• What a ‘Grand’ Idea!
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    We now have four new teas on our website which have been blended for The Grand Hotel, Brighton. These teas will be served as part of their luxury afternoon tea beverage selection and have been

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  • Grand Marnier Tea
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      Our Grand Marnier flavoured tea is based on a blend of Ceylon teas from the tea growing districts of Dimbula, Uva and Nuwara Eliya and to this we add the delicious taste and flavour of

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  • Mulberry Leaf Tea
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    Mulberry leaf tea is a great new herbal tea that we have added to our range. This is a caffeine-free tea full of vitamins and minerals that is renowned for its health-giving properties. Mulberry tea

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  • Assam Tea
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        Assam Tea Raidang TGFOP1 (House Assam) The Raidang tea estate is in the Tinsukia district of Assam and is run by the Mcleod Russel plantations group. After extensive

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  • Darjeeling Autumnal Tea
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        Darjeeling Autumnal Thurbo The Darjeeling thurbo tea estate is situated in the famous Indian tea growing district of Darjeeling. The tea estate lies in the Mirik Valley of

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  • Christmas Teas
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      Christmas black tea Christmas black tea is a wonderful seasonal blend of black China teas with the scents and flavours of Christmas time, sweet orange, cinnamon and a touch of clove.

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  • Assam Bhooteachang TGFOP1
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      Assam Bhooteachang TGFOP1 The Bhooteachang tea estate is in the Indian state of Assam, and lies in the northern hills of the Udalguri ditrict close to Bhutan."Bhootea"is the name of

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  • Gunpowder Tea
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    Gunpowder green This is the most popular loose tea from the Zhejiang province south of Shanghai. The name gunpowder was given to this specialty because of its rolled leaves which appear as little

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