Coconut Tea

Drift away to tropical shores with this deliciously creamy coconut tea. China black tea blended with coconut flavours and little pieces of flaked coconut.

Taste Notes : Coco Cabana

Ingredients : black tea, coconut flakes, flavouring

Brewing :  Use one teaspoon of loose leaf tea per cup and always use freshly boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste, depending on your preference for strength. Enjoy with or without milk.

Delivery Information : Order before 1pm for same day posting with Royal Mail Tracked 48 service. Free delivery orders £30+

Mix & Match Any Tea Discount
Any 3 x Regular Tea Pouches = £11

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Valerie Jobes
My favourite tea!

This lovely, fragrant tea is one of my favourites. The balance of the flavours is perfect without the coconut being overpowering. Delicious without milk.

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Monique Simmons
Smooth coconut

Loving this coconut tea - really smooth- lovely for breakfast or any time of day

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Tim Anthoney
Great tea

Has become my favourite. Lovely coconut taste and not too strong a tea to overpower it. Will definitely buy again. Highly recommended

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Sandra
So lovely

Love this tea as it’s tastes of coconut not like some that taste of nothing. I’ve had it with milk and without and for me I prefer no milk.
Certainly be ordering this one again

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Palden Jenkins
Distinctly coconutty

I really like this tea. It has a very marked coconut flavour and it has been well blended. It's a black tea, and if you really want to go bananas, try it with Jersey/Guernsey milk - but ordinary milk works well, of course, or even soya or almond milk. It has a pleasant coconutty edge to it. I've even tried mixing it 50-50 with Tugboat's honey tea, and that worked well. Though it doesn't mix so well with vanilla tea - they tend to cancel each other out. But it does go quite well with eating vanilla or chocolate ice cream, if you really want to be seriously original, fascinate your dinner guests or get rid of picky teenagers. On one of those rare hot days (they do happen) it works well also as a cold/iced tea. But don't just take my word for it.