A blend from the higher and lower regions of Ceylon delivering a light, refreshing flavour with real body. Presented in a stunning decorative caddy, this Fortnum’s tea blend will not only make the best iced tea but also a great gift for a...
A blend from the higher and lower regions of Ceylon delivering a light, refreshing flavour with real body. Of all Fortnum’s tea, this makes the best iced tea, staying perfectly clear when chilled, but is equally good served the traditional way with...
Assam tea, indigenous to India’s steamy Brahmaputra Valley, is one of the world's oldest varieties. The aptly named Assam Superb has the rich, dark liquor and smooth, round, malty flavour prized by the connoisseur. Full body and flavour at any time...
We have infused Sicilian lemons in China tea to create this Fortnum’s Black Tea with Lemon. Adding a touch of zing to a classic black tea with a deep aroma and generous flavour, this tea can be appreciated either warm or iced.
This is a robust, malty leaf tea from unblended Assam leaves grown in the prized Brahmaputra Valley in Northeast India. The broken leaves make a strong brew with a malty, full-bodied flavour. It's a great morning pick-me-up with a dash of milk.
A blend from the higher and lower regions of Ceylon delivering a light, refreshing flavour with real body. Of all Fortnum’s tea, this makes the best iced tea, staying perfectly clear when chilled, but is equally good served the traditional...
Fortnum’s Chai Loose Tea is made following an ancient recipe where black tea is infused with Indian herbs and spices to produce a warm, soothing drink that will satisfy and please. Enjoy this luxurious blend with a dash of milk for an...
A twist on the traditional bergamot-infused blend, Countess Grey is based on well-twisted orange pekoe teas, lifted by classic bergamot and a light orange flavour. Its light and delicate character makes it ideal for morning or afternoon drinking,...
British Prime Minister Earl Grey gave his name to this hugely popular tea back in the 1830s, and has since been thought of as a classic English afternoon tea. Its flavour is made up of simple black tea flavoured with stimulating oil of bergamot.
A fine blend of Indian and China teas that is then perfumed with the delicate aroma of orange blossom to produce a subtle, floral flavour. Fortnum's aromatic Fortmason Tea Blend is best served in the afternoon with or without milk.
A bracing blend of expertly selected Assam and Kenyan teas; the first provides maltiness, the second adds brightness. A cup of this Fortnum’s Irish Breakfast Tea with a splash of milk will give an uplifting start to the top of the morning.
Keemun is the most famous of China's black teas, requiring great skill to produce. The delicate leaf provides a rich, brown, lightly scented and almost nutty liquor that is terrific on its own but also takes extremely well to milk to bring out...