Edith Wharton's Black Tea Blend
For our Edith Wharton blend we pay homage to her descriptions of the undercurrents rippling through fashionable society.
We have a refined, high-grown Darjeeling black tea with a little passionfruit and citrus flavor, a dash of spice and lovely flower petals to create a taste that is smooth and elegant.
Perfect for an afternoon tête-à-tête.
Ingredients: Darjeeling black tea, organic ginger pieces, mallow blossoms, marigold petals and flavoring.
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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