Details: The British people have strong legacies in both New York and the Tea. The tea celebrates the rich history of tea production in three members of the British Commonwealth. A portion of the proceeds benefits the St. Georges Society of New York charity work. The St. Georges Society has assisted New Yorkers since 1770, before there was an United States of America.
Dry Leaves: Small dark leaves from the British Commonwealth: India, Sri Lanka (Ceylon) and Kenya.
Liquor: Dark brown
Aroma: Light toasted notes
Caffeine Level: Caffeinated
Body: The small leaves make for a strong tea with lots of body.
Flavors: Toast, citrus and hints of dark honey
Brewing Time: 5 minutes
Brewing Temp: 212 º Fº