English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea

English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea

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English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510487 $28.59
8 oz 510488 $48.94
English Breakfast Decaf Black Tea 25 tea bags 510489 $26.17
50 tea bags 510490 $42.52

• Full bodied with some fruity notes
We thoroughly scrutinize our decaffeinated teas to ensure that they stand up to North American Quality specifications. All of our decafs are processed using the Co2 Process. The advantage of this decaffeination process is that no chemical solvents can be used to remove the caffeine. Also, using the naturally occurring Co2 in a circulation process which carefully uses high pressure and temperature to extract the caffeine, the origin distinct character of the tea is retained in the cup. There is a slight change in the character of the tea due to the process but the end result is an uncompromising cup of tea with no chemical overtones.

We use a blend of various Ceylon teas for our decaffeinated English Breakfast because we feel these teas give us the character we are looking for, flavory and satisfying tea. Also, we have found that Ceylon tea retains it's character under Co2 decaffeination process much better that other origin teas.

Typically, the quality of tea is judged by hundreds of the tea tasters around the world. On a weekly basis raucous lively auctions are held in various producing countries where world prices are set. Tasters are looking for similar characteristics, so in the matter of a few seconds the value of the tea is established according to supply and demand functions and quality gradients.
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Daisy02-17-2020

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wonderful product

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Amazing!

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Good job!

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English Breakfast Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Tea (Loose) English Breakfast Tea English Breakfast Tea English Breakfast Tea English Breakfast Tea English Breakfast Tea English Breakfast Tea English Breakfast Tea

English Breakfast

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English Breakfast Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510271 $15.64
8 oz 510272 $25.07
English Breakfast Tea 25 tea bags 510273 $18.14
50 tea bags 510274 $28.12

• Good body with full tea flavor notes
Today the habit of tea drinking is inexorably linked to the British despite the fact that the British were fairly late on the tea scene in historical terms. Ironically, the first mention of tea in English literature is a translation of a Dutchman's travels to the east. Tea was first brought to England via Holland on Dutch ships. Since tea was becoming an "in" beverage, the British government became quite incensed that a tiny nation such as the Netherlands would control the shipment of tea to the UK. In 1651, the British government passed the Navigation Acts which forbade the importation of any products on non-British ships. Traders and Dutchmen, being resourceful, continued the trade in the usual manner but for one little wrinkle - The tea was transshipped in Holland onto British ships!

Afternoon tea was the invention of Anna, wife of the seventh Duke of Bedford. At that time custom dictated only two planned meals per day: a hearty breakfast and a late evening dinner. Anna in a effort to ease the "sinking feeling" began instructing her servants to prepare tea and cakes in the late afternoon. Thus began a fashionable habit which still exists today.

Britain is steeped in tea history: Think of: High Tea, The Brown Betty, The War in Independence, The China/Britain war of 1839-42, The Boxer Rebellion, The Clipper Ship races from Fuzchou, China to Portsmouth UK, The Earl of Grey, English Breakfast etc. etc.
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Carol08-17-2016

great

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excellent

Igeadema09-30-2015

good value!

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good service

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Irish Breakfast Tea (Loose) Irish Breakfast Tea (Loose) Irish Breakfast Tea (Loose) Irish Breakfast Tea (Loose) Irish Breakfast Tea (Loose) Irish Breakfast Tea (Loose) Irish Breakfast Tea (Loose) Irish Breakfast Tea Irish Breakfast Tea Irish Breakfast Tea Irish Breakfast Tea Irish Breakfast Tea Irish Breakfast Tea Irish Breakfast Tea

Irish Breakfast

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Irish Breakfast Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510279 $15.56
8 oz 510280 $24.92
Irish Breakfast Tea 25 tea bags 510281 $18.10
50 tea bags 510282 $28.03

• A stout and robust blend
• Superb color and very full bodied
Per capita, Irish consumption of tea is amongst the highest in the world. The Irish prefer a full bodied cup of tea that if brewed long enough one could almost stand their spoon upright. The strength is achieved by buying the best teas available from seasonal production periods in Assam and Kenya. This means that the Assam teas are from the second flush period during June, and the Kenyas are from February and August growth. 2nd flush Assams give a deep malty astringency and the best make your mouth feel dry they are so astringent. This astringency leads to a malty character that is almost so thick you feel like you could chew it. The seasonal Kenyas have a golden coppery color with an almost floral note that give a complex depth to the tea. Furthermore, you will see that the grade is CTC - cut, torn curled. The green leaf whilst it is being processed passes through a machine the cuts, tears and then curls the leaves into tiny balls. This "mash" ferments very quickly after which firing takes place to "lock-in" the flavor. These tiny tea balls when infused release their full flavor, more so than whole leaf tea. The reason is that there is more surface area on the tiny balls which can infuse as compared to the whole leaf tea. This is how the Irish like their tea!

Regarding the addition of milk, there is the age old argument of when to add the milk to the cup - before you add the tea or after. Milk-firsters argue that adding milk last scalds the milk noticeably and therefore the milk should be warmed slowly with the addition of tea. Milk-lasters argue that adding milk after the tea has been poured is the only way of judging the proper amount of milk to add by watching the color of the tea change. Non-users of milk regard the whole issue as silly.
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Deborah04-21-2018

good service!

Erica10-13-2017

Works great

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Satisfied

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Quality product

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Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea (Loose) Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea (Loose) Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea (Loose) Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea (Loose) Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea (Loose) Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea (Loose) Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea (Loose) Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea

Buckingham Palace Garden Party

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Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510255 $23.84
8 oz 510256 $40.25
Buckingham Palace Garden Party Tea 25 tea bags 510257 $23.04
50 tea bags 510258 $36.96

• Flavory with medium body
• Delicate Earl Grey and jasmine notes
Every May, the Queen holds a garden party at Buckingham Palace, a lovely English springtime tradition. The Queen invites between 3000 and 4000 guests. Regal cucumber and watercress sandwiches served on white bread, smoked Scottish salmon paté, delicately scented earl grey cakes, and most importantly, tea, are served on this prestigious occasion.

The invitees are exotic guests from the far flung reaches of the Empire. The common thread is that they have made contributions to the British Commonwealth of nations. The guests rub shoulders with lords, earls, dukes, duchesses and ladies from the aristocratic British society. At about 3:00 pm, the Royal Family make their entrance, the Queen, Prince Philip, the Queen Mother, and perhaps even Prince Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Andrew. You can seen the scene now, the Queen, Prince Philip and the Queen Mother, dressed in formal spring party clothing, mingling with the excited crowd; shaking hands, smiling, stopping briefly to chat with the guests, making eye contact and the royal nod of the head to acknowledge one's presence for those unable to personally meet the Royal Family.

The tea that is served is the longtime favorite and delicious Palace medley specially selected for this occasion. Intriguing hints of high-grown pure Ceylon Earl Grey blend effortlessly with the soft jasmine from Fujian Province. Couple this with malty Assam (from the estate of Borengajuli), flavory Dimbula Ceylon (from Hatton), brisk and golden cup East of Rift Kenya (from Kambaa and Kagwe) and you have one of the most flavorful teas to come from the British Isles.

Each cup is a cup of mystery - the flavors all come to the fore at separate times - one minute you taste the Earl Grey, the next second you can almost feel the soft floral notes of jasmine and finally you get the satisfying fullness of the Assam Ceylon and Kenya blend. Enjoy this tea and be a part of the annual tradition in the west gardens of Buckingham Palace.
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Works Great!

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wonderful product

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Lady Londonderry Tea (Loose) Lady Londonderry Tea (Loose) Lady Londonderry Tea (Loose) Lady Londonderry Tea (Loose) Lady Londonderry Tea (Loose) Lady Londonderry Tea (Loose) Lady Londonderry Tea (Loose) Lady Londonderry Tea Lady Londonderry Tea Lady Londonderry Tea Lady Londonderry Tea Lady Londonderry Tea Lady Londonderry Tea Lady Londonderry Tea

Lady Londonderry

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Lady Londonderry Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510283 $23.84
8 oz 510284 $40.25
Lady Londonderry Tea 25 tea bags 510285 $23.04
50 tea bags 510286 $36.96

• A flowery and malty flavor with hints of strawberry and lemon
Throughout history there has been an association between royalty, lifestyle and tea. For example, tea's fate in Britain took a turn in 1662 when King Charles II married the Portuguese princess, Catherine of Braganza. Britain's new queen was a confirmed tea drinker long before she arrived for her wedding and she brought with her, as part of her dowry, a chest of Chinese tea. She started serving it to her aristocratic friends at Court and as word of the new beverage spread, more and more people wished to try it for themselves.

Ladies enjoyed tea at home, while gentlemen often drank their tea in the coffee houses that had become established in the City of London. Tea consumption progressed further and it became very fashionable in London to have afternoon tea. At these gatherings, dainty sandwiches and delicate cakes were served. We can only imagine what these gatherings would have turned into had thy been able to enjoy a lightly and elegantly flavored strawberry lemon tea. No wonder this tea is called Londonderry!
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Danielle06-20-2017

Very Satisfied

Jessica01-08-2016

Good Service!

Dr Scott Freile05-28-2012

Great to do business with

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Great Service!

Michelle01-28-2007

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Prince of Wales Tea (Loose) Prince of Wales Tea (Loose) Prince of Wales Tea (Loose) Prince of Wales Tea (Loose) Prince of Wales Tea (Loose) Prince of Wales Tea (Loose) Prince of Wales Tea (Loose) Prince of Wales Tea Prince of Wales Tea Prince of Wales Tea Prince of Wales Tea Prince of Wales Tea Prince of Wales Tea Prince of Wales Tea

Prince of Wales

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Prince of Wales Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510287 $23.84
8 oz 510288 $40.25
Prince of Wales Tea 25 tea bags 510290 $23.04
50 tea bags 510291 $36.96

• Full bodied with delicious hints of black currant
This blend of teas is fit for a "king-in-waiting !"

We have used a very rich Indian Assam tea as the dominant component in this blend to honor the role India has played in the British Empire. India throughout the late 1800's and early 1900's played an important role in the success of the English and often was the playground of the Royals who would come on cruises or visit the spas at Darjeeling. Kings George V, George VI, Edward and Queen Elizabeth all were known to tip a cuppa with the local English gentry and Indian Maharajas. The tea they built their Empire on also helped build a stronger India.

The tea industry in Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylon, was started by the British in the mid 1800's. Tea is now the most important agricultural export product for Sri Lanka and provides jobs for hundreds of thousands on the "tear-drop" shaped island. Viewing tea estates, roads and railways you will see evidence of the British "bulldog" nature - during the 1800's only the British would have been "mad" enough to push roads through the jungles and steep mountains.

True to the British national anthem "God Save the Queen" we added Gunpowder green tea and Lucky Dragon Hyson green tea with their high polyphenol count to try and bring this ideal to the blend.

The English colonists always tried to keep a little bit of England around them and this is typified by the bungalows and gardens on the tea estates. We have enhanced this blend with a hint of black currants the typical English garden berry - a reminder of home for the "expats."

In conclusion, while you are enjoying this wonderful tasting tea you can "see" the current Prince of Wales lifting his tea cup from his saucer, taking a sip and exclaiming "Good Show!" Another afternoon in Sandringham..........

This blend of teas is fit for a "king-in-waiting !"

We have used a very rich Indian Assam tea as the dominant component in this blend to honor the role India has played in the British Empire. India throughout the late 1800's and early 1900's played an important role in the success of the English and often was the playground of the Royals who would come on cruises or visit the spas at Darjeeling. Kings George V, George VI, Edward and Queen Elizabeth all were known to tip a cuppa with the local English gentry and Indian Maharajas. The tea they built their Empire on also helped build a stronger India.

The tea industry in Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylon, was started by the British in the mid 1800's. Tea is now the most important agricultural export product for Sri Lanka and provides jobs for hundreds of thousands on the "tear-drop" shaped island. Viewing tea estates, roads and railways you will see evidence of the British "bulldog" nature - during the 1800's only the British would have been "mad" enough to push roads through the jungles and steep mountains.

True to the British national anthem "God Save the Queen" we added Gunpowder green tea and Lucky Dragon Hyson green tea with their high polyphenol count to try and bring this ideal to the blend.

The English colonists always tried to keep a little bit of England around them and this is typified by the bungalows and gardens on the tea estates. We have enhanced this blend with a hint of black currants the typical English garden berry - a reminder of home for the "expats."

In conclusion, while you are enjoying this wonderful tasting tea you can "see" the current Prince of Wales lifting his tea cup from his saucer, taking a sip and exclaiming "Good Show!" Another afternoon in Sandringham..........
ZooScape is proud to be the exclusive distributor of TerraVita teas, herbs and supplements in the United States, Canada and around the world. Please direct all wholesale and bulk inquiries to 1-844-449-0444.
Robert09-13-2020

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great service!

Elizabeth07-16-2014

Thank you

Stephanie07-05-2013

wonderful product!

CAYDEN04-07-2013

Good product

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Nicest in a long time

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Queen Mary Tea (Loose) Queen Mary Tea (Loose) Queen Mary Tea (Loose) Queen Mary Tea (Loose) Queen Mary Tea (Loose) Queen Mary Tea (Loose) Queen Mary Tea (Loose) Queen Mary Tea Queen Mary Tea Queen Mary Tea Queen Mary Tea Queen Mary Tea Queen Mary Tea Queen Mary Tea

Queen Mary

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Queen Mary Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510292 $23.84
8 oz 510293 $40.25
Queen Mary Tea 25 tea bags 510294 $23.04
50 tea bags 510295 $36.96

• From the world's top tea garden
• Good flavor with malty and floral notes
Once the world's largest and fastest ocean liner, the Queen Mary represents the pinnacle of the art of ship-building for it's day. Put into service in 1936, she soon captured the imagination of the public on both sides of the Atlantic and came to represent the spirit of the era that was characterized by elegance and style. In 1940, the Queen Mary was pressed into military service and became a troop carrier. She was painted grey (and gained the nickname "The Grey Ghost"). Once refitted in this role she could carry 15,000 men across the Atlantic in 4 days. The ship was allowed to cross the Atlantic alone because of her speed. It was known that she could outrun all U-boats and the odd military cruiser that could keep up to her were required elsewhere.

Of all the ships commissioned by the Cunard Line, the Queen Mary and her sister ship the Queen Elizabeth best transcended the utilitarian association of transatlantic travel. With her legendary speed and stateliness, the sleek new liner provided a tangible symbol of the end of the Great Melancholy. An afternoon tea would be one of the many daily rituals that travelers would enjoy whilst aboard the Queen Mary. It has been said that a voyage on the Queen Mary was a herb that can be used for the travails of life. The fresh salt air and sunshine would be sure to put a spring in anyone's step and a comforting cup of tea would be sure to take the chill out of the night air while watching the sea miles disappear into the darkness.

We have prepared a blend commemorating those days gone by, keeping in mind the relationship between quality, comfort and piece of mind. The "Queen Mary Blend" is a wonderful tea to imbibe whether you are lounging in your deck chair or sitting seaside. We're sure you'll enjoy this classic sensation where you can take a trip on a transatlantic liner with every sip!

A tea tasters secret recipe for a pick-me-up on a cold day - make this tea hot, pour into a large mug and add 4-5 slices of lemon and 2 heaping teaspoons of sugar - sit back and enjoy a tasty energy boost. To make a special iced tea - after you have added the lemon and sugar, pour this over ice in a tall glass - terrific!
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Dr07-28-2016

Great Value!

Karen05-24-2014

great product!

Gerald09-30-2012

good product!

paul11-04-2011

what I was looking for

marilyn08-11-2011

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Excellent service!

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Royal Bengal Tiger Tea (Loose) Royal Bengal Tiger Tea (Loose) Royal Bengal Tiger Tea (Loose) Royal Bengal Tiger Tea (Loose) Royal Bengal Tiger Tea (Loose) Royal Bengal Tiger Tea (Loose) Royal Bengal Tiger Tea (Loose) Royal Bengal Tiger Tea Royal Bengal Tiger Tea Royal Bengal Tiger Tea Royal Bengal Tiger Tea Royal Bengal Tiger Tea Royal Bengal Tiger Tea Royal Bengal Tiger Tea

Royal Bengal Tiger

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Royal Bengal Tiger Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510296 $23.84
8 oz 510297 $40.25
Royal Bengal Tiger Tea 25 tea bags 510298 $23.04
50 tea bags 510299 $36.96

• Good flavor with hints of cinnamon, passion fruit and mango
When British planters first ventured into the Assam Valley in the 1850's and 1860's with the view of establishing tea plantations, they faced many difficulties; especially with the wildlife. They had to contend with marauding elephants, king cobras and troops of monkeys, (the monkey's were more of a nuisance than a threat as they would quickly steal anything left unattended). Perhaps the most feared animal was the mature Bengal Tiger, an animal that could kill with one swipe of it's powerful paws and carry away young people.

Historical accounts tell of the planters boiling water and adding locally grown fruits and spices along with the tea to make it absolutely delicious. Well, what citizen of England could survive without tea! Step back in time and relive a moment or two with the Tea Planters of the British Empire as they faced another day in the "Ulu" with a cup of Royal Bengal Tiger Tea.
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Pamela11-14-2014

Great Value

Kara09-07-2014

satisfied

William04-28-2014

zooscape service

Lavonia05-05-2011

great service

EMIR03-29-2011

quality product

Jody01-30-2011

Very Satisfied!

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Windsor Castle Tea (Loose) Windsor Castle Tea (Loose) Windsor Castle Tea (Loose) Windsor Castle Tea (Loose) Windsor Castle Tea (Loose) Windsor Castle Tea (Loose) Windsor Castle Tea (Loose) Windsor Castle Tea Windsor Castle Tea Windsor Castle Tea Windsor Castle Tea Windsor Castle Tea Windsor Castle Tea Windsor Castle Tea

Windsor Castle

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Windsor Castle Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510300 $23.84
8 oz 510301 $40.25
Windsor Castle Tea 25 tea bags 510302 $23.04
50 tea bags 510303 $36.96

• Full bodied flavory tea with toasty notes, maltiness and a lively flavor
West of London is the stately Windsor Castle, a home of the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom. The castle is situated on a hill overlooking the countryside and dominating the skyline of the City of Windsor. When the Queen (or King) is resident at the castle, the royal standard is flown from the masthead of the main tower. In 1993, there was a disastrous fire at Windsor Castle, destroying generations of royal collections, paintings and significant parts of the historic monument. The queen undertook repairs and restoration of the castle and in 1997, Queen Elizabeth celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary here with a state dinner, giving the world it's first view of the restoration.

To commemorate this gala evening a special tea was served. The tea had to exhibit the following characteristics:
  • unique and somewhat rare
  • stout and resilient as the monarchy
  • golden color to signify the nature of the monarchy
  • flavory to enchant the guests
  • historical to commemorate Windsor Castle
  • a new blend to acknowledge the rebuilding and restoration of Windsor Castle
This blend meets this criteria as follows:
  • Unique and rare - The Darjeeling is a 2nd flush, only available in limited quantities during 2 weeks in June
  • Stout and resilient - The Assam is a full bodied and full flavored tea with a delicious maltiness
  • Golden color - The Kenya gives a golden coppery character and the Assam adds depth to this color
  • Flavory - The Darjeeling is light muscatel flavor; the Kenya has seasonal (February production) almost flowery like flavor, and the Assam has a deep malty character
  • Historical - All the teas are grown in areas that once were part of The British Empire
  • New Blend - This blend was put together specially to commemorate this occasion
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David11-19-2019

Great product!

marsha11-22-2016

Thank You!

Sean08-12-2016

Great!

Aaron08-20-2012

wonderful

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Excellent service

Janet05-05-2012

great value

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English Evening Tea (Loose) English Evening Tea (Loose) English Evening Tea (Loose) English Evening Tea (Loose) English Evening Tea (Loose) English Evening Tea (Loose) English Evening Tea (Loose) English Evening Tea English Evening Tea English Evening Tea English Evening Tea English Evening Tea English Evening Tea English Evening Tea

English Evening

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English Evening Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510275 $23.84
8 oz 510276 $40.25
English Evening Tea 25 tea bags 510277 $23.04
50 tea bags 510278 $36.96

• A flavory tea that is light, bright and perfect for after dinner
English Evening Tea is a tea that is full of flavor but with a light character that does not detract from the flavors of the evening meal. The tea will instifi an urge to pour a second cup and promote conversation and discussion with guests or with your family.

This special blend was given to us by a close friend whose family has been in the tea business for more than 150 years! It has been enjoyed by many in the British Isles (from the Duke of Earl to the cockneys of London) for well over 200 years and we are certain that you will find enjoyment in maintaining this tradition.
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Maureen01-23-2020

great value!

MR06-04-2019

thankyou!

glenn08-30-2016

Amazing Product

james10-04-2014

Great product

jean12-28-2012

great!

Ashley06-17-2004

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Coronation Tea (Loose) Coronation Tea (Loose) Coronation Tea (Loose) Coronation Tea (Loose) Coronation Tea (Loose) Coronation Tea (Loose) Coronation Tea (Loose) Coronation Tea Coronation Tea Coronation Tea Coronation Tea Coronation Tea Coronation Tea Coronation Tea

Coronation

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Coronation Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510259 $23.84
8 oz 510260 $40.25
Coronation Tea 25 tea bags 510261 $23.04
50 tea bags 510262 $36.96

• Full flavored with a hint of muscatel and honey-like chamomile
When Queen Elizabeth II received the news (whilst visit ing Kenya and staying at Treetops Lodge) that her father King George IV had passed away, preparations immediately got underway for her coronation as the head of state for The British Empire. In the matters of protocol it was important that all details be considered - including the type of tea served. This blend represents the major tea growing regions within the British Empire of the day.

From Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon): We have used teas from the Nuwara Eliya and Dimbula districts. Both districts are high elevation (above 5000 feet above sea level). These teas are marked with light bright liquors with delicate astringent flavor. The western part of Nuwara Eliyas peaks in quality during February as does Dimbula.

From India: Two district teas are used (Assam and Darjeeling). India was not part of the British Empire in 1952, gaining it's independence in 1948, but Indian teas formed the basis of virtually all English tea blends, so we would have been remiss not to include these in the blend. Top quality Assam tea is keynoted by gutsy and thick liquoring tending malty teas whereas Darjeeling tea is characterized by light liquor with a muscatel like character in the cup. Both districts peak in quality during June, the 2nd flush season.

From Kenya (signifying Britain's interests in East Africa): We have included tea from Tinderet a high grown estate in the Kericho district. Tinderet is characterized by golden coppery liquor and very flavory with a hint of maltiness.

From Egypt (signifying the importance of the Suez Canal to the world and Britain's commitment to this area): We have used Nile Delta camomile. This adds an interesting appearance plus a honey like character that is unique.

The final result is a delicious full flavored orange pekoe style tea with hints of honey and no doubt served with great fanfare and distinction at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
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Melodee08-11-2018

quality

Michele West08-22-2017

Can't live without it

ANGELA04-04-2017

Good job!

jennifer11-08-2015

Good

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Jackie03-26-2008

Truly Amazing!

Coronation tea is a very special blend and very difficult to find - even in Britain. I was amazed to find it at zooscape and to have it delivered as a gift to my sister in good time. Zooscape, you are truly amazing!

Kelsey02-14-2008

Coronation Tea

It is almost impossible to get this delicious tea elsewhere. Many thanks for your excellent product and service.

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Scottish Breakfast

Product Name Size ZIN Price Quantity Add to Cart
Scottish Breakfast Tea (Loose) 4 oz 510304 $23.84
8 oz 510305 $40.25
Scottish Breakfast Tea 25 tea bags 510306 $23.04
50 tea bags 510307 $36.96

• Full bodied flavory tea with toasty notes, maltiness and a lively flavor
The primary sociological structure in old Scotland was the "clan." The roots of the system are very ancient, stretching back into Scotland's Celtic past. The country had been occupied by many different peoples - Britons, Romans, Angles and Vikings - but two races came to dominate: the Picts in the north and east who divided their territory into 7 petty kingdoms and in the west it was the Scots. Originating as an Irish tribe, the Scots migrated from Ulster in the 6th century. The kingdoms of the Scots and the Picts were eventually united by Kenneth MacAlpin in the mid 800's.

These people were organized along tribal lines which eventually became known as clans. One of the downfalls of the clans was the propensity to feud. Some disputes simmered for centuries such as the feud between the MacDonalds and Stewarts which began at Culloden in 1314, finally being settled in the 1600's. Highlanders guarded their traditions fiercely and were well known for their loyal robust character.

This tea is like a proper Highlander - robust, malty (not unlike a good Scotch) and full of life and vigor. Highlanders liked their tea very strong and insisted on hints of cask oak to remind them of their clan's own special elixir - single malt Scotch. This blend consists of 2nd Flush Assam tea (thick, robust with delicious hints of malt); January production South Indian tea (high mountain grown that has wonderful flavour notes which accentuate the robust Assam; Keemun Panda #1 which has a delicious winy character further enhancing the stout malty character of the blend; and finally a Chingwo County Orange Pekoe which gives the distinct oaky character. This tea is especially delicious with milk which further lends a malty character to the tea and highlights the brightness of the premium tea which has hints of a red color.

A tea tasters secret recipe for a pick-me-up on a typical Highlanders day (cold and bracing) - make this tea hot, pour into a large mug and add 4-5 slices of lemon and 2 heaping teaspoons of sugar - sit back and enjoy a tasty energy boost. To make a special iced tea - after you have added the lemon and sugar, pour this over ice in a tall glass - terrific!

The primary sociological structure in old Scotland was the "clan." The roots of the system are very ancient, stretching back into Scotland's Celtic past. The country had been occupied by many different peoples - Britons, Romans, Angles and Vikings - but two races came to dominate: the Picts in the north and east who divided their territory into 7 petty kingdoms and in the west it was the Scots. Originating as an Irish tribe, the Scots migrated from Ulster in the 6th century. The kingdoms of the Scots and the Picts were eventually united by Kenneth MacAlpin in the mid 800's.

These people were organized along tribal lines which eventually became known as clans. One of the downfalls of the clans was the propensity to feud. Some disputes simmered for centuries such as the feud between the MacDonalds and Stewarts which began at Culloden in 1314, finally being settled in the 1600's. Highlanders guarded their traditions fiercely and were well known for their loyal robust character.

This tea is like a proper Highlander - robust, malty (not unlike a good Scotch) and full of life and vigor. Highlanders liked their tea very strong and insisted on hints of cask oak to remind them of their clan's own special elixir - single malt Scotch. This blend consists of 2nd Flush Assam tea (thick, robust with delicious hints of malt); January production South Indian tea (high mountain grown that has wonderful flavour notes which accentuate the robust Assam; Keemun Panda #1 which has a delicious winy character further enhancing the stout malty character of the blend; and finally a Chingwo County Orange Pekoe which gives the distinct oaky character. This tea is especially delicious with milk which further lends a malty character to the tea and highlights the brightness of the premium tea which has hints of a red color.

A tea tasters secret recipe for a pick-me-up on a typical Highlanders day (cold and bracing) - make this tea hot, pour into a large mug and add 4-5 slices of lemon and 2 heaping teaspoons of sugar - sit back and enjoy a tasty energy boost. To make a special iced tea - after you have added the lemon and sugar, pour this over ice in a tall glass - terrific!
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