THE EAST INDIA COMPANY Royal Breakfast black loose leaf tea 125g

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Royal Breakfast Black Loose Tea Caddy 125g

Ingredients
Black Tea

Storage Information
Store in a cool, dry place

Country of Origin
Sri Lanka
Product Code: 1281089
Ref: 554-3002110-EINDIAROYALBRKFSTCAD

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The East India Company's original English Breakfast loose leaf tea is blended precisely to provide a rich, robust flavour, making it the perfect addition to your morning. The tea gained its royal status in 1664, when it was customary for the East India Company to bring gifts on returning ships for the Sovereign. On one such trip, the Company was distressed to find that no provision of a gift for King Charles II had been made. Accordingly, two pounds of tea found on board were presented to the King, and so began a long Royal tradition of tea drinking.

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