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Chrysanthemum Tea

Celebrating Chrysanthemum Flowers

As we begin our journey looking at celebrations, festivals and events around the world, where better place to start than the home of tea itself,...

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Luxury Teas

Tea with Audrey

Jenier World of Teas is delighted to welcome Audrey Gutierrez into our wonderful world of tea. Audrey is so creative and simply loves everything...

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Rose Congou Tea Syrup

Audrey's Rose Congou Tea Syrup

Ingredients 1 ½ Cups of Sugar 1 ½ Cups of Water 6 Heaped spoonful's of Jenier Rose Congou Superior China Black Tea

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Cold Tea Infusion

Cold Tea Infusion Guide

Preparation Always use filtered water if possible (not distilled) Make sure the water is cool - use ice cubes if needed, but water temp...

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Robert Fortune

Robert Fortune, Scotland's other 007!

When you sit down to enjoy your next cup of tea (of course we hope a Jenier cup of tea!) take a moment to consider the amount of intrigue, deceit...

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A wonderful refreshing black tea highlighted with the delicate scent of freshly cut roses
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Tea and Food Pairings

Tea and Food Pairings

Matching tea with food. There are so many different wonderful flavours of teas from all around the world that the different permutations of...

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Jenier World of Teas at Hopetoun House

Jenier World of Teas at Hopetoun House

We're really pleased to announce you can now buy our teas at the new Hopetoun House Farmshop which opened last Friday! The shop is amazing - we...

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Ginger root or stem?

Ginger root or stem?

Ginger is often mistaken as being a root, when in fact it's actually an underground stem from a tropical herb plant Zingiber Officinale. After...

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Cacao Beans in your tea?

Beans in your tea?

Cacao beans are used in the making of chocolate, but also are often used as an ingredient and provide a wonderful chocolate taste when infused...

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Almond, the mighty nut

Almond, the mighty nut

Well, botanically speaking almonds are actually stone fruits related to the cherry, the plum and the peach. They grow on trees about 30ft high...

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