Lifeboat Tea in a Box of 80 Tea Bags
What does it raise money for?
All proceeds raised from the sale of Lifeboat Tea go to support the UK and Republic of Ireland's Royal National Lifeboat Instituiton (RNLI). A portion of the sale from each box of Lifeboat Tea goes directly to support the RNLI. While you are enjoying Lifeboat tea, please remember that every cup of Lifeboat tea you drink will directly contribute to the upkeep of the critically important work that is done by the RNLI. Since over 95% of the RNLI are volunteers, these funds are used to purchase equipment and training the crews. To date, over 100,00 British Pounds (approximately $156,000) has been raised to support the RNLI.
Who makes Lifeboat Tea?
Lifeboat Tea is produced by Williamson Tea. Lifeboat tea is grown, totally without pesticides, on Williamson's world famous Tea Farms in Kenya. Williamson Tea farms are Rainforest Alliance certified.
What does it taste like?
Lifeboat Tea is a plain black tea. It is full-flavored with a brisk and refreshing taste. The tea leaves come from a single estate on one of Williamson's Kenyan tea farms. Kenyan Teas are an important part of English Tea making. Most English Teas are a blend of tea from Kenya, India and Sri Lanka.
How is it packaged?
Each box of Lifeboat Tea includes 80 tea bags. Inside the package, 2 foil packs have 40 tea bags in each pack.
What if I dont like it?
Satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. If, for any reason, you dont like the tea, just return it for a complete refund. No questions asked.
Tea from Kenya.
Lifeboat Tea is produced by Williamson Tea of England. Williamson Tea is a special name among tea connoisseurs. As one of the world's few private tea producing companies, Williamson Tea occupies an unique position in growing, producing, marketing, and selling fine teas.
Williamson Tea has been growing and selling quality tea since 1869 when Captain J H Williamson, who was involved in the management of tea estates in Assam, met R B Magor, an assistant with the Great Eastern Hotel in Calcutta.
A family-owned company, the Williamson Tea group remains one of the worlds largest tea producers. Williamson Tea operates 4 Kenyan tea estates in Changoi, Kapchorua, Kaimosi and Tinderet. Williamson Tea farms are set in the spectacular Kenyan Highlands and produce some of the worlds finest teas. The Kenyan Highlands have rolling hills carpeted in neat, bright green tea bushes. The Kenyan climate is perfect for producing tea with rain falling almost every afternoon. Williamson Tea farms are based in Nandi and Kericho districts of Kenya.