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A perfect breakfast tea that really will brighten your morning. Typically full bodied with 'get up and go' flavour that is especially enticing with a dash of milk..... ermm and...bacon and eggs, cereal, bagels or whatever else you might choose to start...

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A warm summer breeze, cucumber sandwiches and dainty cakes immediately spring to mind as you experience this wonderful English Royal Tea Blend. Ceylon Earl Grey and soft Jasmine green tea combine beautifully with a blend of malty Assam, flavoursome...

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If you like to start your day with a good strong cup of tea, this Irish Breakfast tea is just what you're looking for! A combination of high quality teas from a 2nd Flush Assam and a February tea from Kenya ensures if you wait just long enough, your...

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Certain plots on the Kosabei estate share a similar ph level to traditional Sencha plots in Shizuoka, Japan. Bushes selected to grow in these areas flourish and by applying the Japanese process of steaming the leaf before production, the resultant tea is...

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Kenya Kosabei is probably one of the finest teas produced in Kenya. Grown at high altitudes it has a classic Kenyan profile of being gentle and astringent yet with notes of malt, currant and moist earth. As a TGFOP, Kosabei is absolutely an outstanding...

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Lelsa is a sub district of one of the most finest tea estates in Kenya, Tinderet. Teas, As a regular prize winning tea estate, Lelsa pride themselves on teas that have a purity of flavour with a malty edge. This particular FBOP tea is no exception and...

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Kenya Milima is processed at the only factory in East Africa which produces the orthodox style leaf of black tea. During the cooler months of June and July when the bush growth is slow, the tea leaves develop the Milima distinctive floral character and...

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Kenya Tinderet is a truly stunning, handmade white tea from one of Kenya's most famous tea estates. In the Nandi hills amongst lush surroundings, these tea bushes produce some of the finest teas Africa has to offer. Naturally dried, with fresh, floral...

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Kenyan Kitamu White Matcha is, as it's name translates, a very tasty matcha indeed. A blend of premium white and green tea, both grown at such high altitudes no pesticides are required. The youngest leaves are plucked, processed and then in true Japanese...

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At 6500ft above sea level in the Nandi Highlands in Kenya, this white tea is carefully grown. Only the youngest leaves are gently plucked before being made into a truly exceptionally smooth matcha as the white tea leaves are slowly ground using a...

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Take a sip and South Indian spices dance across your palate enhanced by this full bodied tea. Cardamom and ginger play a lively part in our Masala Chai which is superb with milk and sugar. Kuchipudi Masala Chai is also available in Pyramid Teabags

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This tea experience begins with the high quality base teas used. A blend of Assam and Kenyan black teas, chosen from two excellent tea etstates renowned for their full bodied teas, are used to support the great array of Asian spices before the addition...

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Mayfair Breakfast Tea is certainly a high class tea to be savoured and enjoyed. Picture those mornings when there's just enough time to pause before the busy day ahead and a peaceful calm surrounds - well that's the ambience each sip of Mayfair English...

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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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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...