In the 18th century, camel caravans carried tea along the Silk Road from China to Europe via Russia. This tea was famous for the smoky smell of the campfire it would absorb along the journey. This blend embodies that journey - Ceylon black tea is combined with a malty Assam and smoky Lapsang Souchong to give a full, hearty flavour.
Enjoy: Breakfast through to late afternoon.
Brewing: Pour water just off the boil over one heaped teaspoon of leaf per cup. Infuse 3-5 mins. Serve black or with a splash of milk.
Ingredients: Black Tea.
Flavoursome, smokey and robust!
Camp-fire delight. You can really smell the smoke.
Love the detailed illustrations on the tin and the colourful labels!