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Partridge in a Pear Tea - Suki Tea

Partridge in a Pear Tea - Suki Tea

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Did you know that most teabags contain plastic? And that over 100 million teabags are thrown away every single day in the UK?! Not to mention that when we pour boiling water onto the bags they release microplastics into our cuppa which we then drink?! If that hasn't convinced you its time to ditch the teabags I don't know what will!


We are so proud to be stockists of Suki Tea - they produce excellent quality whole leaf teas, both loose and in plastic free teabags. Not only that but they are ethically sourced, buying Fairtrade, Rainforest Alliance or Organic wherever possible.


Partridge in a Pear Tea is the perfect Christmas Tea! This festive fruit infusion is the perfect little blend for a cold, crisp winter’s morning. Fully ripe bits of pear combined with apple and rosehip shells gives a smooth, sweet and delicate flavour, while the cinnamon, cloves and fig introduces some festive warmth to your cup. Sweet and soul-warming! This is a fruit blend with no actual tea leaves in so it is naturally caffeine free! Tasting Notes: Creamy, sweet, warm

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    Pear pieces (38%), apple pieces, rosehip shells, cinnamon pieces, cloves, natural fig flavouring, cinnamon powder.


    Brew 1 teaspoon (2.5g) per 200ml water. Or 1 Suki scoop per stump teapot. Infuse in freshly boiled water (98°C) for 6-8 minutes.


    Inner Retail bags: These may look like plastic but are actually a film called Natureflex, created from cellulose made from sustainably sourced wood pulp. It is suitable for both industrial (council or commercial food waste) or home composting. Inner bags are fully compliant with EN13432 and carry the OK Home Compost certification.

    Outer Retail Boxes: These are printed locally in Northern Ireland and made from sustainably sourced cardboard (always FSC or PEFC) and are either pre-printed using vegetable-based inks or use a paper-based label. These are best disposed of by placing in your usual council recycling collection.

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