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What is Oolong Tea?

Oolong teas, or 'blue' teas, as they are sometimes called, are partially or semi-oxidised/fermented teas. Predominant...

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’.

What is White Tea?

White tea is the most rare type of tea and is named after the tiny white or silver hairs on the tea bud as it develops at the tip of the shoot. Once the new buds have been plucked, they are dried in the fresh air. When brewed, white tea should produce a very pale liquor with a light, sweet flavour.

Our Tea Sommelier's Selection

As the name suggests, these small batch teas have been carefully selected by our in-house tea sommelier, enabling you to explore the vast world of tea beyond our core range.  

Introducing...Afternoon Tea FUDGE!

For Debonair Tea Co co-founder, Louisa, a trip to Canterbury would never be complete without a stop at Fudge Kitchen. So when Sian Holt, Fudge Kitchen's MD, approached us about a tea-infused fudge collaboration it really was a dream come true!

Our Ethical Sourcing Policy

We are often asked - quite rightly - about our ethical sourcing policy and whether or not our tea is "Fairtrade". Given the vast range of ingredients that go into our products, this is not a question to which we can provide a snappy PR answer, but like most things we do, something to which we are very happy to give a detailed response.

Chai: An ever-changing brew

As the popularity of chai and chai tea preparations soars around the world, its original nature and development down the ages has seemingly been lost in translation.  And it's no wonder. After all, at it's root, the single word "Chai" (or Cha) is the word for "tea" in many Eurasian languages, stemming from the Persian word "chay", which originated from the Chinese word for tea, "chá"...
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