Pluckley Tea 250g Loose Tea

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Pluckley Tea 250g Loose Tea
Pluckley Tea 250g Loose Tea

Brewing instructions

Brewed with water at 90 Degrees, let the flower unfurl do not remove flower. This is can be steeped a number of times.

Brewing instructions
Description

Bring your morning cup to life with our flagship brew, Pluckley Tea. Experience the best of the best and never look back! Pluckley Tea 250g Loose Tea is an extremely popular beverage made with only the finest quality tea leaves of Assam (India) and Kenya. Both teas come from the Camellia sinensis var assamica variety of the tea plant, and both taste great combined. Better still, there are also health benefits to be had from consuming this tea. Promote healthier living and experience improved cardiovascular health, lower “bad” LDL Cholesterol, and a boosted metabolism.

Who would have thought a tea could taste this good and also help you to lose weight? Pluckley Tea likewise boasts a truly unique history. It makes up part of the foundation of The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company. This beverage was the brainchild of Richard Smith, owner of our proud establishment, upon his return from India in the 1970’s. After three generations’ worth of knowledge in tea-growing, Mr Smith and his mother, Mrs Janet Smith, set up shop in Pluckley, nestled away in the beautiful Kentish countryside. Together, they sowed the seeds of who we are today. Pluckley Tea was where it all began. Start as you mean to go on with this delightful beverage to hand.

What’s in the name? Pluckley, our home, is (supposedly) the most haunted village in England. Even The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company has experienced its own ghostly anomalies in the past. One of Pluckley’s more renowned ghoulish visions is that of the ‘Horse Drawn Coach,’ which has been witnessed at various locations around the village for more than 20 years. In early November 1997, one terrified resident claimed to have had their car filled with the distinct noise of “horse hooves on a cobbled street” as she drove home. On another occasion, a woman was returning home from babysitting her granddaughter when the disturbing image of a coach pulled by horses could be seen passing her on the road opposite.

She would later describe this haunting event with such vivid detail, including bright lights coming from the carriage windows, and the same, chilling sound of horse hooves on cobbles. Another infamous ghost is that of ‘The White Lady’, who is known to frequent the Parish Church of St. Nicholas. We have actually named a tea in her honour called, quite literally, White Lady Tea. But if you’re a “non-believer”, then you’re best off with Pluckley Tea. Buy online or come visit us in store. Alternatively, Pluckley Tea, either in loose leaf or Tea Bag form, can be found in a multitude of shops, cafes, and delicatessens nationwide.

Type of Tea: Loose Leaf Black Tea.

Origin: Blend from Assam, India, and Kenya, East Africa.

Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes.

How to Serve: We recommend this tea served without any accompaniments; however, you may consider lemon, honey, milk or sugar as possibilities.

Tasting Notes: A smooth, full-bodied infusion to the last drop, Pluckley Tea has a malty-earthy taste combined with notably sweet undertones.

Colour in Cup: Deep coppery liquor with ruby highlights, light in tone.

Health Benefits: A component in Pluckley Tea called L-theanine can prime the immune system against bad bacteria, viruses, and fungi, according to a study conducted by the National Academy of Sciences in the United States. Further to this, a similar experiment indicated that immune system blood cells in tea drinkers responded five times faster to germs than that of blood cells in coffee drinkers.

Additional info
  • Type
    Type
    Blends
  • Health Points
    Health Points
    Diabetes, Immune System, Refreshing
  • Caffeine Level
    Caffeine Level
    Medium
  • Options
    Options
    Loose Tea
  • Time of Day
    Time of Day
    Breakfast, Lunchtime