Posted by jenny - June 13, 2014
Posted by jenny - June 11, 2014
We are delighted to announce Jenier World of Teas is now available in East Africa through our distributor, the Leaf & Bean Trading Company Ltd
Posted by jenny - June 11, 2014
We were absolutely delighted when Tatler Magazine approached us earlier this year to invite Jenier World of Teas to be featured in their Afternoon Tea Special feature in this month June's edition.
Posted by Anita - May 10, 2014
In May 2014, Jenier World of Teas was accepted as members of the Ethical Tea Partnership.
Posted by jenny - July 21, 2013
Jenier World of Teas is delighted to welcome Audrey Gutierrez into our wonderful world of tea. Audrey is so creative and simply loves everything about tea. Not just tea the drink but all things tea - the exciting, the quirky, the funny and the facts from all over the world.
Posted by jenny - August 16, 2012
Jenier World of Teas is delighted to announce that we've been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2012 UK National Business Awards.
Posted by Anita - November 17, 2011
Jenier World of Teas wins ROCCO award for Most Promising New Business
Posted by Anita - September 22, 2011
Jenier World of Teas Nominated for Business Award!
You can imagine how excited the Jenier World of Teas team are feeling after being informed we've been shortlisted for the Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce Business Awards 2011 for the category of 'Most Promising Business'.
The news of the nomination has certainly caused a stir in the tea house, however the competition is tough, so there's a lot to do to prepare for our presentation to the panel of judges next month.
We're really looking forward to the night and hope to brew success!!
Posted by jenny - June 26, 2011
Egyptian demand for tea boosts Kenyan exports to record high.
The political unrest in Egypt earlier this year had a major impact on tea exports from Kenya. As demand for tea dropped, Egypt fell from being the top buyer of Kenyan tea to the third, trailing behind Pakistan and the United Kingdom. However the head of the Kenyan Tea Board, Sicily Kariuki told Reuters news agency how this was all set to change.
On target, despite adverse weather
Whilst production rates are projected to be lower this year due to adverse weather, Egypt's demand for Kenyan tea is rising again and is nearing pre-trouble levels. Conscious that tea crops could fall to 360 million kilos this year, exports are already being secured to go to Egypt in order to meet the demand. This increase in demand combined with stable tea prices and a weaker currency against the dollar suggests that Kenya is still on target to match last year's record earnings of $1.1bn.
Exports of tea into China grow by 80%
Kenyan tea is also looking good in China, a maraket Kenya has been cultivating. Tea exports for the first quarter of this year to China showed an 80% growth to 257,000 kilos
Posted by Anita - June 18, 2011
Suggestions that black tea extract can shrink cancer cells calls for more research.
Recent US study shows more health benefits of black tea.
A recent study conducted by US researchers in New Jersey and published in Molecular Nutrition & Food Research suggests black tea could help in the therapeutic treatment of cancer and other inflammatory diseases.
Scientists explored the in vivo and in vitro effects Theaflavin-2 (TF-2), a major component of black tea extract, had on human colon cancer cells and other inflammatory genes in a wider range of cells.
Posted by jenny - June 17, 2011
Following local press interest that Jenier World of Teas exported Darjeeling tea to India, the BBC contacted Jenier World of Tea's PR agents and published our story on their BBC Scottish News section.
The article covers the issue that for a lot of people living in India it is difficult for them to buy specific high quality Darjeeling estate teas but through e-commerce, it is very easy for customers to buy their favourite teas directly from us.