Tough enough for Tin Miners, smooth enough to serve up with your cream tea. A proper, gutsy cuppa. Loose leaf breakfast tea.
Brewing the best cup. One teaspoon per cup. Freshly boiling water, brew your tea for 4 minutes, a good rule of thumb is 3-5 minutes for most black teas (depending on your preference for strength) and enjoy with or without milk
Indian, Ceylon & Kenyan Black Tea
I recently purchased several packs of your tea (including Tinners') to find a tasty loose leaf as I really dislike tea bags (dirty words I know!). Finally, some wonderful flavours and my ancient/very sad teapot is eternally grateful for its new lease of life.
The only dilemma now is which one to pop into the pot :). Thanks to everyone at Tugboat for your super speedy despatch and help.
I love having this tea mid afternoon as a little pick me up as it is strong, yet not too bitter. I highly recommend as well as Tugboat as business, as their service and products are amazing!
A ‘nice cup of tea’ :-)Can be brewed strong but tasty when left to brew for less time too.
This a great tasting and very strong tea. A slightly rounded teaspoon per mug, brewed for 3 to 4 minutes, makes a wonderful cuppa and you can get literally millions of mugs from a 500g bag (well OK, not literally millions, but many many mugs - this tea is very good value for money indeed).
This is what I call a proper brew! Nice and strong exactly what it says on the packet. Top notch tea!