Tea & Preserves Gift Sets
Tea, a drink with jam and bread.
Go on and spread the news—these gift sets are the next best thing to tea at The Plaza (BYO crumpets, of course). Each includes a tin of premium loose leaf tea and a jar of preserves in so-complementary flavors. Choose from a wildflower and stone fruit pairing or Meyer lemon and Earl Grey...with that vibrant yellow packaging embellished with silk ribbon you can’t go wrong, really.
Afternoon Collection includes a tin of The Queen's Guard and Le Hammeau
The Nocturne Collection includes a tin of Nocturne and Pic du Midi
The Earl Grey & Citrus Gift Set includes a tin of Earl Grey and a jar of Meyer Lemon & Earl Grey Preserve
Wildflower & Stone Fruit Gift Set includes a tin of Le Hammeau and a jar of Peach & Le Hammeau Preserve
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
No. 12 Le Hammeau: Lemongrass, lemon verbena, chamomile, lavender, rose, mint, sage and natural essence.
No. 47 The Queen's Guard: Black Ceylon tea, rose, lavender, and natural essence.
No. 48 Pic du Midi: Mint, black currant, ginger, lemon verbena, and natural essences.
No. 122 Nocturne: Chamomile, lavender, mullein flower, and mint.
No. 35 The Earl Grey: Ceylon tea, and natural Sicilian bergamot.
Peach & Le Hammeau Fruit Preserve: Peaches, cane sugar, water, no.12 Le Hammeau tea, lemon juice, and fruit pectin.
Meyer Lemon & The Earl Grey Fruit Preserve: Meyer lemons, cane sugar, water, organic Ceylon tea, and Sicilian bergamot.
Box measures 3.5" W x 7" L x 3.5" H. Contains 4.5oz of tea.
Care & Notes
No. 12 Le Hammeau: 2 tsp. per 8oz of water, 195°F, 5-10 min. Good for 2 infusions.
No. 47 The Queen's Guard: 1-2 tsp. per 8oz of water, 195°F, 4-6 min. Good for 2 infusions.
No. 48 Pic du Midi: 1-2 tsp. per 8oz of water, 195°F, 5-10 min. Good for 2 infusions.
No. 122 Nocturne: 1-2 tsp. per 8oz of water, 195°F, 5-10 min. Good for 2 infusions.
No. 35 The Earl Grey: 1-2 tsp. per 8oz of water, 195°F, 4-6 min. Good for 2 infusions.
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