This collection of miniature tea tins has been inspired by famous London landmarks and icons: the Routemaster Bus, Union Jack flag and telephone box.
Each tin contains high quality loose leaf tea - enough to make 10 cups of tea or more. The tea has been protectively packed for utmost freshness by New English Teas.
New English Teas was founded 30 years ago by the great grandson of Arthur Brooke – the original creator of the Brooke Bond Tea brand. The company specialises in providing high quality teas in attractively designed gift packaging featuring English icons and landscapes. Products are sourced ethically to ensure that everyone involved in producing the Teas and Tins has been treated fairly. In addition the company donates 10% of its profits to support selected charities in different parts of the world.
The history of tea is fascinating and offers great insight into the history of our world. Since tea was first discovered in China, it has travelled the world conquering the thirsts of virtually every country on the planet.
Tea finally arrived in England during the 17th century when King Charles II married a Portuguese princess, Catherine of Braganza. The Queen made tea the drink of royalty and soon tea became a popular import to Britain via the East India Company.
- Loose Tea 65g overall net weight
- Each tin approximately H6 x L4 x W4cm
Delivery & Returns
UK: £4.95. FREE for orders over £50.
Europe: from €9.95 (calculated at checkout based on product weight)
USA/Canada: from $10.00 (calculated at checkout based on product weight)
Rest of the World: from £14.95 (calculated at checkout based on product weight)
We would like you to be delighted with your purchase, and will refund any items returned within 28 days. Please see here for our full returns policy.
We offer FREE UK returns