Henrietta Lovell of Rare Tea first created this tea for a wonderful man called Terry Clark, a veteran of the Battle of Britain. It's a very traditional British tea of the like we haven't seen for many years. It comes from two beautiful, independent tea gardens; the Makaibari Estate in Darjeeling, India and Satemwa Estate on Thyolo Mountain in Malawi. These teas were made by farmers, not by vast agri-businesses. They were not processed by machine but crafted by skilled men and women.
Inside your tin you might find a golden ticket. Prizes include a year's worth of free tea; dinner with RAF Veteran Terry Clark; tea-cocktails with Henrietta from Rare Tea and a FLIGHT IN A SPITFIRE . Best of all the tea is utterly delicious and 10% of the price you pay goes to the RAF Association Wings Appeal repaying just a little of what so many of us owe to so few; and to support the RAF museum.
Tin contains 50g RAF leaf tea.