Royal Mill Award-Winning Black Tea
15 x teabags. Net weight 37.5g
Sri Lankan black tea (62%), Liquorice, Turmeric, Sunflower Petals, Chamomile, Orange Blossom, Calendula Petals, Natural Flavouring.
CONTAINS LIQUORICE – people suffering from hypertension should avoid excessive consumption. May contain/Made in a factory that handles almonds, hazelnuts and peanuts.
May contain/Made in a factory that handles almonds, hazelnuts and peanuts.
High-grown Sri Lankan black tea provides the base for this gloriously award-winning golden brew, mixed with the finest herbal ingredients selected for their natural sweetness.
Constructed in 1912, the Royal Mill in Manchester occupied part of the earlier McConnel & Kennedy Mills site. Originally named the New Old Mill, the change to Royal Mill was adopted following a visit from King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1942.
Boil freshly drawn water, infuse for three minutes and drink with or without milk.
Sri Lankan Black Tea – aid digestive system, lower risk of heart disease.
Liquorice – detoxifying, relieves constipation and protects stomach lining.
Tumeric – An antioxidant which fights inflammation, is brain busting, helps with arthritis and protects the heart.
Sunflower Petals – Packed with strong antioxidants, Vitamin E and Selenium, are thought to protect against cardiovascular disease and some malignant cancers. It improves digestion, energy levels, strengthens bones and muscle and can even help with multiple sclerosis.
Chamomile – Antibacterial, can help prevent colds, soothe upset stomach, anti-inflammatory and promotes sleep.
Calendula - Contains anti-oxidants, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, regulate menstrual cycle and ease menstrual pain.
Orange Blossom – Helps with insomnia and anxiety and aids relaxation.
Calendula – Aids healing and has anti-inflammatory properties and unique antioxidant compounds.
Royal Mill is quite simply sublime. I can't get enough if it.
Thanks so much Charlotte. We think our Royal Mill Black Tea definitely deserves its Great Taste Award. If you get chance you should try it as a cold brew, especially now that the sun has returned. Enjoy.