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Is Tea Hydrating?

A question that comes up time and again with our more health conscious customers is whether tea is in fact hydrating. Our recommended daily fluid intake is about 2 litres in order to prevent dehydration but can drinking our beloved cuppa contribute to this?

The Power of Peppermint Tea

Perfect peppermint tea; cooling, refreshing and a nice tingling treat to aid digestion and soothe a sore tummy.  However, Peppermint tea has a wealth of benefits beyond this and a few celebrity endorsers, including none other than Victoria Beckham who drinks it all day, every day! She even served it at one of her fashion shows in New York, tweeting ‘Peppermint Tea is the new Champagne’.

The Best Tea For Sleep

In the wired 24/7 world we now live it is unsurprising we are frequently asked what the best tea is for sleep. Much l...

Tea - A Tradition Revisited (Article for Hythe Life Winter Edition)

The British penchant for tea is a national institution, but in a world now dominated by big coffee chains and increasingly complex coffee concoctions our devotion to the humble cuppa is seemingly in decline.  Or is it? There has been unprecedented growth in ‘speciality’ tea over the last decade, but what does ‘speciality’ actually mean? A hundred years ago there was nothing particularly special about loose, whole leaf tea. In many ways we are in fact going back to basics!

Caffeine in Tea: Dispelling the Myths!

One of the most common questions we get asked is which of our teas contain caffeine. Indeed, with the constant health claims made about various teas and infusions in the media, it’s unsurprising there’s some confusion. What is caffeine? Caffeine occurs naturally in some plants including coffee beans, tea leaves and cacao pods used to make chocolate... 

What is Rooibos 'Tea' Exactly?

It’s delicious drunk with or without milk and sugar, it is high in antioxidants and it is also caffeine free – but Rooibos isn’t really a tea at all. As a company that has not added decaffeinated tea to our growing range of teas and infusions – because we have yet to find a process that doesn’t completely distort its character – we often find ourselves converting decaf fans into Rooibos drinkers.

Bitter about drinking Green Tea? You might be brewing it all wrong...

Want to embrace the health benefits of green tea but don't fancy incorporating it into your diet because it all tastes bitter and boring? We hear this feedback all the time and it breaks our hearts! There is a huge amount of diversity and complexity of flavour in the huge range of speciality green teas produced around the world.
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