Twinings sells a variety of tea products from different regions and tastes, including Lapsang Souchong, Lady Grey and Darjeeling, as well as some mixed tea products, coffee and chocolate beverage products, etc.

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Classic series:

The taste is like the amazing taste of the first taste 300 years ago... The most classic Twinings, the most commendable flavor among tea fans, the most meaningful memory is lingered by the fragrance of tea, the sweetest imagination is flavored by flowers and fruits, and caffeine-free flowers Fruit tea is pleasing to the body and mind. With this clear and bright tea soup, the charm of tea drinking culture can be fully expressed.

Classic Black Tea Series:

Royal Earl Grey, English Breakfast Tea, European Darjeeling Tea, Premium Ceylon Tea, Royal Earl Grey Decaffeinated Tea.

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Twinings is a UK tea and other beverages marketer including coffee, hot chocolate and malt beverages, headquartered in Andover, Hampshire. The brand is owned by United Foods. It has the oldest corporate logo in the world that continues to be used and is London's oldest taxpayer, occupying the same premises in strand since 1706. Twinings tea varieties include black, green and herbal teas, as well as fruit-based cold brew teas.

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The origin of Twinings tea

The Twining family originated in Gloucestershire, where they worked as weavers and millers. Although their relationship with the county dates back centuries, the recession caused the family to move to London in 1684. They went with them was Thomas Twining, a 9-year-old tea founder.

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Tea was first brought to Britain by the East India Company in the early 17th century. It is a valuable product, used only by the rich, and is often locked with a key.

Since the 18th century, the Britain has been one of the world's largest consumers of tea, with an annual per capita supply of 1.9 kg. The British Empire played an important role in spreading tea from China to India. British interests controlled the production of tea on the subcontinent. Tea, a drink of the upper echelons of the European continent, has been an infusion of every social class in Britain throughout the 18th century. Tea is a prominent feature of British culture and society.

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Tea is the main hot drink in England. It has become such an integral part of our culture that the traditional afternoon "cuppa" is now a British institution, and it is hard to imagine life without it! When it was first introduced in the 17th century, it was a luxury that only the rich could afford, but now it is popular and affordable for all because of its popularity. Medicine has also recently discovered that tea has many health-like properties.

There are a variety of teas to choose from, but black tea is mainly consumed in the UK, such as Assam, Darjeeling and Ceylon or their mixtures. Most English teas are served with milk, but some can be unmilked, such as Earl's Tea and Green Tea.

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