One pyramid bag does a large mug perfectly and great for a teapot too of course...
Show off your tea in style with our stainless steel caddies. Don't be surprised that they come with the odd blemish to look more used. We like them that way...
The card tubes are recyclable and the tea inside is packed in a clear Natureflex wrapper - which is completely compostable. So no plastic. The tubes are also food grade lined so are a great way to store your tea once opened. All good.
Our tea bags are made from biodegradable cornstarch so can be put in with your food waste for commercial composting. They're not suitable for home composting.
Prefer it loose leaf? Then please click here - it's available in 100g tube or larger 250g bag. Both plastic free.
A light alternative to green tea. Make with cooled boiling water to avoid it going bitter. I enjoy it as a early afternoon treat...
This tea is one not to be missed. We were almost put off by the one negative review, but we are glad we weren’t and would urge others not to be! This is a wonderful, subtle tea that demands to be savoured and appreciated. We will definitely order again!
I was desperate to like this white tea as it is great value and I liked the company but sorry, this is not pure white tea. More like weak black. A bit bitter and doesn’t have the sweetness of pure white. Sadly, the old adage , you get what you pay for is true. I won’t be re-ordering.
responsive service, delicious tea
This tea has a delicate flavour, very refreshing and a firm favourite.
Came across this Tea in a Cafe in Derby, loved it & this is my second order so far
The table below shows the approximate brewing/infusing times for the different tea types.
It assumes around a 2.5 to 3g serving but it is not an exact science so experiment to find the perfect brew time to suit you.
It is best to use freshly boiled water - so if you've got some water left in your kettle from before - pour it out and start again!
|Tea Type||Approx Brewing Time (mins)||Water Temperature|
If you don't have a fancy kettle which heats the water to different temperatures then a tip to for brewing green & white teas is to put the boiling water into the teapot or mug first and then add the tea. It will have cooled down a bit just by touching the cold teapot. That's what I do anyway...