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Fortnum & Mason Tea Lover’s Advent Calendar – Available Now!

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The Fortnum & Mason Tea Lover’s Advent Calendar is available now!

The Box: Fortnum & Mason Tea Lover’s Advent Calendar

Savor the countdown to Christmas with this handcrafted wooden advent calendar, decorated with colorful teashop-inspired designs. Behind each of the 24 doors, you’ll find a different rare tea sourced from India and the Far East. Experience the distinctive flavors of everything from delicate Kotada Silver Tips to intense Menghai Dayi Royal Puer. Next holiday season, fill the compartments with your own favorite teas from London’s renowned Fortnum & Mason – a destination for world-class teas since 1707.

The Cost: $56.95

The Products: Includes wooden advent calendar with 24 tea bags. Teas are blended and packed in the UK from imported teas.

  • Royal Blend: Smooth, almost honey-like in flavor.
  • Rose Pouchong: Classical flavors of dark chocolate Turkish Delight.
  • Assam TGFOP: Full bodied and robust.
  • Earl Grey: Black tea flavored with aromatic bergamot oil.
  • Darjeeling FTGFOP: Subtle Muscatel taste, full-bodied with a robust character.
  • Moroccan Mint: Notes of spearmint and peppermint.
  • Gunpowder: Smooth and delicate.
  • Ruby Red Infusion: Spiced plum, cloves and cinnamon.
  • Christmas: Cocoa nibs, clementine and Christmas spices.
  • Sour Cherry & Orange Infusion: Cherry, sun-ripe orange and and almond-like aftertaste.
  • Chai: Black spiced tea with Indian herbs and spices.
  • Licorice, Mint & Lemon Verbena Infusion: Zest licorice, fennel seed and mint.

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  1. I ordered this and it is NOT wooden, even though the website still says it is. I’m still okay with it, but I’m really irritated that Williams Sonoma continues to have the wrong description. I feel like it is false advertising.

    • I also want to add that I put this in a reasonable review of the product on the WS website…and it never posted! As of a week from my writing the review, the things still has 0 posted reviews. WTF?

  2. Ohmygosh!! I had been able to resist all the other advent calendars, but this one is British, Fortum & Mason, and TEA!!! I think this will be my kryptonite.

  3. Just FYI… Anyone seriously considering purchasing this should call Williams & Sonoma or Fortnum & Mason and confirm that it is actually made of wood and not cardboard. I have a sneaking suspicion that W&S pulled the wrong description for this particular advent calendar. F&M usually sells this version of their tea advent calendar for about 25 GBP (about $30) and I don’t think it’s actually wood. The true hand-crafted wooden tea advent calendar that F&M does sell has cute little tins of loose leaf tea, not tea bags, behind each little wooden door (with little handles). That one is much more expensive, like around 125 GBP (or about $150 USD).

    That said, if you like sweeter, flavored teas (like me) — the cheaper calendar is for you. The expensive calendar has more refined, distinctive teas for connoisseurs.

    • Thanks for the heads up! I was considering this because a wooden calendar would be great and reusable. But I was confused because the picture sure looks cardboard.

  4. David’s Tea is so much better!

    • Agreed!

    • Agree!!

    • I am obsessed with David’s Tea!! But for people who like the taste of straight-up or classically flavored tea, where the tea is the star, this is a good fit. Although David’s plain Pu’erh is pretty good.

  5. I went to England in February and visited their Flagship store. The price is a little high for me, but I do plan to place an order for some loose leaf soon. Royal Blend is one of my very favorite teas.

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