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Australian Afternoon Grey title

When a dear friend shared that the pace of life left too little time to stop for loose leaf tea, I decided to perfect a fast-infusing black tea, full of the care and quality we are famous for.

I started by sourcing finer cut tea – which infuses faster than large leaf – from classic Ceylon estates high in the mountains of Nuwara Eliya and next to the Singaraja rainforest.

Then added classic bergamot and Australian lemon myrtle, native to this great country; and the perfect partner to enhance the citrus notes of this classic Earl Grey.

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What’s in it

Pure Ceylon tea from Kennilworth, Kiruwanganga and Ullswater estates, Australian lemon myrtle, natural bergamot flavour.

How to get the most out of it

Place teabag in your favourite cup. Pour in fresh water heated to 95°. Infuse for 1-2 minutes and enjoy black or with a splash of milk.

Lemon Myrtle Leaf

I first discovered Australian lemon myrtle after joining the Prom Country Bush Foods Association and being introduced to the wonderful, emerging world of native Australian flavours. We would meet monthly in Leongatha, a group of passionate part-time growers, talking about how to bring these flavours to the broader Australian community, who knew little of them.

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Pure Ceylon Tea

Unlike other teas bought at random auction based on low prices, I select Madame Flavour Ceylon teas personally, based on my favourite seasonal flavours from five particular estates. Over a dozen trips now, I have visited these estates in the high-grown mountainous country of Nuwara Eliya, which takes many hours of windy roads to reach.

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You can buy Madame Flavour Australian Afternoon Grey at Coles Supermarkets throughout Australia and  direct from us via our webshop.