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Classic Tea Trio


Classic Tea Trio
Known as ‘the champagne of teas’, Afternoon Darjeeling is perfect for serving with cakes and pastries in the afternoon. This tea is selected from the highest gardens in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains at the peak of the growing season when the tea is at its best.

Taylors of Harrogate's English Breakfast is a special blend of tea from two of the world’s most famous tea growing countries, India and Africa. The taste is full-bodied, rich and refreshing, with a bright, inviting color.

The recipe for this delightful Earl Grey blend is light and elegant with the delicate fragrance of Bergamot. A worldwide classic tea.

Trio includes one box each (50 teabags per box) of Afternoon Darjeeling, English Breakfast & Earl Grey Tea.

This product is not available for sale here online. Please visit our shop at 44 Main Street in Sayville, New York to purchase. Our store is always filled with lots of fine tea for sale, but please note that our tea stock does often vary from time to time as inventory is always changing. Please drop by our shop to view current offerings or please call us at 631-563-7104 to check availability ahead of time. Thank you!



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