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Celebrate National Tea Day with English Tea Shop's Luxury Organic Collection + Giveaway

Celebrate National Tea Day with English Tea Shop's Luxury Organic Collection

With over 165 million cups of tea brewed daily in the UK , it’s no surprise having a cuppa has become a Great British tradition and is proudly celebrated each year on National Tea Day (this year on the 21st April). To celebrate, speciality organic tea company, English Tea Shop, has kindly given one Jam and Clotted Cream reader the chance to win a Luxury Organic Gift Tin (pictured above).

The Luxury Organic Collection contains 72 individually wrapped pyramid tea bags and features a diverse range of classics to more unusual herbal varieties. The range includes:

Organic and Fairtrade English Breakfast: A pure Ceylon black tea sure to quench any thirst for a proper English brew
Organic and Fairtrade Earl Grey: A quintessentially British tea delicately flavoured with bergamot
Organic and Fairtrade Green Tea: A delicate and refreshing blend of 100% organic and Fairtrade green tea
Organic and Fairtrade Peppermint: A revitalising and delicious tea packed full of antioxidants
Organic Chocolate, Rooibos & Vanilla: Caffeine free, naturally sweet and antioxidant rich rooibos deliciously blended with vanilla and chocolate notes
Organic Black Tea Chai: Organic black tea entwined with cinnamon, cardamom, cloves and orange peel
Organic Lemongrass, Ginger and Citrus: An understated classic packing a citrus punch! Notes of Lemongrass and citrus infused with a tingle of ginger will refresh any palate
Organic Green Tea Tropical: Made with the finest organic green tea combined with mouth-watering tropical herbs and fruit flavours
Organic Super Berries: A delightful blend of classical herbs and aromatic berries - tastes as delicious as its aroma

All English Tea Shop teas are created using time honoured healthy ingredients. The range includes nature’s most revitalising herbs, spices, fruits and flowers for the most beneficial infusions and naturally cleansing teas. Steeped in tradition by using the finest quality tea leaves and using age-old practises English Tea Shop works with the finest organic and Fairtrade farmers. 

To be in with a chance of winning this luxury tea box all you have to do is fill in the Rafflecopter widget below. UK entrants only please.



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Comments

  1. Margaret Clarkson
    No sugar

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  2. None for me, I'm sweet enough 😀

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  3. Thanks everyone for entering so far

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  4. No sugar for me!

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  5. Suzanne Jackson18 April 2017 at 08:43

    No sugar and just a splash of milk

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  6. I have xylitol and soya milk in my tea

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  7. 2 sugars for me...life's too short of pleasures not to. x

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  8. No sugar. I'm sweet enough!

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  9. No sugar for me

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  10. No sugar and I don't have dairy, so no milk either

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  11. Sugar for me, I have a very sweet tooth

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  12. Good post, love this sharing so much, thank you!

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  13. Definitely no sugar and as strong as possible!

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  14. Sugar all the way. nothing better than a hot sweet cup of tea. Well, maybe coffee.....:)

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  15. One spoon for me - none in green tea

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  16. no sugar for me thank-you x

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