Origins. Fine Black Tea High-Grown in Sri Lanka Expertly Blended to Deliver a Classic Versatile Tea with a Smooth Taste and Mellow Aroma. Medium Tea Strength. 20 Individually Wrapped Tea Bags. Ceylon Orange Pekoe tea comes from the country that today is known as Sri Lanka. It is made using fine quality high-grown black teas from the Dimbula region in western Sri Lanka. Twinings Ceylon Orange Pekoe tea a classic tea with a smooth taste and mellow aroma is still referred to as "Ceylon" despite the country changing its name to Sri Lanka in 1972 following independence. . Origins From The World's Best Tea Regions. For over 300 years Twinings has been sourcing and blending the finest high-quality teas from around the globe to ensure that your tea has the perfect balance of tea taste flavor and aroma. Twinings blends to perfection the finest black teas to give you a line of distinctive teas with a fresh taste and invigorating aroma. . The Twinings Story. In 1706 Thomas Twining began selling fine tea from an English storefront in The Strand London. Today Twinings still sells some of the world’s best teas from the original store and in more than 100 centuries throughout the world.
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Customer reviews for Twinings Black Tea Ceylon Orange Pekoe -- 20 Tea Bags
Review 1 for Twinings Black Tea Ceylon Orange Pekoe -- 20 Tea Bags
April 26, 2015
"I'VE BEEN BUYING TWINING TEAS FOR YEARS and this is my all time FAVE ....love it !"
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Review 2 for Twinings Black Tea Ceylon Orange Pekoe -- 20 Tea Bags
Exactly what I ordered.
April 29, 2014
"I am so happy that I found this site. The prices are fair and the products come exactly as described. The shipping is fairly fast. These teas are not easy to find where I live, so it is nice to have a reliable source. The tea is delicious."
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Review 3 for Twinings Black Tea Ceylon Orange Pekoe -- 20 Tea Bags
Wounderful in Keurig..
August 16, 2013
"I add sugar and tea bag to tall glass, drip into glass, let steep for few minutes, add ice... Great."