ELEGANT EARL GREY
A tea blend with a distinctive citrus flavour and aroma derived from the addition of oil extracted from the rind of the bergamot orange, a fragrant citrus fruit.
PEACH GREEN SENCHA
Sweet Japanese sencha with fruity and peachy flavour, the true taste of summer. Mild stimulant, without causing insomnia or nervousness. Refreshes and quiets.
We’ve been using Roleaf for over a year now and what I love most about them is the quality of tea leaves. The teas are delicious and they also offer a really nice mix of blends. My favourite is the Peach Green Sencha tea! Service is excellent and I would highly recommend Roleaf!
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