The name comes from ‘a cup of Rosy Lee’ – Cockney rhyming slang for the classic and much-loved British cup of tea. This British classic sits alongside other well known British products like mustard and brown sauce. It’s part of London’s heritage like its Pearly Kings and Queens imagery.
Being a Kenyan/Assam blend means that our tea comes from East Africa and India. Compared to similar teas, the Rosy Lee blend is superior. The sort of tea you get in a teabag is very fine. That means that the flavour is dispersed quickly. It’s not as posh as a whole leaf tea, but it is what the Brits expect and love.
“It tastes exactly like a proper cup of tea should. Strong, fresh and reviving.