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Ahmad Special Blend Loose Leaf Black Tea in Paper Carton 16oz/454g

Ahmad Special Blend Loose Leaf Black Tea in Paper Carton 16oz/454g

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For over three decades, Ahmad's renowned Special Blend has offered a unique and enjoyable tea-drinking experience. This much-loved blend combines brisk Ceylon, bright Kenyan tea, and fragrant bergamot, resulting in a beautifully refreshing and re-energizing cup of tea. Ahmad Tea Masters truly showcase their blending skills in every cup, sourcing fine Ceylon tea from low-grown gardens in Sri Lanka for a crisp and zesty base. The Kenyan tea adds a briskness to the blend, while their signature bergamot flavoring provides the perfect balance. This carefully selected flavor perfectly complements the full-bodied black tea, enhancing the brisk citrus notes of the Ceylon. The result is a full-flavored and aromatic brew that is both intense and elegant, perfect for those who demand only the best. Special Blend has more bergamot than English Tea No 1 but less than Earl Grey.

Contains Caffeine - Kosher

Ingredients: Black tea, bergamot flavoring
Packaging: Loose leaf tea in a box

Imported from Asia

How to brew: For the perfect cup, bring fresh water to a boil and immediately pour over tea. Infuse for 5-7 minutes.


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