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Ahmad Tea London

Ahmad English Tea No. 1 Black Tea 100 tagged tea bags

Ahmad English Tea No. 1 Black Tea 100 tagged tea bags

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English Tea No. 1 is delicately balanced and blended with hints of Ceylon, Kenyan, and Indian Assam teas. The premium Ceylon teas are sourced from the central hills of Sri Lanka, known for their top-tier tea gardens. Ahmad tea masters thoughtfully add a touch of signature citrusy bergamot flavor to enhance the tea's lively and brisk quality. For a crisp bergamot taste, add a slice of lemon, or for a richer Assam flavor, enjoy it strong with a splash of milk. This blend is more fragrant than English Breakfast but has less bergamot than Earl Grey.

Contains Caffeine - Award Winning Taste - Gluten Free - Vegan - GMO Free - Kosher

Ingredients: Black tea
Packaging: Tagged tea bags in a box

Imported from Asia

How to Brew: For the perfect cup, boil fresh water and pour immediately, infusing for 5 minutes.


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