petals.
The tea might be authentically Chinese, but those wonderfully aromatic notes of rose are forever England. Deliciously delicate and seductively sweet, a single sip brings to mind rolling hills, church bells and country gardens: perfect for a picnic on the village green. As part of the beautiful Tea Discoveries range, we’ve created a bespoke caddy for our English Rose with a pattern inspired by vintage tea dresses. A very pretty addition to your kitchen and an ideal gift for a tea lover.
Our caddies are stackable for easy, organised storage and neat kitchen displays. Now there's no excuse not to add to your tea caddy collection...
• Tea Type: Black Tea
• Tea format: Loose Tea
• Number of servings (using 2g/ 1 tsp per cup): 100g = 50 cups
• Ideal for using with: Tea Cup & Saucer, Tea Discoveries Summer Berries All Butter Biscuits and Chelsea Glass Teapot with Infuser
Black Tea, 6% Rose Petals and Buds, Flavouring
Suitable for vegetarians and vegan
Storage: Store in a cool dry place away from strong odours.
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As part of the beautiful Tea Discoveries range, we’ve created bespoke caddies for some of our signature teas. The green and white of jasmine bushes sparked the idea for Jasmine’s print, and 18th-century hothouses for Mango & Bergamot’s. Earl Grey takes inspiration from the cornflowers used in the blend, and English Rose from vintage dresses. Next stop: London. Chelsea Garden is adorned with garden trellises, while Piccadilly design’s reminiscent of the iconic retro Underground station. Finally we've decorated our classic English Breakfast with some tuneful birds – listen out for that birdsong at breakfast!