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A wonderful combination of teas from Assam, Nilgiri, Kenya and China. When infused, the resultant brew yields an exquisite full bodied, malty, fruity taste with slight hints of floral and oak. Scottish All Day, as the name suggests, is a very flexible...

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You wouldn't expect anything else other than a full bodied, full flavoured malty Scottish Breakfast tea - so we won't disappoint you! Our Scottish breakfast is a black tea blend with hints of cask oak from India, China and Kenya. Especially delicious...

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A superb example of a 1st Flush Darjeeling brimming with the characteristic muscatel flavour. Grown in full view of the Himalayan Mountains, the Soom estate provides not just employment for over 700 people, but also provides housing, food and medical...

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From one of Sri Lanka's top estates, St Coombs FP is a fine example of the high quality tea that's produced during January to March. Monsoon rains, cool nights and dry periods all influence the growing of a large tea leaf with a high sap content. As FP...

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Inspired by the beautiful scene of the sun, dancing on the leaves in a Spanish orange grove, Sunkissed Orange flavoured black tea has been blended to lift the spirits any time of day. A combination of a high grown Ceylon black tea, rose hips, orange peel...

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A high quality Ceylon tea is the base for our harmonious blend of Sweet Cherry & Almond flavoured tea. Real almond slices nestle along sweetened cranberries with natural cherry flavouring. A tea to enjoy any time of day, but is particularly great...

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Tanzania is the only country where tea was first planted by Germans in 1904, however it wasn't until 1926 that tea was commercially grown here. As success prevailed, more and more tea estates flourished, one of which is Luponde. Renowned for its...

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Tukdah tea estate employs over 800 people who are all well cared for with free housing, schooling, hospital care and places of worship. Situated high in the hills, the estate produces over 200 metric tons of finished tea each year to a very high standard...

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Let the festivities commence! Cinnamon and cloves blend beautifully with this high grown Ceylon tea to provide a truly warming cup bursting with mulled spices and natural fruity notes. For something a little different, combine with warm red wine or apple...

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Grown at very high elevations, which creates a perfect environment for growing tea, Ying Ming Yunnan has a wonderful full bodied flavour if somewhat a slightly sweet taste. This excellent fullness is attributed to many factors, however not least the fact...

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There's something very special about experiencing a cup of tea in Yorkshire. Perhaps it really is in the water! Harrogate is famous for its many ancient wells, in particular the famous Tewitt well discovered by William Slingsby during the 1700's who...

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Young Pu-erh is broken up from tea cakes which contain tea leaves that have been picked, rolled, withered in the hot sun and then steamed and pressed. It is of course, the steaming process that generates the moisture that is responsible for the musty...