Premium Russian Tea Curtis by Mayiski 2.46 oz

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SKU RU-101

Tea was introduced to Russia in 1638, when a Mongolian ruler presented to Tsar Michael I some tea. Since then tea has become an important part of Russian culture. Due in part to Russia's cold climate, tea is considered a national beverage nowadays. Russians love their tea so much that they even invented a tea-brewing device called Samovar, a symbol of Russian hospitality and comfort. To enjoy authentic Russian style tea, don’t forget to use varenye, or Russian fruit preserve instead of sugar to sweeten your cup of tea!

  • Facts 2.46 oz. Product of Russia
  • Ingredients Black tea.

Tea was introduced to Russia in 1638, when a Mongolian ruler presented to Tsar Michael I some tea. Since then tea has become an important part of Russian culture. Due in part to Russia's cold climate, tea is considered a national beverage nowadays. Russians love their tea so much that they even invented a tea-brewing device called Samovar, a symbol of Russian hospitality and comfort. To enjoy authentic Russian style tea, don’t forget to use varenye, or Russian fruit preserve instead of sugar to sweeten your cup of tea!

  • Facts 2.46 oz. Product of Russia
  • Ingredients Black tea.
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