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  • “A very nice tea overall, with subtler fruit flavors than most, but it’s particularly bitter—I wonder if it’s the cranberries. It was too much for me without milk, but with milk I enjoyed it a lot.” Read full tasting note
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  • “A surprisingly nice tea though one I personally don’t need to try again. I wonder if I would have the same thoughts about the novel that inspired this? Check out my full review here:...” Read full tasting note
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From First Edition Tea Co.

Jane Eyre Loose Leaf Tea
Currant & Spice Black Tea

The perfect gift for any book lover!

1 × 10g resealable bag of Jane Eyre Blend Tea.

This tea is anything but poor, obscure, and plain. A solid black tea with a wild and free heart, an independent will, and all the warmth of a hearth in a home long searched for. Reader, it’s delicious.

Ingredients: Black tea, cranberry pieces, cinnamon, fennel, licorice root, blackberry leaves, rose petals, safflower petals, natural flavours.

Caffeine level: High

What goes together better than a good book and a cup of tea? Nothing! Relax with your favourite story and a cup from First Edition Tea Co.’s Literary Tea Collection. Unique and delicious blends based on your favourite works of classic literature. From the page, to your cup!

First Edition Tea Co. is a proudly Canadian producer of unique luxury tea blends. All tea is hand blended in small batches in Toronto, Canada from high quality ingredients.

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A very nice tea overall, with subtler fruit flavors than most, but it’s particularly bitter—I wonder if it’s the cranberries. It was too much for me without milk, but with milk I enjoyed it a lot.

Flavors: Bitter, Fruity

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A surprisingly nice tea though one I personally don’t need to try again. I wonder if I would have the same thoughts about the novel that inspired this? Check out my full review here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2017/04/19/jane-eyre-a-fandom-tea-from-first-edition-tea-co/

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