Devonshire Tea is a delicious, mild blend created by a family run Company based in Plymouth, the waterside City of Devonshire, England.
Plymouth, already famous for being the departure point of The Mayflower in 1620, which brought The Pilgrim Fathers to the New World, is now home to this new fresh blend, produced by using quality leaves from four Fair Trade and Rainforest Alliance accredited estates in the Kenyan Highlands.
Gavin & Debbie, Directors of Devonshire Tea told us: "We're extremely proud of the blend we have created, and are delighted that English Tea Store have chosen to import direct from us, thereby making our tea available across The United States for you all to enjoy, from the first sip right through to the last."
Here's the story of how Devonshire Tea got started.
Devonshire Tea broke the world record for most number of cups made in one hour! Read all about his record-shattering feat on the ETS blog.
Made in Plymouth, England, and imported to the United States, Devonshire Tea is a blend of leaves from four Fair Trade and Rainforest accredited estates in Kenya. More specifically, the leaves that go into every blend of Devonshire Tea are grown in near-perfect conditions for a quality cup: 5,000 feet above sea level, close to the equator, in an ideal climate, and with no pesticides.
With a mild flavor, Devonshire Tea is best as an English breakfast blend. Boxes of 40 and 100 bags are sold through the English Tea Store. To get a taste of meticulousness and quality, try a cup of Devonshire tea.