when the Titanic sank in the North Atlantic.
Reflecting the quality of tea that was served on the Titanic, this blend includes Chinese Keemun,
one of the last teas the British still consumed in 1912, as Britain had mostly switched to black teas from
Assam, India and Ceylon. Later on, Formosa Oolong was popularized in both the UK and the US.
All of these teas have been blended together to create a tea that would have been
recognizable to tea lovers a hundred years ago.
A percentage of the sale of each tin of RMS Titanic Tea will go to The Ocean Conservancy.
During the event, PH Nargeolet, John Harney and Mike Harney
will be discussing all things Tea and Titanic,
so stop in whenever your schedule allows between 2 and 4pm.
(Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide individual tastings during the time of the event.)