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'A Taste of Christmas' Mini Tea Collection
'A Taste of Christmas' Mini Tea Collection £19.95
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Aromatic Black Chai
Aromatic Black Chai from £1.95
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Bakewell Blend Rooibos Infusion
Bakewell Blend Rooibos Infusion £3.25
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Balancing Infusion
Balancing Infusion from £1.95
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Blackcurrant Burst
Blackcurrant Burst from £1.95
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Breakfast Blend
Breakfast Blend from £1.75
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Chamomile Infusion
Chamomile Infusion £3.65
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Citrus Zing
Citrus Zing £3.25
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Decaf Breakfast Blend
Decaf Breakfast Blend from £3.25
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Duchess Earl Grey
Duchess Earl Grey from £1.95
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Formosa Fancy Oolong £5.25
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Gen Mai Cha - Popcorn Tea
Gen Mai Cha - Popcorn Tea from £3.25
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Gingerbread Chai
Gingerbread Chai from £4.75
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Green Machine Mini Tea Collection
Green Machine Mini Tea Collection £14.95
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Gushan Silver Needle White
Gushan Silver Needle White from £6.25
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Japanese Sencha Green
Japanese Sencha Green from £1.95
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Jasmine Blossom Green Tea
Jasmine Blossom Green Tea from £3.25
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Lemon Gunpowder Green
Lemon Gunpowder Green from £1.95
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Lemon Verbena
Lemon Verbena £3.25
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Midnight Mint Rooibos
Midnight Mint Rooibos £4.25
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Pai Mu Tan White
Pai Mu Tan White from £2.20
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Peppermint Herbal Infusion
Peppermint Herbal Infusion from £2.95
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Refreshing Infusion
Refreshing Infusion from £3.25
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Spiced Apple Fruit Tea
Spiced Apple Fruit Tea £4.25
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Spring Spritzer
Spring Spritzer £3.25
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Strawberry Split
Strawberry Split from £3.55
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Vanilla Cream White Tea Sold Out - £3.25
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White Tip Oolong £5.25
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Winter Warmer
Winter Warmer £4.25
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Winterberry Fruit Infusion
Winterberry Fruit Infusion £4.95
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Spring Teas and a Rough Guide to Tea Tasting

May 03, 2015

You'll remember in our last blog post we mentioned briefly the differences between a '1st flush' and '2nd flush' Darjeeling, and how the seasons that tea is grown in can make a huge difference to the flavour and quality of tea leaves. Well, Spring is a really, really exciting season in the world of tea. It's when the first tea leaves of the year are picked. And, like Darjeeling tea, the first flush of any tea bush, the Camellia Sinensis, is craved after, yearned for, and sold at a high price. Through the late Autumn and winter months the tea bush is dormant, almost in hibernation. There is virtually no new growth of leaves or buds, which is what makes...

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The Truth about Weight Loss Teas

March 04, 2015

The most common questions I’m asked when I talk about tea are always along the same theme, ‘do you sell weight loss tea?’ or, ‘have you heard of XYZ slimming tea, does it work?’ and I thought it time to address some of these questions in a serious way, because, in short, there’s no such thing as miracle weight loss tea, and such teas sold in this way can be damaging to your health. Drinking tea as a slimming aid is not a new trend; Chinese slimming teas have been around for centuries. But weight loss teas are becoming increasingly glamourised and glorified as THE solution to your weight loss troubles. According to recent hype, it seems losing those excess...

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