Our range of teas have been carefully selected to offer a comprehensive range to our customers. We hold a wide range of original teas, specific gardens and flavoured teas. To complement the list we have herbal and fruit tisanses. Most are available in tagged or untagged bags.
However if you have a specific requirement please contact one of our customer support representatives on: 01442 234 239 or email@example.com
Our range of teas
Has a rich strong flavour with a reddish liquor. Described as ‘brisk, strong and malty’, believed to be the original Irish Breakfast Tea. An excellent brew for starting the day, best served with milk. The broken orange pekoe has a stronger flavour than the leaf tea.
Ceylon BOP High grown Ceylon tea is known for its golden colour, full taste and delicate fragrance. Suitable to be drunk all day with lemon or milk.. As it does not go cloudy when cold it is suitable to be used as iced tea in the summer.
Darjeeling is classed as the champagne of teas, grown on very steep slopes, up to 7,000 feet in the Himalayas. Gives a rich subtle muscatel flavour with an exquisite bouquet. A light coloured mellow tea very suitable for ‘afternoon tea’. Often drunk without milk as a light refreshing drink.
The famous Darjeeling mist so beneficial to the tea envelopes the uppermost slopes of the north eastern district of India to produce this fine tea famous for its rich flavour and pleasant aroma, hints of muscatel and champagne. A tea which can be enjoyed at any time of the day with milk or lemon.
Kibena Pekoe Fannings (Fairtrade)
A bright strong tea from Tanzania. Grown in the Iringa district from cuttings (clonal), this tea is processed in a very modern tea factory supported by the Commonwealth Development Project. Through the Fairtrade Foundation they have equipped a government built school with books etc., and built a house for the head teacher. The dispensary has funded furniture and beds and a social centre has been built for the local community.
This is a blend of black China teas which originally were taken by camel to Moscow in exchange for furs. It was packed in cloth bags and it is said that the smoke form the campfires of the traders, on their way home, permeated the tea, so giving it it’s distinct ‘smokey’ flavour. It has a strong reddish-brown infusion.
Special English Breakfast Blend
A blend of broken orange pekoe teas specially selected from the finest estates; Assam gives strength and body and Kenya renowned for its brightness and briskness. These are blended with tea from Ceylon, to give a most refreshing flavour.
The most famous of English of teas. Named after the Earl who invented the tea by scenting a Black China tea with oil of bergamot.. a herb which is said to help bronchial problems, stomach disorders and head aches. Perfect for serving as an afternoon tea. Drink without milk or lemon.
A refreshing unfermented green tea from the Orient. The tea leaf is rolled by hand into small balls that resemble musket balls which give this famous tea its strange name.
Rose Congou (sometimes called Rose Pouchong)
A black china tea enhanced with rose petals. It has a delicate bouquet with a pleasant scented taste.
This subtle blend of Keemun and Darjeeling teas with a hint of Lapsang Souchong gives a delicate brew with a refreshing aftertaste.
Japanese Leaf Tea with cherry flavouring. A light smooth tea with a strong cherry flavour - reminding one of Tokyo in the springtime!
Lemon with Peels
Black China Tea with lemon flavouring and dried lemon peels. Produces an astringent, refreshing drink.
Orange and Spice
Black China Tea with orange flavouring, dried orange peels with cinnamon and allspice. Makes a lovely hot brew for a cold winter’s day.
A wonderful aromatic China Tea blended with cornflowers, hibiscus flowers, sunflowers, almond, orange and clove pieces, flavoured with cinnamon, walnut and almond. This wonderful blend creates a flavoursome and warming brew to brighten a cold day.