This is the Tunbridge Wells Store's exclusive loose leaf tea blend!


A right royal, floral blend from the Garden of England!



TEA Wells

Green Tea

TEA Wells

This is the Tunbridge Wells Store's exclusive loose leaf tea blend!


A right royal, floral blend from the Garden of England!



3 Reviews

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lProduct Description

Tunbridge Wells was put on the map 400 years ago in the garden of England, Kent! A traditional town based amongst all that green led the Teabird's in Tunbridge Wells to make an Earl Grey like blend with green tea. Watch the blue & red cornflowers swirl around in your cup just like a beautiful English garden!


Each store has it's own blends, designed to represent the people and the local area. Check out the other blends!


Chinese sencha green tea, orange peel, apple pieces, rosehip, hibiscus, blue cornflowers, red cornflowers, natural flavouring.


Warning: Packed in an environment that contains nuts. 


Please check out our allergens page for any queries you may have regarding ingredients.

pBrew the perfect cup

1 heaped teaspoon per cup - 80° water - 3 mins - without milk  


Check out our easy 'How to make a perfect cup of loose tea' post on our UniversiTEA blog for more help with brewing tips and techniques. 

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Product Reviews


Based on 3 reviews


Fruity brilliance!

There are a lot of fruits in this, and it's awesome. I seriously love it, and so do my family, who kept stealing cups of it from me.


Such a beaut of a blend here: it DOES look like a garden!

Green tea with lovely floral colors… it does look like a garden in the description. Sadly it may work better visually than taste-wise. It also mentions this was inspired by an Earl Grey, and I’m not quite seeing the connection. I would have loved if it was a floral green tea with a quality bergamot. However, this is not that. The buttery vegetal green tea makes itself known. Otherwise, a bit of a fruity flavor. The color of the brew does turn a tinge pink, but luckily that hibiscus doesn’t take over. The second steep seems a bit thin. More pleasing to the eye than the palate.
Steep #1 // 1 teaspoon for a full mug // 30 minutes after boiling // 2 1/2 minute steep
Steep #2 // 28 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep
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Where's the green tea?

To me, this one actually tastes like a fruit tea. I would have no idea that it’s on a green base if I hadn’t read the ingredients. It mostly tastes of orange and a bit of hibiscus.

To be honest, I’m a bit disappointed. The description calls it a “right royal, floral blend” but the flowers don’t add anything in the way of flavor. It’s also described as “Earl Grey like”, but to me there’s no comparison.

At leas the hibiscus isn’t overpowering, but I’m not personally a fan of fruit teas so this one isn’t for me.

Flavors: Apple, Hibiscus, Orange, Rosehips, Tart
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