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Tea Gift Set Honey & Liquorice Flavoured Tea 100g


Wrapped Gift Set Details

100g of your chosen loose leaf tea packed in a foil lined natural kraft bag inside a metal matt black Airseal caddy with neoprene seal for perfect freshness, 

measuring 14cm tall and 8.7cm in diameter and holding approximately 150g of tea when full.

 1 x very pretty and useful strainer in an arts and crafts style known as Empress net weight 31g and measuring 10.7 cm across complete with 

stainless steel drip bowl to catch all the drips 

1x 18-10 quality polished stainless steel deep rounded teaspoon which is ideal for measuring the correct amount of loose leaf tea to make a perfect cuppa tea.

Weighing 29.3g and measuring 12.7 cm it fits perfectly into our Airseal tea caddy.

All wrapped in a sturdy reusable kraft presentation box with ribbon, bow and tag (Christmas tag from 1 Nov to 22 Dec and plain red rest of year unless requested)

Honey & Liquorice


Liquorice is Greek meaning ‘Sweet Root’.

In China, it is known as the ‘great detoxifier’ because it is thought to drive poisons from the system. 
Hannibal also gave it to his ‘war elephants’ to give them enough energy to carry him and his army across the Alps.

By 1900 there were at least 10 liquorice factories in Pontefract West Yorkshire and was the major employer of the town, particularly of women.
In July the annual Liquorice Carnival is still held. There is a liquorice queen crowned with a liquorice crown. She will wear liquorice clothes and parade for visitors with liquorice jewels. You can buy a liquorice plant to take home with you, and there is even a liquorice cheese made there.

The British Army issued liquorice bars to all its soldiers during the Second World War after they discovered Japanese troops fighting in the jungle used it to quench their thirst.

In 2003 Policeman Simon McEvoy prevented a gas explosion in a street in Oldham by plugging a leak with a liquorice of allsort.


A must for all liquorice lovers, an amazing unique flavour, complex with natural honey highlights. By the fact this blend does not contain any tea, it is caffeine-free! Additional benefits are vitamins A, C, and beta-carotene from the Hibiscus which helps to replace electrolytes in the body and ease symptoms of coughs and colds what could be better. This tisane has a silky liquorice body mixed with balanced honey overtones, also a lingering fruity finish and a stunning burgundy-red colour, it tastes as good as it looks.





 Origin: Canada / USA / Thailand / Spain

Caffeine Guide: None

Region: Ontario / California / Sing Buri / Seville

Antioxidant Content: Low

Aroma: Liquorice

Taste: Liquorice with honey overtones and a fruity finish

Ingredients: Apple & Raisin pieces, Hibiscus & Cornflower petals, Fennel, and Natural flavours.

Infusion Colour: Deep burgundy red

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Stephen Bamber (Alness, GB)
Tried a sample went for ample

Very pleasant taste comes out a pink colour. Lots of bits in tea so a good strainer. Yeah great cuppa, will be buying more. 🙂🙂🙂

Stephen Bamber (Helmsdale, GB)
Repeat buyer

A new brew for me as a repeat customer several times over. Great taste, great brew. Will be buying more.

Tim Farnhill (York, GB)
Comfort in a cup

This is a beautiful tasting tea, which a fantastic, deep red colour. It is very a very comforting brew; the aniseed from the liquorice balanced by the sweetness of the honey - a real treat. We are return customers to Teacakes of Yorkshire and have ordered this in the past. We will be back for more!

Frances Gosling (Telford, GB)

Really pleased with my liquorice and honey herbal tea can’t stop making a pot. I purchased a kilo making it very good value for money. Would highly recommend.

Stephanie Moran (Bristol, GB)
Enjoyable tea

This is one of my new favourite teas. A lovely blend that we like to have in the evenings. I honestly haven’t had a bad tea yet from Teacakes of Yorkshire

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