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  2. mao feng green tea

    mao feng green tea

    Call us soppy romantics, but we like this story. A young man and a beautiful young woman from a tea plantation were in love, but the local tyrant seized her as his concubine. She escaped, only to learn that the tyrant had killed her lover. Finding his body deep in the mountains she wept and wept until she became the rain, while her lover's body turned into a tea bush. Which is why, according to the legend, the area where Mao Feng tea grows is forever cloudy and humid the whole year round. All together now…ahhh! This tea is special, unlike any other green tea on the market. A green tea liked by people who don’t like green tea. Learn More
  3. rooibos

    rooibos

    We’ve called it simply Rooibos but this one is a blend of two native bushes from South Africa. Rooibos (Afrikaans for red bush) and Honey Bush grow only in the Cedarberg region of South Africa. Both shrubs are harvested and processed in much the same way as tea giving you the closest thing to your regular cuppa but naturally without the caffeine. It’s particularly high in antioxidants and nutrients too. Learn More
  4. silver tips white

    silver tips white

    In the Chinese province of Fujian, the tea buds are pucked within two hours of sprouting, then withered naturally in the sun. Possibly one of our most exclusive teas - refreshing light and aromatic. Learn More
  5. rooibos crème caramel

    rooibos crème caramel

    This tea really does have it all. Not only is it rich in antioxidants and nutrients, making it a very healthy cuppa, but the natural caramel flavour makes for a sweet, rich, comforting drink to rival any scrumptious dessert. Some temples even contain tiny chunks of real caramel though we can't guarantee they all do. If you get all 15 full of chunks, you've really hit the sweetness jackpot! Learn More
  6. tung ting oolong

    tung ting oolong

    Tung Ting tea is named after the mountainous Taiwanese region where it grows. Blue tea is a part-fermented tea, with the strength of a black tea but the aromatic flavour of a green. Learn More
  7. jasmine pearls

    jasmine pearls

    Pearls of hand-rolled green tea tips which have been delicately infused with pure jasmine flowers - the leaves are just allowed to rest amongst the flowers to pick up their floral scent. Learn More
  8. 500

    Earl Grey Strong

    Do you like your earl grey to come with some real oomph and wallop? Well, this is the one for you. We’ve blended some powerful Assam and Rwandan with the more delicate Ceylon and Darjeeling to give the perfect strong tea base to compliment the zesty bergamot. Maybe more of a Duke than a lowly Earl? Learn More
  9. darjeeling
  10. apple & cinnamon
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