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Queen Mary Black Tea

Original price $1.50 - Original price $117.97
Original price
$1.50 - $117.97
Current price $1.50

A bracing tea from the world's top tea gardens. A round cup. Good flavor tempered with malty and floral notes.

As you sip this exquisite tea, you embark on a journey through the verdant landscapes of top-tier tea estates, where only the finest leaves are handpicked to grace your cup. The malty nuances add depth and character, creating a full-bodied brew that satisfies even the most discerning palate. The floral notes, like a fragrant whisper, elevate the experience, leaving a lingering and enchanting impression.

Queen Mary Black Tea isn't just a beverage; it's a celebration of craftsmanship and the legacy of premium tea cultivation. The elegance and sophistication inherent in each cup pay homage to the tradition of tea enjoyment. Brew a pot of this exceptional blend to elevate your tea rituals, whether relishing solitary moments of contemplation or sharing the regal experience with cherished company.



black tea

Caffeine - Yes Moderate
Organic - No

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Steep 1 tsp per 8oz in 195-212 Water for 3-5 Minutes

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Once the world's largest and fastest ocean liner, the Queen Mary represents the pinnacle of the art of ship-building for it's day. Put into service in 1936, she soon captured the imagination of the public on both sides of the Atlantic and came to represent the spirit of the era that was characterized by elegance and style. In 1940 the Queen Mary was pressed into military service and became a troop carrier. She was painted grey (and gained the nickname - 'The Grey Ghost'). Once refitted in this role she could carry 15,000 men across the Atlantic in 4 days. The ship was allowed to cross the Atlantic alone because of her speed. It was known that she could outrun all U-boats and the odd military cruiser that could keep up with her were required elsewhere.

Of all the ships commissioned by the Cunard Line, the Queen Mary and her sister ship the Queen Elizabeth best transcended the utilitarian association of transatlantic travel. With her legendary speed and stateliness, the sleek new liner provided a tangible symbol of the end of the Depression. An afternoon tea would be one of the many daily rituals that travelers would enjoy whilst aboard the Queen Mary. It has been said that a voyage on the Queen Mary was a remedy for the travails of life. The fresh salt air and sunshine would be sure to put a spring in anyone's step and a comforting cup of tea would be sure to take the chill out of the night air while watching the sea miles disappear into the darkness.

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