Tregothnan

Manuka - 21 Tea Bags

£7.95
Take your seat and settle in to savour the rich honey aroma of Tregothnan’s manuka tea. Tregothnan Estate has been growing manuka, a rare specimen predominantly found in New Zealand, at their Cornish gardens for over 100 years. Believed to have an abundance of antibacterial and medicinal properties, this gentle golden brew is a luxurious treat not just for your tastebuds – but for the body too. 

How to enjoy: In freshly boiled water, brew for 4 minutes. Enjoy without milk and sweetened with sugar or honey to your taste.

Discover The Tea Grown In England

Tregothnan are proud to be the first-ever English tea company to have created a range of black tea, green tea and herbal infusions homegrown on British soil. They blend Cornish tea leaves with the finest leaves from Assam and Darjeeling to create a range of distinctive flavours.

Our unique micro-climate does it again...this time bringing about some of the finest tea grown in England, produced 7 miles inland from Falmouth, on the historical Tregothnan Estate. What started as an experiment in the ancient high-walled kitchen garden, has turned into a luxury range of distinctive black and green tea, and a growing list of home-grown herbal infusions.

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