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    ‘We began our China Tea three days ago, & I find it very good my companions know nothing of the matter.’ Jane Austen, Friday 31 May 1811

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  • Jane Austen's Breakfast Tea - Finest Assam

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    ‘Let me know when you begin the new Tea & the new White Wine.My present Elegancies have not yet made me indifferent to such matters.’ Jane Austen, Thursday 23 September 1813

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  • Mr & Mrs Darcy Teaspoon

    Mr & Mrs Darcy Teaspoon

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    A pretty vintage teaspoon engraved with 'Mr & Mrs Darcy' - a wonderful and unique gift for Jane Austen fans, Pride & Prejudice devotees and Darcy lovers everywhere!

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  • Mrs Austen's Garden Tea - Rosy Fig

    Mrs Austen's Garden Tea - Rosy Fig

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    ‘I am sorry to hear that there has been a rise in tea. I do not mean to pay Twining till later in the day, when we may order a fresh supply.’ Jane Austen, Sunday 6 March 1814

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