Darvilles of Windsor Royalty Assam Loose in Caddy 4.4 Ounces (Best By Mar 2020)

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Darvilles Royalty Assam Loose Tea in a 4.4 Ounce Caddy
Royalty Assam is produced only by Darvilles of Windsor. Royalty Assam is a blend of the highest quality Assam tea leaves. Tea drinkers that have tried this tea say it is the best Assam Tea they have ever tried.

Ingredients:
Tea leaves from Assam, India.

Brand History:
Darvilles of Windsor
England

A family-business for 6 generations, Darvilles of Windsor supplies the Queen of England with tea. Darvilles of Windsor first opened a tea shop and grocery store in 1860.

Darvilles of Windsor holds a Royal Warrant, which means the company supplies goods to the UK Royal Household. The Royal Warrant is a recognition of quality and service. Darvilles first obtained the Royal Warrant from King George VI in 1946. Darvilles is one of the oldest companies to hold a Royal Warrant.

Specialty Teas from Darville are well-known in the UK and now throughout the world. The teas are even sold at the QueenÂ’s Royal Windsor Farm Shop. Darvilles offer a selection of Traditional Blend, Fruit & Herb Infusions and Organic Green Teas. The Traditional Blends come in packages showing old paintings of Windsor Castle.

A distinctive range of fine specialty teas, Darvilles offers the tea connoisseur quality and taste from Windsor, England.

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  • 5
    A truly Exceptional Tea

    Posted by Melody on May 13th 2014

    I discovered this tea by accident. This brand is truly exceptional. I have tried a lot of brands and teas but this tea has a depth of flavor that will spoil you. It will not become tiresome or leave you looking for something else to satisfy. I have to seek it out. Fortunately I can get it from teadog instead of a trip to London or a shipping cost to equal a trip to London.

  • 3
    Ok but not great Assam tea

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 6th 2013

    I bought this because another reviewer raved about it but we obviously don't share the same taste in tea. I found this to be a mediocre Assam, lacking the rich malty flavor I likeso much.

  • 5
    outstanding English tea!

    Posted by Margaret Vanderhye on Apr 29th 2013

    Reminds me of Sundays at Grandma's.
    WE were raised on real loose tea and this is among the finest of the black teas I have enjoyed. Clearly a cut above the rest and I am a fan of many of your robust black teas!