white honey fig | ste. anne’s white tea (flavoured) Tastes like early morning in an orchard. The peachy notes of […]
Teas that originate from a single tea garden rather than being blended with leaves from other properties, herbs, flowers or […]
Black tea (I recommend Assam) boiled in milk with crushed cardamom and fresh ginger – the perfect tea for…enjoying the […]
In the steep slopes of the Indian Himalayas expert pickers on the Makaibari estate pluck this extraordinary tea only under […]
The ripened version of pu’erh tea is fermented in tea piles which accelerates the maturation of the leaves – the […]
oolong + black tea (blend) Sharp layers of complex notes that linger on the palette: dark malty roasted flavour wrapped […]
These oolongs from Taiwan are grown at altitudes higher than 3,300 ft above sea level – the perfect tea for…shameless […]
Empress Grey // This garden tea classic with an unique citrus twist by Marks & Spencer is hard to find […]
Sometime around 2737 BC Emperor Shen Nong dealt with the accident of tea leaves falling into his outdoor boiling water […]
The Kandy region in Sri Lanka produces bright, full-bodied black teas which are the favourite go-to cup of my wonderful […]
This green tea powder has the highest level of caffeine primarily because you are consuming the entire leaf: and all […]
Re-roasting tea every few years while aging is a delicate and rare process that results in sweet and smoky complexity.
Any tea type can be blended with your favourite flavours and aromas in order to create something new.
The most versatile tea in the kitchen.
A black tea blend with smoky, malty flavours.
Camellia sinesis var. assamica is the larger varietal of the tea plant, which can reach up to 60 feet.
Yellow tea is very rare due to a unique additional step in processing the tea which requires skill and timing.
A delicate bud-only white tea that is naturally dried in the sun.
This fruity and colourful flower which grows throughout Nigeria is a mainstay within herbal tisane as well as tea blends.