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19th October 2020

Introducing Fortnum's New Bespoke Tea Blending Service

Be it our famous historic house blends or rare finds from the world’s most exclusive gardens, a Fortnum’s cup of tea is no mere cuppa.

 

From leaf type and flavour profile to intensity and even time of day; we know there are endless personal preferences when it comes to how we all enjoy our tea.

 

That’s why we’ve launched Fortnum’s Bespoke Blending Service; a palate-personalised experience, expertly guided by our tearistas that allows you to create a blend uniquely your own or treat for a friend.

 

Through our years of experimentation and refinement, our tearistas have meticulously curated every possible flavour combination to ensure the highest quality in every cup - so you can be sure that whatever blend you create, it’ll always be Fortnum’s delicious quality.

 

With the opportunity to add a name onto the tea tin itself, it makes for the ultimate personalised gift.

 

Visit us on the First Floor in Piccadilly to experience our new Tea Blending station and create your very own creation that's just your cup of tea. 

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