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Assam Decaf

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Due to a very careful decaffeination procedure the dark brown, well-worked leaf with golden tips can still be appreciated. The leaf produces a strong malty cup characteristic of an Assam black.

Ingredients: Decaffeinated Indian black tea. Decaffeinated using the CO2 process.

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Delicious!

Really nice tea - can’t even tell it’s decaf, tasted as good as normal Assam would! Highly recommend

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Miraculous

Really good. Can't tell it's decaf, which is the highest praise I can bestow on a decaf tea. I wish it came in bigger bags!

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Great

The nicest loose leaf decaffeinated tea I've ever had.

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Yummy!

So flavourful, one of my new favourites!

Purchased 3 of these as gifts

I own one myself and decided to buy one for my sister for her birthday.

It arrived and was packaged really well, with a wide variety of teas - made a lovely gift - so much so, I decided to buy two more for my parents.

They’re great cups and the teas are delicious.

The customer service and correspondence with John was excellent throughout (I made a mistake and he was quick to amend!)

I couldn’t recommend the cup, tea and Shibui-tea enough!

Such a pleasant taste!

I have PCOS and read of spearmints benefits for lowering androgen levels. I bought it solely for that purpose, but it has fast become one of my favourite teas. Compared to other tisanes that I've tried, it isn't too intense for my tastebuds. I feared it would taste like toothpaste, but that certainly wasn't the case. It's so perfectly balanced, not too sweet nor too minty. Just lovely!

Amazing

I’m so happy I’ve finally found good quality organic spearmint tea! I’d definitely recommend, quick delivery and great value for price! X

classic breakfast with floral notes

A big fan of this black tea. Somehow manages to be a classic full-bodied English breakfast but with lighter floral notes too.