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2020 speciality Teas

We offer a wide range of teas including local and international varieties. We like to make our teas unique by carefully sourcing and selecting ingredients on the merits of taste and authenticity. With us, you are sure to get the ancient original taste, because we painstakingly follow traditional processes to make our teas in the old way. With our tea varieties, we guarantee that you will have a collection of delightfully tickled taste buds because of the quality of our teas

High grown orthodox tea from the mountains of the moon. 

Black tea leaves, vibrant, robust and rich in flavour. 

 

 

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A sweetstyle from the hillsides that overlook the river teesta.

Best drunk without milk, a perfect afternoon refreshment. 
Darjeeling's first flush Tea unlike any other, when brewed it consists
of delicate, tender flavours with light floral undertones.
Brewing instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water. 
Infuse for 2 to 4 minutes.

CHAI TEA

£3.00

CHAI TEA

£3.00

Black Tea with cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, black pepper, star anise and cloves. A delicious tea for those who like a bit of spice.

A beautiful and aromatic Tea with a touch of bergamot.

A beautifull and slightly softer variant for those who favour a lighter style of Tea.

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GREEN TEA EXOTIC

£2.50
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GREEN TEA EXOTIC

£2.50

A beautiful green Tea with natural flavour of pineapple, safflower and cornflower.

Full bodied Assam from Chardwar Tea Estate.

A traditional full bodied black tea with a brisk malty flavour and strong aroma.

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2020 TEA BLEND

£3.00
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2020 TEA BLEND

£3.00

A perfect blend of English breakfast tea and Darjeeling, this makes the perfect afternoon tea.

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Quality over quantity is what you'll find from this faitrade estate. This is a fine example of satemwa's quality. .Soothing and revitalizing, it’s a full-bodied brew with a muted, mellow flavour. Despite it being a black tea, this Malawi Satemwa is delicate and sweet, with a long finish and only a trace of that bitter-sweet black brew aftertaste.

It’s smooth, strong, but remarkably light and versatile. With a dash of milk to balance the sweetness and bring out the malty notes, this brew makes a fabulous breakfast or afternoon tea.

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Scottish Speyside uses a blend of fine black teas and herbs to create an infusion that reminds you of the welcoming warmth of a great Speyside Whisky. Not a drop of alcohol in sight or taste but a great experience for you to enjoy. Slightly sweet, peaty warmth flavours remind you of your favorite dram!.

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High grown flowery orange pekoe tea with a mellow liquor and flavour.

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From the slopes of Mt. Kenya, an aromatic high grown quality tea

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A luxurious flavoured tea with ginger and orange peel.

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Grown on the slopes of Mount Tinderet in Nandi, this is one of our favourites. Bright and fresh-tasting, with a slightly sweet, grassy aromas, this a real gem.

Best enjoyed;
1tsp //  80°C  // 30 secs

Lovely Chinese black tea enhanced with lemon peel.

Yes the humble lemon tastes excellent with tea. In fact, it enhances the flavor of the brew and adds a whiff of freshness to it. There are many benefits of black lemon tea.

Having lemon tea will not only keep you free from a number of diseases, but, at the same time, aids in fighting early signs of ageing. Instead of adding creamers and milk to your tea and pile up on the calories, switch to lemons. You will be surprised at how light and flavorful does your tea taste.

A fantastic and delicate green tea from China. Allow the green tea to steep for 3 to 5 minutes depending on your flavour preferences. We recommend steeping for 3 minutes and then tasting every 30 seconds to achieve the best results. The amount of time the tea steeps directly impacts the flavor.

Sri Lanka (Ceylon) plantations where tea for this strong blend come from are located 2000 meters above the sea level. High humidity, late summer monsoons and cold January winds creates the special character of this tea. Infusion has a rusty colour is medium bodied and is very refreshing. Just right for breakfast tea. Enjoy it on its own or with milk and/or sugar.

2 to 3 grams, 200 mills of water at around 95+ C degrees, 3 to 5 mins depend on preferences. Infuse with boiling water for up to 3 minutes if you want your tea stimulating and energizing; 3-5 minutes if you want it to have a soothing and relaxing effect.

After you have finished brewing, take the leaves out of the cup/teapot – if they remain in the water too long, they start releasing tannins. Tannin makes tea taste bitter, inhibits absorption of magnesium and iron which are necessary for the body to function properly.