Loose Leaf Tea -  Extra Strong - Refill Mill
Loose Leaf Tea -  Extra Strong - Refill Mill
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Loose Leaf Tea - Extra Strong

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We just love these loose leaf teas from local company, Tealicious. They've been expertly blended by their resident Tea Expert and we can honestly say they're the best teas we've tasted!

This stronger blend of Breakfast tea has been specifically designed for those who live in hard water areas, by using a combination of teas produced by the CTC process which gives a faster, stronger infusion.

This blend contains teas from Kenya which are strong, astringent and reddish in colour and teas from Assam in India which are thick, malty and golden in colour. This combination creates a powerful blend that is exceptionally good in hard water

  • Tasters say – strong, thick, balanced, little bite, depth.
  • Looks – deep golden orange
  • Region – Kenya and Assam, India
  • Brew – For best results, 4-5mins (but you will work out what’s best for you). Enhanced by adding milk.

Available in 100g (around 50 cups) or 250g (around 125 cups).

The Tealicious Way To Brew:

The Water:
Always use fresh water. It is the dissolved oxygen in the water that draws the flavour out of the tea leaf. Water that has been boiled before has less oxygen so won't brew as well.


The Kettle:
Only put in the amount of water you are going to use. It makes no difference to how the tea tastes but it will use less energy and save you money.


The Tea Pot:
Use your favourite. It doesn’t matter if its metal, china or glass but it does help to warm it first. The best type of tea pot is one with an internal removable strainer or basket. Removing the strainer enables you to stop the tea from brewing beyond your ideal time.


The Tea:
When you are able to get top quality leaf tea why would you pay extra to have it wrapped in tissue or some other material which restricts its brew? It makes no sense, so always use whole leaf tea. You will soon work out what is best for you but we recommend 1 teaspoon per cup, placed in the warmed tea pot.

The Pouring:
Putting the milk in first or last does make a difference but neither is wrong. Why not pour one cup of each and see which you prefer.


The Drinking:
Sit down, relax and make time to enjoy this exquisite drink that has been so carefully brought to its point of perfection.