Royal Leaf


An uplifting Niligiri blend of premium fresh black CTC tea enjoyed as a well-loved breakfast tea. High grown Single estate tea Since 1990 Enhanced Niligiri flavour Flavour | Aroma lock sealed pack Available in 250g, 500g pack




Royal Leaf


An uplifting Niligiri blend of premium fresh black CTC tea enjoyed as a well-loved breakfast tea. High grown Single estate tea Since 1990 Enhanced Niligiri flavour Flavour | Aroma lock sealed pack Available in 250g, 500g pack


Royal Dust


A robust earthy dark blend of fresh CTC tea preferred as a traditional milk tea High grown Single estate tea Since 1990 Enhanced Niligiri strength Flavour | Aroma lock sealed pack Available in 250g, 500g pack


Royal Dust


A robust earthy dark blend of fresh CTC tea preferred as a traditional milk tea High grown Single estate tea Since 1990 Enhanced Niligiri strength Flavour | Aroma lock sealed pack Available in 250g, 500g pack


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Tea might provide protection from ultraviolet rays. We know it’s important to limit exposure to UV rays, and we all know what it’s like to feel the burn. The good news is that green tea may act as a back-up sunscreen. Tea could keep waist circumference in check. In one study, participants who regularly consumed hot tea had lower waist circumference and lower BMI than non-consuming participants. Scientists speculate that regular tea drinking lowers the risk of metabolic syndrome (which increases the risk of diabetes, artery disease and stroke), although it’s important to remember that correlation does not equal causation. Regular tea drinking might also counteract some of the negative effects of smoking and might even lessen the risk of lung cancer (good news, obviously, but not a justification for cigs).


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Tea might provide protection from ultraviolet rays. We know it’s important to limit exposure to UV rays, and we all know what it’s like to feel the burn. The good news is that green tea may act as a back-up sunscreen. Tea could keep waist circumference in check. In one study, participants who regularly consumed hot tea had lower waist circumference and lower BMI than non-consuming participants. Scientists speculate that regular tea drinking lowers the risk of metabolic syndrome (which increases the risk of diabetes, artery disease and stroke), although it’s important to remember that correlation does not equal causation. Regular tea drinking might also counteract some of the negative effects of smoking and might even lessen the risk of lung cancer (good news, obviously, but not a justification for cigs).


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