Ringtons Lapsang Souchong Loose Tea is a delicious Black tea with a slightly smoky & sweet flavour. These teas were once restricted to the Fukian province in China is now enjoyed all over the world. After the leaves have been plucked they are then withered in bamboo
Ingredients & Nutritional Information
100% Black Tea
At Ringtons we have been selecting speciality teas for our customers since 1907. Our tea-obsessed Tea Tasters travel the world to find the finest teas and we are proud to bring you our Signature range which will delight tea-lovers of all kinds. We suggest the following preparation, brewing and preservation tips to help you fully enjoy your Ringtons tea.
Preparation - Use one heaped teaspoon per cup. Freshly drawn water (which has not been over-boiled) will bring out the finest flavours of our teas.
Brewing - All teas need time to properly infuse, releasing their true flavours.
Preservation - Once opened, always keep your loose tea in an airtight caddy or container and enjoy within the Best Before Date.
FREE Standard UK Delivery on orders over £30.00 (1-2 working days once dispatched). Dispatch is normally 2-5 working days.
Standard UK Delivery - £4.50 (1-2 working days once dispatched). Dispatch is normally 2-5 working days.
Next Day UK Delivery - £6.95 (orders must be placed by 12pm). Parcels will be delivered Monday - Friday. For Saturday deliveries please select the Saturday delivery option.
International Delivery – prices vary depending on the weight of your order and country you’re sending to. Cost of delivery will be calculated at the checkout. International deliveries may incur additional taxes and customs charges at the destination country, please check with the local tax authority before placing an order with us. Ringtons cannot be held liable for these charges.
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Excellent Tea at Excellent value. Tastes the same as Fortnum at Ringtons prices.
Ringtons Lapsang Souchong Loose Tea is a delicious Black tea with a slightly smoky & sweet flavour. These teas were once restricted to the Fukian province in China is now enjoyed all over the world. After the leaves have been plucked they are then withered in bambooRingtons