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Christmas Tea

What makes our Christmas Spiced Tea so Christmassy?

Meet our once-in-a-season teatime creation, and three other festive favourites to enjoy this #FortnumsChristmas

Plenty of festive spice and a lot of Christmas spirit, that's what.

But more specifically, our tea experts pick the finest Chinese black tea and blend it with a secretive blend of Christmas spices, zesty clementine and cacao nibs, to create a robust and decidedly seasonal brew, enjoyable day or night, and specifically made to partner every sweet festive excess. Adding tot of whisky to a cup of this glorious stuff instantly transforms it into a winning hot toddy, too.

But first and foremost, we recommend you partner our Christmas Spiced Tea with a festive friend from the collection - so without further ado, here are three of them, ready and waiting for you to enjoy this Christmas. Happy sipping.

Christmas Coffee

Created especially for celebrations, this is a rich blend of festively bright beans. The Indian Malabar beans lend a unique spicy and caramelised note, while the sun-dried Ethiopian and Guatemalan coffee beans create an aromatic sensation.

With fragrant notes of dried fruits and dark chocolate, this truly delicious coffee is the perfect way to wake on a festively bright Christmas morning.

Christmas Ruby Red Infusion

Glowing with the promise of warming spiced plum, our zesty infusion brims with the evocative aromas of cloves, cinnamon and rosehip. Sweet, spicy and a suitably festive deep ruby red colour, this is a cup of good cheer for a Merry Christmas.

Naturally caffeine-free, this infusion is perfect any time of day, anywhere. I also makes for a merry tipple… try it with our English Sloe Gin
Mince Pies

Christmas Spiced Green Tea

Our warming blend of green tea, star anise, liquorice, coconut and a hint of vanilla is a festive treat any time of day. Created especially for Christmas, these innovative pyramid bags hold whole leaves rather than the small cut tea, the perfect brew.

Best enjoyed with a traditional mince pie, warm from the oven, served warm with a spoonful of Cognac Brandy Butter on a winter's afternoon.