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China

China

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.


Serendipity

There is a legend that if two people break a double strawberry in half and share it they are destine..

From $14.00

Silver Needles

This delicate white tea has a clean taste faintly reminiscent of fresh apples. Refreshing with a lov..

From $17.00

Stockholm

The original Stockholm blend was first invented in 1979 by Vernon Mauris by accident, while trying t..

From $13.00

Sweet Burgundy

This premium Keemun tea is considered quite rare, not because of how littl exists but instead becaus..

From $12.00

Tokyo Sencha

Japanese Sencha, the delight of many tea drinkers, with a distinct taste and an abundance of antioxi..

From $14.00

Valentine's Day

Valentine's day first a day for celebrating love in the late 14th century when the nobility would ex..

From $14.00

Bestsellers

Classic English Breakfast

Combining various black teas from different tea growing regions began virtually in parallel with the..

From $10.00

French Earl Grey

A classy brew with a French twist. After you take that first sip, close your eyes, drink in the arom..

From $13.00

Turkish Bazaar

If you've ever found yourself wandering around an Istanbul Spice Market then you have no doubt been ..

From $15.00

Classic Irish Breakfast

The Irish drink their tea very black and very strong and it's with this in mind that we have crafted..

From $10.00

Daintree Blossom

Black tea grown in the rich, volcanic soils of the Daintree Rainforest have an earthy flavour and co..

From $10.00

Royal Pekoe

The Dutch East India Company originally created the Orange Pekoe name in honour of the then Dutch ro..

From $10.00