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What is Gunpowder Tea?

Gunpowder Tea is believed to have originated in China in the 7th century where its original name was zhu cha or “pearl tea”. However, it wasn’t until the 19th century that it earned its name of Gunpowder Tea.

Masala Chai Drizzle Cake

In a nod to all things autumnal, we wanted to share one of our family baking favourites. Perfect for the cooler days and longer evenings, our Masala Chai Drizzle Cake is just the ticket at this time of year.

What is Oolong Tea?

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

What is Speciality Tea?

How often have you looked up on boards at your favourite local tea or coffee shop and seen the words "speciality tea"?

Speciality Tea as Part of a Vegan Lifestyle

New to veganism? The tea world has just become your (plant-based) oyster! November marks World Vegan Month and this post is inspired by a number of tea drinking friends who have embraced a plant-based diet or have eliminated dairy.

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?

Plastic-free Loose Leaf Tea

In our efforts to reduce the use of man-made materials in our business, we have, since the start of 2019, offered all of our loose leaf products and bulk pyramid bags in compostable eco pouches. 

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’.

Rosebud Lemonade Iced Tea Recipe

Real iced tea is finally receiving the attention it deserves so we have decided to kick off our iced tea recipes with the simplest method going - the 'pour over' method with our delicious, caffeine-free Rosebud Lemonade blend. Here we use the simple 'pour over' method; that is, make a traditional hot tea brewed at double strength, which is then cooled in the fridge and then served over ice. Ingredients (Serves 4) 8 heaped tsps Rosebud Lemonade tea 1L 100°C water Ice Lemon slices Lemon juice and sugar syrup (or honey) to taste

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.

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...

Super Simple Matcha Smoothie Recipe

Struggling to get the high you need from your coffee fix? Or are you struggling with coffee-related caffeine jitters?...
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