The flavour of smoky pine and oak fires, combined with the high quality of leaf used, makes Formosa Lapsang one of the world’s finest teas.
Niligri teas are similar to the better Ceylon teas but tend to have a more delicate flavour. Nonsuch is one of the nicest teas produced with a pronounced orange-like flavour that lends itself well to being consumed as a early morning tea.
Orange Blossom Ooolong is a wonderful combination of a high grown Oolong from the Tungting region in Taiwan, an exquisite Ceylon Tea from Sri Lanka, Jasmine petals and naturally dried orange peel. Together they create a truly magical taste experience, one that can be explored through multiple infusions.
A superb example of a 1st Flush Darjeeling brimming with the characteristic muscatel flavour. Grown in full view of the Himalayan Mountains. As a typical first Darjeeling , it makes a wonderful gentle, afternoon tea.
A wonderful smooth and crisp tasting tea that produces an amazing aroma of smokey pine fires
High grown Ceylon tea and a smooth top grade Keemun along with top quality natural bergamot oil, some blue cornflowers for decoration to produce a high quality classic that quite simply delivers an amazing ‘Earl Grey’ experience with no aftertaste or overpowering perfume
A traditional leafy blend of high grown teas from Sri Lanka, Kenya and Nilgiri, make English Breakfast the perfect breakfast tea to brighten your day.
Plucked during June when the 2nd flush growing season is at its peak, this Mim tea offers excellent body with the classic muscatel flavour that tastes simply wonderful.
These luxury teas are available prepackaged to take away and make it at home, in 50g packets which give you about 50 cups of tea, and are competatively priced. You can also choose to have a cup made to sit in to drink.
The wonderful winey and fruity depth of taste Keemun Gold makes a great tasting tea that is often taken with milk.