Black Cinnamon Tea

Spicy aroma of sweet wood with Ceylon special!


Mildly spicy with red heart cinnamon flavour. A refreshing and tongue-tickling tea.


Black Tea (Sri Lankan), Cinnamon Pieces (Vietnamese), Natural flavours.

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£3.75 £2.99

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Cinnamon, also known as Cassia, Sweet Wood and Gui Zhi is found in kichens from Atlanta to Beijing. It can also now be found as a Nifty addlion to our high grown Ceylon tea. Brew yourself a pot and we're sure the spicy aroma of cinnamon combined with our tea's pleasant astringency will magically have you calling us for more! We only use teas from the top 3 tea growing regions al Sri Lanka - Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula and Uva. These high-grown districts produce teas that have classic 'Ceylon' tea character, noted by floral bouquet and flavour notes, touches of astringency and bright coppery colour.


HOT TEA: put 1 slightly heaping teaspoon of loose tea for each 7-9 oz/200-260ml of water in the teapot. Pour freshly biled water over tea. Steep 3-7 min. Add Milk & Sugar to taste. ICED TEA: (1L/QT): 6 slightly heaping teaspoon loose tea into teapot. Pour 315ml boiling water on tea. Steep 5 min. Quarter fill serving pitcher with cold water Pour into pitcher straining tea. Add ice, top-up ith cold water, garnish & sweeten to taste

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Cinnamon is one of the most commonly used spices in the world. Throughout history, it has been revered by many cultures in different time periods. The ancient Egyptians burned the spice during funerals and believed it's smoke helped carry the spirits of the dead to the afterworld. Later on, during European world exploration in the 15th and 16th centuries, cinnamon become one of the most sought after commodities of explorers. It was during those years that a belief grew in the ability of the scent of cinnamon to magically attract customers to a place of business. Perfect as the base of our flavored teas (We tested teas frorn various other origins around the world as base for our flavoured teas, but none made the grade). Flavouring oils, not artificial crystals, give the tea drinker high quality tea that tastes great.