Cornish Afternoon Tea

Afternoon tea, best served up with little sandwiches or cake

  • TEA TO HAVE WITH CAKE

    Light, crisp loose leaf tea with a hint of Bergamot and a touch of lemon zest. Ideal with a big slice of cake for a long, lazy, Cornish afternoon.

    BREW

    Brewing the best cup. Use one teaspoon of loose leaf tea per cup and always use freshly boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste, depending on your preference for strength. Enjoy with or without milk.

    GOOD FOR

    Reasons to drink black leaf tea

  • Being based in Cornwall we thought it right and proper to create some Cornish tea blends. The others are Cornish Breakfast and Tinners' Tea

  • India & Ceylon black teas, Lemon, Bergamot Natural Flavouring

Customer Reviews

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A.I.
As the label says!

Cornish afternoon tea is an all rounder except at breakfast time( Cornish breakfast is ideal then) drunk Cornish afternoon from elevensies onward! Very refreshing tea

P
P.R.
Afternoon delight and more

This is a delightful tea. Fresh citrus flavours bounce on your palette. It is lovely anytime of the day, but a real pick you up in the afternoon with a slice of fruit loaf.

K
K.W.
Cornish afternoon tea

Nice flavor to this tea I drink it anytime of the day with no milk

R
R.D.
Proper cup of tea

I bought a collection of small boxes of black tea, this tea and Tinners were by far my favourite. Lovely old fashioned leaf tea and if your patient and let it brew it is a wonderful cup of tea. Strong with out a copper taste, lovely colour with a malty taste. Would highly recommend it. If you have not got the time to let it brew then Tinners tea would be for you. Well packaged with fast delivery

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