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About Tea

It Takes All Types

Whether you’re new to the delights of drinking tea or you’ve been sipping it for years, here’s a handy guide to the different types of tea you can enjoy. Looking for something to start your day on the right note? Need a moment to sit back and take five? Well, you’ve come to the right place to find the perfect brew for every occasion.


Of all the teas in all the world, black tea is the most popular. We pick the leaves, dry them for up to 24 hours, roll them, dry them, the leave them to rest and oxidize. Finally, we apply 1832° of heat to get them ready for shipping. Simply add milk or lemon and you’re ready to go.

black tea

Our Famous Black Tea


green tea


Green tea is made with a smaller type of leaf. It was initially an Asian brew which has become a firm favorite in the West too. Preparation involves younger leaves and less oxidation than darker teas to produce a more delicate and fragrant taste. And from Matcha to Mandarin, we have a delicious range of green teas for you to choose from.

Some Of Our Most Popular Green Teas

oolong tea


Oolong tea originated in China. The leaves are semi-fermented then dried out in strong sunlight for a varying amount of time depending on the desired oxidation and strength. If it’s lightly oxidized it will taste more like a green tea. Longer oxidation means a more robust flavor. The choice is yours.

Some Of The Most Popular Oolong Teas

  • Tie Guan Yin: One of the most popular teas in the Far East. It has a sweet and floral flavor.
  • Wuyi Tea: This dark tea is roasted, sometimes for 30 hours, giving it a smoky flavor.


pu-erh tea


Another tea from the tea-loving nation of China. Originating from the Yunnan province, Pu-erh is a type of fermented tea traditionally used as a medicine in Asia. If you love a deep, rich and earthy flavor, then this is the tea for you.

Some Of The Most Popular Pu-Erh Teas

  • Pu-erh Green: A ‘raw’ or ‘uncooked’ tea, processed lightly before fermentation.
  • Pu-erh Black: A smoky, smooth tea.



Herbal teas aren’t technically teas at all because they’re not made from the traditional tea leaf. But these aromatic herbal infusions have gained a deserved place in the tea world and won over the hearts and taste buds of tea lovers everywhere. With such a wide selection of delicious flavors to choose from, if you’re not sure where to start, why not try our peach and berry infusions? 

herb tea

Some Of Our Most Popular Herbal Flavors

  • Lemon Ginger: Add an extra kick to tea time with the zesty flavors of lemon and ginger.
  • Peach Mango: Indulge yourself with this rich fusion of juicy peach and tangy mango.
  • Summer Fruits: Be invigorated by sweet berry and aromatic hibiscus.


The sky’s the limit when it comes to your choice of teas, but trying different flavors is half the fun. You never know what delicious new taste lies around the corner.