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We're super excited and proud to announce that 5 of our teas received Great Taste Awards on Monday! 5 entries & 5 wins in the 5th year of entering - if you know anything about numerology please let us know what this means!
Great Taste is the largest and most trusted accreditation scheme for fine food and drink. It supports, promotes and mentors artisan food producers large and small.
Scroll to read what the judges had to say about our entries!
"What a treat to have a hibiscus tea presented in its most natural format. The flowers are all consistent in size and intact. The resulting tea is a wonderfully vibrant hot pink colour. An interesting musky sour aroma, and this follows through in the flavour. It's incredibly tart as you'd expect and mineral in taste. Whilst this tea may not be for everyone, there's no denying this is a very good example of a hibiscus."
"Refreshigly tart, wine-red with fruity undertones, this is a revelation to drink solo. We understand why so many want to add other flavours but this infusion proves that pure hibiscus can shine in its own right." Order now
"A small, neat, well-made leaf yields an infusion with resonant spearmint notes, and pleasing sweetness balanced by light astringency and bitterness. A well made tea." Order now
"A well twisted black leaf tea. The infusion carries a good balance of sound Ceylon tea character and pleasing bergamot character." Order now
"A neat, well-twisted black leaf. The character is pleasantly smokey, a sound balance" Order now
"Neat and well-rolled with a good character to it. The golden liquor is light and bright and very delicate with a slight peachy note. The infusion is giving us a good length of gentle flavour." Order now
Can't believe it's been 2 years already since we received our Golden Fork Award! Thank you for your amazing support - we couldn't have done it without you! Check out our 21 award-winning loose teas here.
Celebrate with us and enjoy our fantastic teas! Don't forget to share your experience and tag us! #teashirtlondon