Teas - Loose Teas - Black Tea Flavoured - Vanilla Magic Black Tea
Black Tea, Chamomile, vanilla bits and natural flavourings.
Allergy advice: For allergens, see ingredients in bold
1 teaspoon per cup
How to prepare a good pot of tea
Tea loves oxygen, it helps the flavour develop, so always use freshly drawn cold water in the kettle. Make sure your pot/cup is clean. Warm your pot/cup by swirling a small amount of boiling water in it. For black tea, only pour on freshly boiled water and do not over-boil it. For green tea, always use the water just at the boil. One teaspoon of loose tea per person and one teaspoon for the pot is about right, but add as much or as little to make it to the strength you like. Some people believe that sugar masks the flavours in tea. Why not try our fruit tea if you prefer a sweeter taste? A tea cosy extends the brewing time and can make the tea bitter and stewed. A removable infuser or tea bags can help to get a better tasting cup of tea.