Bronte Sisters' Black Tea Blend
Who can forget the indomitable Bronte sisters and the classics they wrote.
The Bronte family kept an orchard and garden where the sisters spent much of their time exploring, drawing, and writing.
Charlotte was more inclined to draw the flowers and the plants than to stop and smell them, but Anne and Emily were happy to get their hands dirty with a little gardening.
Emily especially, who was known to be a bit of a recluse, could often be found taking long walks and enjoying nature.
Our Bronte Sisters tea blend combines pear, apple, and gooseberry flavors to make a sweet and fragrant blend that’s reminiscent of an orchard stroll. The flavors in this blend meld together in perfect harmony and the taste lingers deliciously on the palate.
Ingredients: Black teas, papaya pieces (papayas and sugar), flavorings, raspberry pieces, alfalfa leaves and marigold petals.
Directions: Brew tea at 212º - steep for 3 minutes.
1 oz of loose tea makes approximately 10-12 cups of tea.
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