Quarrier’s Dream Black Tea

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What is it?

It’s a tea of distinction named after an inspiring shoe-maker who founded an orphan village.

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Product description

Life doesn’t get any sweeter than Quarrier’s Dream. A tea that carries on the legacy of a shoe retailer turned orphan village founder, this tea serves a higher purpose. When William Quarrier built cottages for orphans, he gave them homes of their own. When this tea leaves your tea cup, it continues to do his good work for him, keeping the memory of his good deeds alive. Of course, in so doing, it also gives you the satisfaction of drinking a full-bodied, rich, and sophisticated tea blend.  



A marriage made in heaven, this fusion of malty Assam, bittersweet Ceylon, and leafy green tea makes for a splendid afternoon tea. The amber brew, enhanced with hints of vanilla, maple, caramel, and blackberries, is as sweet as honey and as lively and refreshing as youth itself.


Caffeine Level

With about 27mg to 35mg per cup, the moderate caffeine level in this cuppa is nothing to lose sleep over.



Premium grade black tea, Premium grade green tea, Naturally-dried mallow petals, Naturally-dried cornflower petals, Natural flavourings.


Quality of Leaves

Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe (FBOP)


Where Does It Come From?

The ingredients in this tea blend are brought to you from three of the world’s top tea producing countries: Sri Lanka, India, and China. Depending on the source, they’re grown at altitudes as low as 1,500ft. and as high as 6,800ft.


Who Is This Tea For?

It’s a tea for the young at heart and the full of hope, the generous and the humble.


What Are the Health Benefits?

The health benefits of black tea are too many to count. But if you’d like to skim through some of the most well-known ones, please click here.


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Packet Size

60g, 80g, 125g, 250g, 500g


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