Fortnum & Mason Royal Blend Tea (loose tea leaves in a decorative caddy) 125gms - £5

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Fortnum & Mason Royal Blend Tea (loose tea leaves in a decorative caddy) 125gms - £5 RRP is £10 per tin if you buy this directly from Fortnum & Mason but I don't drink this. Perfect for a Christmas gift for the more discerning tea drinker! In this classic Royal Blend notes of Flowery Pekoe from Ceylon uplift the maltier Assam to create a very traditional cup of tea. First blended for King Edward in 1902, Fortnum’s Royal Blend has been popular ever since for its smooth, honey-like flavour. How to Brew: For every cup you wish to make, add a rounded teaspoon of leaves to your pot. Add freshly-boiled water, brew for 3-5 minutes, place your strainer over your cup and pour. For tea bags, simply brew in your cup for 3-5 minutes, remove and enjoy. Collection only please, multiple tins available at £5 per tin



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melmoodelly , 1 year, 3 months ago

I am very interesed in Fortnum mason tin tea.please where is Worcester pk?is it in London or home counties?or Out in Countryside?my name is Mevine.i live in Golders grn london Nw11.plse contact me on Mobile 07405844208 or Landline on 02084558536 after midday before 4pm weekdays or late,at,nite before 3am.thanxs for yr patience,consideration&listening.Have a Lovely Christmas spreading Love both far&near&throughout the new year 2018!speak to U,real soon.

cneeser , 5 months, 4 weeks ago

Is this still the same tea that you have been offering for the past few months or do you have several tins. If this is the only one then, surely, you must have realised by now that you are asking too much?!

melmoodelly , 5 months, 4 weeks ago

I am still interested in Fortnum mason tea,my name is Mevine of Golders grn,but yes I did message U earlier on in year but got no-responce.its a little expensive.£3 per tin sounds more reasonable in these difficukt dire Financial Hardship times.Also where is Worcester Park&how far is it from Golders Green,London Nw11&what Overground trains run there??thank-you for your Patience&Co-operation