View:

Log in for pricing

A premium 2nd flush Darjeeling tea from the top quality range at the Castleton estate. Castleton, as one of the top estates in Darjeeling, consistently produce excellent teas that are considered among the rarest and most prestigious of black teas. This...

Log in for pricing

Chantilly Cream Chaicha is a flavoured white tea using Pai Mu Tan leaves from the varietal tea bush known as Narcissus, also known as Chaicha. Only the top 2 leaves and a bud are handpicked and then carefully left to simply wither and dry naturally in...

Log in for pricing

The tell tale signs of silver tips in this tea signify their harvesting has been selective and as such must have to be plucked every day to ensure only new shoots are gathered. Grown in the mountainous region of the WuYi mountains whilst Congou Mao Jia...

Log in for pricing

Perfect naturally withered white tea depends on conditions that are neither too hot nor too cold. The top two leaves and bud should show a very light green, almost grey white colour and be covered in a velvet peach fuzz down. You'll see from examining...

Log in for pricing

When you're looking to offer the refreshing character of a green tea but give a nod to the Christmas season, you can do just that with Christmas Zingalong! As the name suggests, there's lots of lemon and refreshing green sencha leaves blended with just a...

Log in for pricing

Probably the first 'luxury' tea developed for Western tastes, Chunmee Taipan Superior is still manufactured according to the old techniques. With a very fine, emerald eyebrow shaped leaf (Chunmee style) and a sweet mild yellow green infusion this premium...

Log in for pricing

A very refreshing green tea with a sencha leaf style. Decaffeinated using the Co2 process so you won't find any chemical solvents in this cup, only great tasting green tea without the caffeine. Decaffeinated Sencha Green Tea is also available in Pyramid...

Log in for pricing

Egyptian Camomile Flowers & Peppermint Leaves are both reported to help ease stomach upsets, bloating and excess gas When combined together, we think they're simply the best which is why we've named this infusion our Digestive Diva!

Log in for pricing

Finest quality whole leaf Dong Ding Jade Oolong Tea. Smooth and refreshing, the light oxidation provides a delightful pale cup which is enhanced by the delicate aroma and pleasing taste. The leaves can be infused several times so the enjoyment is even...

Log in for pricing

A combination of black teas namely a Ceylon Tea from Sri Lanka, a Darjeeling tea from India combined with White Monkey Paw green tea from China creates an exceptional tea full of flavour but yet has a light character that won't detract from any food...

Log in for pricing

This tea makes it into the Fancy range and whilst it does not contain as many white tips as the higher grades, it still provides a wonderful fruity cup with a good aftertaste and is a great introduction to Formosa Oolong Tea.

Log in for pricing

A speciality Japanese green tea that's blended with fire toasted rice. High grade Japan sencha leaves provide the fresh vegetative character of green tea whilst the toasted rice brings a slightly nutty-like flavour and natural sweetness. A unique and...

Log in for pricing

In using a Pekoe Gunpowder from the Uva district of Sri Lanka this tea has a lovely smokey taste that infuses so well with the intense flavour of mint. The tea is refreshing and satisfying and tastes just as good as an iced tea too.

Log in for pricing

Gushan Silver Needles is a highly sort after premium white tea that only consists of the finest white tea buds. Wiry and silvery, the buds are coated in a white down and the flavour is light with a wonderful hint of peach yielding a fresh, lingering...

Log in for pricing

Gyokuro is by far one of, if not the best, green tea from Japan. During production, the tea is covered with black curtains or bamboo and straw shades to increase the presence of chlorophyll and reduce the tannin content. The result? A darker greener leaf...

Log in for pricing

High Mountain Alishan is grown around 1000m above sea level and has a unique flavour described by the growers as floral with a creamy delicacy that spreads across the tongue, leaving a pleasant smooth taste on the palate.The infusion of the leaves is...