Classed by the Chinese as Jasmine Number 1, a grade just below the exotic jasmines, this green tea has all the flavour, aroma and great qualities you would expect of such a prized tea. The secret is high quality green tea and fine jasmine blossoms which only bloom in May when they produce the most i..
Jasmine, Rose and Lavender petals add exquisite floral notes to a traditional chai mix blended with a full-bodied Assam. Ginger and cardamom mixed with the cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, provide the warming spice flavour which enhance the traditional chai tea experience. Add hot milk and sugar for the..
When plucking this tea, not the youngest leaves and the bud are taken, but the Souchong leaf: riper, larger leaves from the lower parts of the tea bushes. After fermentation, these leaves are put on hot iron pans or iron plates and roasted for a short time, and then the tea is smoked over exotic woo..
Lemon Ginger Ceylon Tea has to be one of the most delightful experiences your taste buds can enjoy. The pairing of lemon and ginger flavours is of course no surprise, but here we take that synergy just a little further by adding premium, high quality tea from the top growing regions in Sri Lanka. Th..
China Congou Luxury Green Tea. This easy drinking green tea is high in antioxidants and has quite a delicate flavour, not bitter (as long as it’s not made with boiling water) Plucked daily to ensure only new shoots are gathered. Grown in the WuYi mountains, smooth tasting and low in caffeine..
There's something very special about experiencing a cup of tea in Yorkshire. Perhaps it really is in the water! Harrogate is famous for its many ancient wells, in particular the famous Tewitt well discovered by William Slingsby during the 1700's who believed that Harrogate's water supply had miracle..
The large fruity selection of berries is just delightful. In midsummer the bushes are full of dark red and blue berries. On sunny forest edges and slopes, from the lowlands to the mountain regions, they soak their aroma with the warm sunshine. Who has not picked them as a child and eaten them with d..
Pai Mu Tan is the best-known specialty within the category "White Tea" and is finding more and more friends all over the world. A tea plant called Chaicha or Narcissus grows in the province of Fujian and is also known as "White Peony" After plucking, the tea is dried in the sun or in closed rooms wi..
The freshest tea you’ll taste is Peppermint. A traditional herbal with light minty taste, not only very refreshing but renowned for its soothing benefits. Particularly helpful with stomach aches and pains, stomach cramps, heartburn, gas/flatulence and indigestion. Peppermint helps to pr..
Russian Caravan is a tea steeped in history! Following the Silk road traditions, we've combined an Assam a Lapsang Souchong (to give that smokey hint of the camp fires) and a light, bright Ceylon tea. A luxury Black tea from India, China and Sri Lanka with a moderate caffeine content. Full bod..
A merrily coloured, typical winter blend: big strawberry pieces and star aniseed capture the eye and awaken your curiosity. Discover a fruity and spicy cornucopia of flavour reminiscent of mulled wine and Christmas atmosphere.Apple Pieces, Hibiscus Blossoms, Rose Hip Peel, Cinnamon Rods, Star Anisee..
Turmeric is the trend of the season and an absolute must-have as a tea. This herb tea blend is based on turmeric roots and ginger pieces and caters for an extraordinary taste experience.Ginger’s spicy hot flavour is underlined by sweet aniseed and delightfully bitter cocoa shells. That certain somet..