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Miles West Country Original Loose 8.8Oz.

Miles West Country Original Loose 8.8Oz.

Best By Dec 2024

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Price Per Cup: $0.14 Per Cup
Body: Medium Bodied
Apperance: Golden, Clear
Aroma: Invigorating, Floral
Ingredients: Black Tea
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Miles West Country Original Loose in 8.8 Ounce/250 grams Package

Miles Signature Tea, West Country Original is ideal any time of day, afternoon or evening. According to many tea drinkers, once you try this tea, it will become your favorite. To create this tea, Miles blends teas from Africa and India.

Although Miles West Country Original may be unfamiliar to many tea drinkers outside of England, it is a unique tea. When making its West Country Original, Miles starts with traditional methods of tasting a variety of teas and blending different teas to produce the tea special taste. Then, Miles add the latest manufacturing processes and packaging technology.

For the last 4 consecutive years, Miles is included in Best Brands magazine top 5 UK Tea & Coffee brands. For 2017, Miles is ranked number 2. This outranks all other UK tea companies.


100% Tea Leaves from India (Assam), and Africa.

Brand History:
Miles Tea
Minehead, Somerset, England

Today, Miles Tea is part of England's West Country, which is in the southwestern part of the country. Usually, the term includes the English counties of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, and Bristol.

Although the company is synonymous with Derek Miles, it actually started in 1888, when Henry Miles, Derek's grandfather, started Henry Miles & Co, a tea blending business in Birmingham, England.

In World War II, in 1941, the Miles Tea plant in Birmingham was bombed twice.

In 1951, current company head Derek Miles began his career in the tea business in London.

In 1961, Derek purchased a shop in the West Country and also worked as tea inspector.

In 1973, Derek purchased Henry Miles & Co and it became part of DJ Miles.

In 1996, tea production moved to its current home of Minehead, England.

In 2016, the company re-branded and became known as Miles Tea.

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
richard haddad
wonderful breakfast tea

Deep flavor, without overpowering. A tea you brew every morning and never wears out it's welcome.

Ben Stringer
Worth the brass!For a tea of its own blend.

The taste I find relaxing in a evening breeze through fall tree leaves way. Theres something more to the flavor that I don’t taste in the bag tea.Which is great. A unique flavor,wee bit more malty,but not in a Irish way mind you.Still English.Something NorthUmbria like maybe?Anyroad,a mystery,so fitting for a English tea.Goes well with my Kendal pipe baccy and meals.First opportunity the next purchase will be of two bags.Highly recommend.Tah!

Jan Thatcher
Always ur favorite!

We have been drinking this tea for over 20 years, mostly bringing it back here from our annual trips to Britain. Imagine our delight this year when we found we could buy it online! We weren't able to travel overseas obviously and this was just great. Thanks so much!

Roger Gosden
Best cuppa tea

As a British teadog domiciled in USA I missed my favorite loose tea from Devon untilI found this supplier

Unashamed TeaSnob
Strong & Bold Morning pick-me-uppa cuppa!

One scoop of this bold, malty tea is all I need to make me a pot of tea. It's a great tasting morning tea.