Orange Pekoe Tea
Delicious! A highly fragrant tea, with strong floral and fruity aromas. But there’s no orange flavor here - the name can be confusing! Pekoe is actually a name that tea growers use to designate black tea leaves that are very small, hardly even more than a bud! Where the word Orange came from, we’re not sure. It may have been that the Dutch East India Company started using it as a marketing shenanigan. In any case, we’re stuck with this cute name for a very flavorful blend of longwise-rolled black teas that produces a lovely amber brew. Great with milk.
Hard to find in the store. It's just like my Canadian grandmother used to send us!EvaLyn, Fairway, KS
Lovely tea hot or over ice. Brew for 5 minutes for a nicely brewed cup of tea. Add sugar and or milk if one likes.Constanze, Houston, TX
My favorite tea, has a wonderful flavor!Emily, Bear Creek, NC
Great flavor and body.James, Albuquerque, NM
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Store at room temperature for up to 6 months.
Country of origin: United States
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