• Japanese Bancha Blend
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    For this new tea we have blended high quality bancha houghi cha,with a green bancha which has a large flat leaf which echoes a delicate, grassy taste. Bancha houghi cha is toasted to give it a

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  • Darjeeling First Flushes 2016
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    Teas from the Darjeeling region of India are considered to be the 'Champagne of Teas' and the first flush of the year is widely anticipated within the tea industry and our tasting panel have hand

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  • Lullaby Tea
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    Using a blend of naturally relaxing herbs, fruits and flowers, this tea is the perfect mix to send you off to sleep. Research has shown that lemon balm has mild sedative qualities, antibacterial

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  • Sencha Seaweed Wakame Tea
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    Our Sencha Seaweed Wakame tea is a blend of super ingredients such as yerba mate, green tea and seaweed. Wakame is used as a part of the Japanese- influenced macrobiotic diet and is a slightly

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  • Formosa Gunpowder
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    Gunpowder tea production was first introduced in the Tang Dynasty 618-907 but it was first introduced to Taiwan in the 19th Century, first planted with tea bushes from Fijian Province, China. The

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  • Ginseng Root Herbal Tea
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    Ginseng is one of the most popular herbal medicines in the world, being used in Chinese traditional medicine as a remedy for types of arthritis and in Russian culture. It is said that years ago the

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  • Bai Mu Dan Organic White Tea
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    This lovely elegant tea is from the Fujian province of China and is also known as white peony or Pai Mu Tan. Only the top bud and two top leaves of the plant are used for this tea and they contain

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  • Assam Tea Langharjan Estate TGFOP1
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    The Langharjan Estate was originally planted in 1912 over 460 acres of land in Assam, India. The name of the estate came from the British planters who put the words 'Langhori' and 'Jan' together to

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  • Tea Bricks
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    In the 9th century, tea was imported around Asia by either horse or camel. It had to take up as little room as possible so was pressed into a form using the dust and stalks while drying in the sun.

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