the tea: 

Perfect loose leaf, blended, black tea

the taste:

Good body with full strength tea flavour notes

the origin: 

Rwanda & Kenya: Ruker (FBOP1) & Kanyenya (BP1)

the ingredients: 

100% black tea

the brewing: 

To make a proper brew bring freshly drawn cold water to a rolling boil (about 98’c) Put 1.5 tsp of tea for each cup into a teapot, add the water, cover and steep for 3-5 minutes. This 
pack should make around 13-20 brews.

the health: 

If drank black, tea is known to help lower blood pressure, the risk of heart attacks & kidney stones. It’s high in anti-oxidants (est. around 7.50-9.99% polyphenols by dry weight).

Central Library Manchester Blend

SKU: GF003
  • 'Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom, and with all thy getting get understanding'.

    Proverbs 4:7 

    {Inscribed on on the ceiling in the Great Hall}


    Manchester Central Library was officially opened on 17th July 1934,by King

    George V. It is said the King drank a welcome whisky and soda and the Queen a cup of tea from a newly purchased tea service. There is more to the land of Mancunia than football, rain, dance music or a soap opera. Historically, Manchester is known to be the world's first industrialised city, a city that shaped contemporary society. This strong, black brew by local

    tea company Parched Tea Bar,reflects Manchester's strength of character.