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Short Dated High Grown Uva 125g Loose Leaf Tea

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  • Short Dated High Grown Uva - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
  • Short Dated High Grown Uva - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
  • Short Dated High Grown Uva - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
  • Short Dated High Grown Uva - 125g Loose Leaf Tea
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SKU SDLTFC0614-125L Net Weight 125g

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This product has a best before date of September 2022.

Loose Leaf Black Tea

Origin

Uva district is found on the South-Eastern slopes of Sri Lanka's central mountain range. The warm, dry days, cool nights and steep terrain give the teas of this region an unmistakable character. Deep gaps between the mountain slopes funnel the drying 'kacchan' winds of the summer monsoons onto the tea plants; to protect themselves, they closed up, which produces an incredible intensification of flavour in the leaves.

Tea Description

To represent Uva in our collection, we have chosen one from the best quality season, which runs from July to September. The tea characteristically displays a pungent, intense flavour which has slight - and highly prized - mentholated notes only in evidence during this time of year. The copper-coloured liquor is very smooth and highly aromatic.

Loose leaf tea made simple. Take a look at our fabulousteapots(some come with a built-in strainer) andtea strainers.

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Ingredients

Black Tea

Our brewing guidance

Use 1 teaspoon per person and 1 for the pot.  Pour on boiling water and brew for 3 to 4 minutes.  Best enjoyed black or with a slice of lemon.

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With your support, Twinings helps provide access to clean water for villages across Darjeeling, helps improve mother and baby health in tea growing regions of Yunnan and helps improve health and nutrition in tea communities in Assam.

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