Delicious Duke

(6 customer reviews)

$10.00

Dear reader,

If you are looking for a tea that’s as tantilizingly decadent and wild as the Duke of Hastings, well I daresay you have found the right blend. This sweet, sultry blend is almost as tasty as licking the duke himself! But take care, dear reader, for it is just as easy for tea to burn you as it is for an eligible duke to burn for you…
~ Lady W

You might enjoy this tea if you:

  • need to fool the ton mothers into believing you are taken
  • prefer your teas to be subtle and complex simultaneously
  • love a good romp with some Victorian era “lady smut” (aka romance novels)

Ingredients: assam, black currant tea (China black tea, assam tea, organic flavoring), earl grey (organic China black tea, organic assam tea, organic bergamot flavoring), elderberries, cornflowers, French vanilla flavoring

1 oz bags contain 10-12 single servings.

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A sultry black tea blend of earl grey, black currant, and French vanilla flavoring…

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6 reviews for Delicious Duke

  1. Ashley Bayer (verified owner)

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    Amazing tea – love the Bridgerton theme and the unique flavor! Great to get for yourself or as a gift!

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

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  4. Amber (verified owner)

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    Aptly named, smooth and a little fruity

  5. Crystal Smith

    Delicious Duke indeed. The vanilla is perfect with the earl grey, elderberries, and cornflowers. Perfect for any regency romance lover.

  6. Natalie C. (verified owner)

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    Not a Bridgerton fan, but I bought it because I saw one of my favorite ingredients (black currant) and I was curious to see how it compared to one of my favorite teas, a Paris blend that has black currant and vanilla. They are similar, but unique enough I can justify having Delicious Duke in my collection. It’s a pleasant tea, good for the afternoon. It wasn’t a full 5 stars for me though because in some of my steeps there was a note that I didn’t hate, but didn’t love, just something more artificial throwing me off. Possibly the vanilla? But I’m certainly not upset that I have a full size instead of a sample.

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