Blending history and literature, War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy is one of the longest novels ever written. To conquer it, you'll want to have a strong white tea by your side, one braced in chamomile (for calm) and with an enduring taste of sweet peach (for strength). Few peach teas have the persistence of NovelTeas' classically curated Tolstoy Blend.
Inspired as one of the foremost works of world literature, this tea is an ode to things that last and things that change.
Ingredients: White Tea, Pineapple, Peach, Chamomile, Sunflower, Artificial Flavor. Moderate Caffeine.
I ordered War and Peach as well as Pride and Peppermint as Christmas gifts and my granddaughters were delighted.
The quality of the tin is awesome! Nice, sturdy tin, well made, tea smells amazing! I didn't expect it to actually BE book sized, so that was a very nice surprise!
I'm giving this as a gift, so I don't know how the tea itself tastes, but if it tastes like it smells then 5 stars!
War and Peach NovelTea Tin
Could not be happier with this purchase of a gift for my daughter. Thank you so much!
The tea itself was absolutely delicious. I love it. When I run out I'm gonna buy more. However, be warned if you have silicone tea infusers, the smell/aftertaste of peach will not come out and you will never be able to use that tea infuser with other teas without tasting peach. I made that mistake and now two of my tea infusers are useless to other teas.
Our Pride and Peppermint tea pricks the mouth and bucks all minty norms with a sweetly rooibos red flair and simultaneously elegant sensation of chamomile.
Inspired by blue and white tea sets of the Regency Era. The inset portrait of Elizabeth Bennet is a tribute to Hugh Thomson, one of the first to illustrate Austen’s books.
The delicate flavorings and novel-inspired decorations of The Picture of Earl Grey™ may deceive you at first. This tin and tea provide for an exquisitely deceptive and Wildely elegant experience for any new collector. Organic jasmine green tea and a rose-blended bergamot radiate hedonism and reflect your eternal beauty as you sip.
Inspired by Irish author Oscar Wilde's 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' it makes a great gift for the book lover in your life.
The cover portrait does not depict Dorian, but the supposed namesake of the tea; Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey and British Prime Minister.
Product spine is more detailed and elaborate than depicted.
Ingredients: Jasmine Green Tea, Black Tea, Rose Petals, Natural Flavor. Moderate Caffeine.
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An English tea that's green? This organic twist on a feelgood classic leaves a zesty ginger kick in your step. Bound to steam away the tummy aches and perils of Victorian industrialism.
Much like our orphaned hero, Charles Dickens was born into a difficult life. He rose to fame as one of the most acclaimed authors of the Victorian Era, unleashing tales of unflinching poverty unto the world’s social consciousness. He showed the systemic failures of industrialism and taught how benevolence and charity can conquer all.
Inspired by vintage Dickens book covers, Oliver Twist's NovelTea Tin fits among any collection from the Victorian era. The cover features gold leaf figures of The Artful Dodger and Mr. Bumble, and an oil painting of young Oliver asking for some more, please.
Ingredients: Organic Green Tea, Ginger Root, Lemongrass, Lemon Myrtle. Low Caffeine.View full product details
Our Matcha Do About Nothing Tea stages a lovely silky finish that is befitting of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy.
The English may not have yet had tea in the 17th century, but the silky finish of this Japanese Matcha would have caused much ado about something. The Tin is a tribute to the Bard himself with design inspirations coming from all the way back in the year 1632 when Thomas Cotes printed Shakespeare’s Second Folio. The decorations include thematic elements of the play itself.
Includes two Shakespeare bookmarks.