Duchess of Bedford

Loose Leaf Tea | Black3 reviews
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Anna Russell's treats, sweet and savory, tempt. China clinks. Conversations charm. Time slows. Afternoon tea begins and a histroic moment lingers.

Blending Notes

AROMA: Fresh & invigorating
PALATE: Lingering, muscatel notes
PURPOSE: Slow down time

An elegant blend of muscatel Darjeeling, Ceylon and perfumed jasmine.

Ingredients

Black tea and green tea blended with jasmine flowers and natural flavors

HIGH CAFFEINE
BLEND NO. 3511

During the 19th century, it was the custom to take an early breakfast and a late supper. Anna Maria Stanhope, the seventh Duchess of Bedford (1783-1857), found that this long gap between meals resulted in a "sinking feeling" at about four o'clock, and so invented Afternoon Tea as a way to fill the gap.

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SV
01/05/2021
Stevie V.
Canada Canada
BEST TEA EVER!!!

Rich, smooth, not too tannin but just a little kick, addicted since the 90s and order it by mail, couldn’t live without it, has helped me have balance in my life as it restores peace and meditative state when I drink it (I basically have an out of body experience) LOL

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10/23/2020
Mary H.
United States United States
A very royal tea

What a delightful tea! Tealeaves has never disappointed me & this one is no exception, it makes you feel royal...

V
07/03/2020
Victoria
United States United States
Delightful Tea

I first had this tea at the St. Regis and absolutely loved it, but I have never been able to find something similar. Then when I realized that Tealeaves makes this tea (as well as another lovely blend for the St. Regis), I ordered the largest size. It is so lovely, with a light floral flavor. Unlike some other black teas (including the St. Regis blend), though, this one can suffer and cause a weird aftertaste if it's steeped too long.

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