The most British tea in history is grown on the banks of the 18 metre deep sea creek six miles inland from Falmouth. The tea thrives in a true microclimate in conditions similar to Darjeeling. In fact, Tregothnan often enjoys warmer temperatures than the famous tea regions of India. Leaves are plucked by hand and steamed to lock in the bright green colour and freshness of the leaf.
A real Cornish tea for connoisseurs. complete the set with our Single Estate Black Tea.
Fill your kettle with soft or filtered water. Boil, then leave to cool to approximately 85ºc. Re-infuse the leaves with soft water to make up to 20 cups from 11g.