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Have you ever wondered why British people are sometimes referred to as Limeys? The answer comes from the time of the British empire when sailors, who would be gone sometimes for months and even years at sea, were given limes – which are high in vitamin C – to help ward off scurvy. It is fitting in a way that we produce this particular blend of tea since it is also the British who come to mind when one thinks of tea! The lime itself (Latin: Citrus aurantifolia) is native to India and grows on a smallish thorny bush. The sweet, tart character of the small green fruit blends very well with our high grown Ceylon. The infusion produces a cup that is pleasingly astringent and surprisingly full-bodied.
What type of tea do we use, how do we flavor the tea and why do we use natural flavors?
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