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Chai Tea Week

Chai Tea Week

For thousands of years, popularity in Chai tea has been unwavering across Southeast Asia with its consumption embedded into the cultures of many societies. Its delightfully rich aroma and flavour have since reached out across the world with households and cafes from India to America now indulging themselves in this ancient, charming brew. Such isRead More...
History and Health Benefits of Camomile Tea

History and Health Benefits of Camomile Tea

Let’s Explore Camomile Tea When exploring the world of herbal remedies in all its many forms, you would have likely come across the wonders of Camomile Tea. This incredible plant has been used for thousands of years and can be dried and prepared for many different natural remedies and poultices, as well as being consumedRead More...
Darjeeling Tea - All You Need To Know

Darjeeling Tea - All You Need To Know

Let’s Explore Darjeeling Tea Almost 5,000 miles away from the Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company in the mountainous region of Darjeeling, India, experienced and dedicated workers will be wrapping up some of 2017’s iconic Darjeeling First Flush Tea. For centuries, Darjeeling has blessed the tea industry with some of the most prized andRead More...
Gunpowder Tea

Gunpowder Tea

For centuries, the tea industry in China has been booming, with the nation presently boasting around 35% of the world’s tea production. During these hundreds of years, China and the world of tea have shared a close and personal bond, with many elements of Chinese culture adapting tea consumption into their historic rituals and routinesRead More...
History and Health Benefits of Rooibos Tea

History and Health Benefits of Rooibos Tea

Rooibos Tea It is arguably one of the most distinctive tasting teas available on the market, yet it isn’t even technically a ‘tea’! In fact, Rooibos tea is grown from a completely different plant all together, with it originating from the Aspalathus Linearis plant as opposed to the Camellia Sinensis plant. The term “Rooibos” isRead More...
Dirok Tea Estate in Assam

Dirok Tea Estate in Assam

Dirok is part of the Mcleod Russel tea plantation group. It is one of the Companies most beautiful estates producing Assam Tea, lying in the Margherita area of Upper Assam. It is situated on the South Bank of the Brahmaputra, the garden has undulating terrain with the forested Patkai hills to the South and WestRead More...
Jasmine Tea

Jasmine Tea

As the delights of summer descend upon the tea provinces of China, a very special and fulfilling journey commences amongst the vast fields and plantations scattered across the landscape. Although almost every tea story contains romanticised tales of origins and ancient processing methods, none are quite as unique as Jasmine Tea’s rise to worldwide fame,Read More...
9 Health Benefits of Green Tea you Didn't Know

9 Health Benefits of Green Tea you Didn't Know

We have all been there – scouring through books or the internet in the hope of finding some magic remedy to combat our ailments. During these painstaking research sessions, the chances are you came across information all about the outstanding health benefits of Green Tea. This might be because it’s no secret that Green TeaRead More...
Keemun Tea

Keemun Tea

The history of many teas can be traced back for thousands of years. Stories uncovered in ancient textbooks and memoirs of idolised contributors are just some of the ways in which we piece together tea’s illustrious and expansive past. Although we cherish these fond and fascinating facts dating back to centuries past, the magic ofRead More...
Breakfast Tea

Breakfast Tea

A question we are often asked: What is Breakfast Tea?, its enjoyed all around the world, often a cup of tea is first! We thought we would treat you to a trip around the globe with the perfect Morning cup of tea, starting with the UK: English Breakfast Tea - Many countries believe they have theRead More...

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