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Mr. Darcy’s Pemberley – Lavender and Lemongrass Tea From the Inspired By Jane Austen Premium Gourmet Tea Gift Collection

A lavender and lemongrass green tea with a fresh invigorating scent and delicious taste, perfect as a morning tea or anytime. Premium gourmet tea in flavors inspired by the works of Jane Austen and the manor homes of the characters. Pemberley is the grand country estate of Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice, where Elizabeth finally starts to realize the goodness and complexity of his true character. Lavender Lemon is a healthy green tea blended with lemon grass and lavender for a wonderful afternoon tea. Contains caffeine. Do you love (or want to try) the rich flavor of loose leaf tea but don’t like the mess of a tea infuser? Our pyramid shaped sachets allows you to enjoy the rich gourmet taste of loose leaf tea with the ease and convenience of a tea bag. Each pyramid tea sachet brews 2-3 cups or a small pot of tea. The pyramid shape allows room for the tea leaves to expand and fully release all the subtle flavors this tea offers. Once you experience the joy of sipping high quality tea you will never look at grocery store tea in the same way. Each tea can is adorned with beautiful artwork for a decorative addition to your kitchen or work space. It will make the perfect gift for any fan of Jane Austen, teachers, book club friends, librarians, or anyone who would love a beautiful collectible and decorative tin. The art featured on this design is “La reine Hortense sous une tonnelle à Aix-les-Bains” by Antoine-Jean Duclaux This is an Inspired By Jane exclusive product. Sure to be loved by any Jane Austen fan who receives it! Buy now to have Tea with Jane Austen ever day!

Tea with Jane Austen

Who would not want to sit down with Jane Austen and join her in a cup of tea? Here for the first time is a book that shares the secrets of one of her favorite rituals.Tea figures prominently in Jane Austen’s life and work. At the center of almost every social situation in her novels one finds tea. In Emma, does Miss Bates drink coffee? Of course not: ‘No coffee, I thank you, for me-never take coffee.-A little tea if you please.’ In Pride and Prejudice, what is one of the supreme honors Mr. Collins can envision Lady Catherine bestowing on Elizabeth Bennet and her friends? Why, drinking tea with her, naturally.Tea with Jane Austen begins with tea drinking in the morning and ends with tea in the evening, at balls and other gatherings. Each chapter includes a description of how tea was taken at a particular place or time of day, along with history, recipes, excerpts from Austen’s novels and letters and illustrations from the time.