Twining's Tea Black Tea Blackcurrant Breeze
Savour the sweet and tangy flavour of juicy blackcurrants in this aromatic tea. By appointment to her majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Tea and coffee merchants R. Twining and company limited. London. Estd. 1706. The Twinings of London Story: In 1706, Thomas Twining began selling fine tea from an English storefront in The Strand, London. Today, Twinings continues to sell some of the world's best teas from the original store and in more than 100 countries throughout the world. Over 300 years of experience. Ethical tea partnership. Master Blender's Notes: Notes: Fresh, juicy, aromatic. Colour: Bright, brownish-red. Steep Time: 4 minutes (recommended). Black tea is the world's most common variety of tea which includes traditional favourites such as English Breakfast and Earl Grey as well as exotic tastes such as Oolong and Lapsang Souchong. Tea leaves are sourced around the world from sub-tropical climates in China and Central Africa to mountainous regions throughout India. Each locale delivers leaves with unique tasting notes and aroma to form a perfectly balanced black tea. This premium tea is created by expertly blending fine black tea with the juicy flavour of blackcurrants to deliver a distictive tea with a strong fruity aroma and a sweet and tangy taste. - Mike Wright - Master Blender. Enjoy All 50+ Varieties of Twinings Premium Teas: Pure Black Tea: Fine black teas in an array of strengths and tastes. Premium Flavoured Black Tea: Fine black teas with just the right amount of flavour. Chai Tea: Fine black teas with sweet and savoury spice flavors. Green Tea: Naturally refreshing teas with a smooth taste. Herbal Tea: Caffeine free herbal and fruit flavored blends. Organic & Fair Trade Certified Tea: Teas grown using strict ethical and organic standard. K-Cup Pods: A variety of teas for exclusive use in Keurig brewers. To discover more about these fine teas, please visit us at www.twiningusa.com. For questions or comments, please contact us at: www.twiningusa.com or call us at 1-800-803.-6695.