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  1. Lapsang Souchong Tea

    Lapsang Souchong Tea

    Accidents happen. We’re all guilty of them. But how often can our accidents be perceived as historic triumphs? Lapsang Souchong Tea is one such example. It could have been a catastrophic mistake but turned out to be quite the opposite. Today, there is no mistaking Lapsang Tea’s unique, smoky flavour and enticing aroma, which has survived the test of time Read more...
  2. Dandelion Tea Benefits

    Dandelion Tea Benefits

    The Dandelion is more than just a weed. Gardeners may hate it, but we love it. Why? Because of Dandelion Tea benefits, of course! Indeed, when brewed up as a warm, nourishing cup of Dandelion Tea, this so-called “pest” doesn’t look so bad! In this blog, we’re exploring not one, but two types of Dandelion Tea. We stock both Dandelion Read more...
  3. Hibiscus Tea Benefits

    Hibiscus Tea Benefits

    Hibiscus Tea benefits are today some of the best documented in the world of science and Tea. From weight loss to menstrual relief; anti-ageing properties to, of course, lower blood pressure, the possibilities are near endless. Hibiscus Tea can, under the right circumstances, be the perfect accompaniment to a healthy and active lifestyle. In reality, this beverage may be the Read more...
  4. Raspberry Leaf Tea Pregnancy: Facts and Fictions?

    Raspberry Leaf Tea Pregnancy: Facts and Fictions?

    Pregnancy is one of the most wonderful, yet testing, periods of one’s life. For some, it’s a breeze, but for others, it comes with great difficulties. There is no easy solution, no magic pill or secret potion to make the next nine months of one’s life more comfortable and less strenuous. However, scientific studies have shown it could be made Read more...
  5. How Much Caffeine in Tea and Coffee

    How Much Caffeine in Tea and Coffee

    Caffeine Levels in your Morning Cuppa Did you know that approximately 60 plants naturally contain caffeine? This includes nuts from the Kola Tree, often used in soft drink products. Also the Theobroma cacao tree, which produces the bean used as a primary ingredient in chocolate. More famous, however, is caffeine in coffee which is from the Coffea (Coffee) plant. Furthermore Read more...
  6. Peppermint Tea Benefits (All You Need To Know)

    Peppermint Tea Benefits (All You Need To Know)

    Is Peppermint Tea good for you? Absolutely; and in more than one way! Peppermint Tea benefits the mind, body and soul. It’s arguably the most popular type of Herbal Tea in the world and continues to increase in popularity at a rapid rate. The question being asked today is: could Herbal Teas such as Peppermint one day give so-called “real” Read more...
  7. Christmas Loose Teas

    Christmas Loose Teas

    Is it really that time again? Here at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company, we couldn’t be more excited for Christmas as we get to drink our Christmas Loose Teas. It is, as we all know, a time for love, laughter, and festivities, as well as, of course, being a time to treat yourself with all sorts of Read more...
  8. Oolong Tea vs Green Tea

    Oolong Tea vs Green Tea

    Today, Green Tea accounts for 20% of the world’s Tea consumption. Oolong Tea, on the other hand, accounts for less than 2%. In this sense, these two Teas couldn’t be more different, but they also share some similarities. The question begs: which one is better, let's compare the two different tea types this this article, Oolong Tea vs Green Tea Read more...
  9. White Tea vs Green Tea

    White Tea vs Green Tea

    It is no secret these days that Green Tea can improve one’s everyday way of life in a multitude of ways. The studies are out there, and the media can’t get enough of it! We open the newspapers, turn on the television, listen to the radio and there it is: “Green Tea’s extraordinarily health benefits”. Best of all, it’s all Read more...
  10. Matcha Tea vs Green Tea

    Matcha Tea vs Green Tea

    Let’s get one thing cleared up before we get started: most (emphasis on “most”, not all) types of Matcha Tea are Green Tea, meaning that, in other words, we’re talking about the same overall Tea type. However, it surprisingly gets a little more complicated, and that’s why The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company have posed a scenario whereby Read more...

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