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  1. As low as £7.00
    Sweet oil of orange adds a refreshing quality to the light blend of malty, fruity black tea.
  2. As low as £7.00
    Mandarin is a sweet, highly perfumed, citrus fruit that works extremely well with the delicate flavours of tea. Although a relative of the orange it is much more fragrant, with floral notes predominant over citrus ones.
  3. As low as £7.00
    Lemon and tea are perfect partners. This combination would go very well alongside an afternoon tea or a slice of cake. It is rich and cleansing at the same time.
  4. As low as £7.00
    It is thought that extracts of tea are one of the key ingredients in the soft drink cola, so this marriage of flavours is perhaps not as surprising as it sounds. The cola flavour is derived from a complex list of ingredients including neroli, lime, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, coriander, orange and lavender to name a few. These are all delightful additions to tea individually and in combination make up a complex, fragrant and flavoursome infusion when married to a fruity, malty tea.
  5. As low as £7.00
    This colourful blend offers a rainbow of flavours too. Sweet orange, fresh grapefruit and aromatic cherry notes are complemented by a hint of rose to create a sophisticated flavour.
  6. As low as £7.00
    The refreshing grapefruit citrus notes on a light rose tea base make this a delightful alternative for Earl Grey tea lovers. Grapefruit oil is one of the most expensive in the world currently. Its character is intriguing as it appeals to both the sweet and sour taste receptors at once, giving the brain a challenge of what to make of it! The underlying rich, sweet flavour of the rose petal scented black teas make the flavour as complex as a top perfume, with notes from low to high.

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