Tea was brewed first in China almost 5000 years ago and today it remains the worlds largest tea grower responsible for producing all types of tea each year in thousands of tea estates across the south east of the country.
For more than 4000 years aniseed spice has been used to enhance the flavour..
A quality loose leaf tea is a beautiful product to behold, with a great dea..
Something warm, delicious and wonderful has happened to breakfast teas! F..
Known in the Fujian province of China as Pai Mu Tan this tea is quite rare ..
The mountainous Darjeeling district of western India, near Nepal, is famous..
A classy brew with a French twist. After you take that first sip, close you..
The Three Kingdoms period spanned just 60 years from 220AD but was characte..
The Granny Smith apple was first identified in Australian in the mid-19th c..
Zhu Cha tea comes from the Chinese province of Zhejiang to the south of mod..
Legend has it that deep in the Fujian province of China there was an old te..
It all starts with a blend of fine quality Chinese and Ceylon black teas th..
The Chinese Emperor Shennong of the Five Grains is counted amongst the Thre..
The Jasmine flowers are picked at dawn when the buds are still tightly clos..
We’ve named this tea in honour of the nine day queen, Lady Jane Grey. Hers..
There is something so divine about the French Riviera, the stretch of coast..
Life in Versailles was difficult for Marie Antoinette, the daily routine sh..
There is a legend that if two people break a double strawberry in half and ..
This delicate white tea has a clean taste faintly reminiscent of fresh appl..
The original Stockholm blend was first invented in 1979 by Vernon Mauris by..
This premium Keemun tea is considered quite rare, not because of how littl ..
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