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  • Gunpowder Gunpowder Green Tea

    Gunpowder Green Tea

    £7.50£24.95
    A refreshing and bright Chinese Green Tea, with layers of flavour. Green Tea is usually brewed multiple times - so make the most of these large leaves. Brew lightly to enjoy the fruity and almost peppery flavours. Described as Gunpowder- due to the 'ball' like shapes the tea leaves are rolled into- it is a joy to watch them open up as they brew. Brew with care to discover the sweeter side of Green Tea.
  • Earl Grey Blue Flower Earl Grey Tea

    Earl Grey Black Tea

    £7.50£29.50
    Do you ever have days when you just need a cuppa that reaches the parts other teas don’t? Classic Earl Grey Tea is a household favourite for so many of us. So what happens when you add in the X – Factor of some Blue Mallow flowers?...silk in a cup! When you buy Earl Grey Tea you really want to enjoy beautiful Chinese Black Tea leaves, with just the right amount of Bergamot flavour, which in our tea, has been balanced out further with the sweet Blue Mallow - just so you sink even deeper into your arm chair!
  • Mighty Chai

    Mighty Chai Tea

    £7.50£24.95
    Mighty Chai Tea is a trip to the orient? The smells and scents of the exotic East - Ginger, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves all blended in with strong Black Tea to offer the most satisfying cuddle. Based on a traditional Masala Chai, you can find solace and comfort in this tea, or enjoy with friends on cosy nights in.
  • Peppermint Tea

    Peppermint Tea

    £7.50£24.95
    Fresh and zingy dried peppermint leaves. The menthol vapours and soothing, sweet flavour mean one pot is never enough. Refreshing from the inside out!
  • Camomile Camomile Tea

    Camomile Tea

    £7.50£24.95
    Naturally sweet floral flavours. The perfect way to unwind and relax after a hectic day. Calms the mind and body.
  • Rhubarb Flavour Rooibos Rhubarb Rooibos Tea

    We Love Rhubarb Rooibos Tea

    Rhubarb Rooibos Tea brews a delightful light pink colour, and although this may sound mad – it tastes pink too! Gorgeous sweet and smooth rhubarb flavours pop around the mouth releasing just a hint of sour too. This fruity Rooibos infusion is a lot of fun, and almost brings back memories of Rhubarb and custard sweets!
  • Wild Berry Wild Berry Fruit tea

    Wild Berry Fruit Infusion

    £7.50£24.95
    A really fruity infusion! A balance of wild fruity flavours that will tantalise your taste buds. Sit back, relax and while away the afternoon with sweet, sour and comforting fruity flavours
  • Lemony Ginger Lemony Ginger Fruit Tea

    Lemon Ginger Fruit Tea

    £7.50£29.50
    A rich and soothing blend of herbs, spices and zesty fruit flavours. Enjoy the warmth of the ginger, the sweetness of the liquorice and the tang of the lemongrass. Sure to help you feel cosy from the inside out.
  • DECAF Breakfast Tea
    You can enjoy the great flavour of tea, without the effects of caffeine. This decaffeinated tea offers top class flavour, setting it apart from many other decaf options. The decaffeination process ensures less leaf damage, resulting in premium flavour.
  • Darjeeling Tea Darjeeling Tea

    Darjeeling Tea

    £7.50£34.34
    Perhaps the most unique of all Black Tea, Darjeeling is often referred to as the Champagne of Tea. This high grown leaf offers stunning aromatic and floral flavours, making it the perfect accompaniment to Afternoon Tea!
  • Breakfast Tea

    Breakfast Tea

    Everyone loves a good cup of traditional Breakfast Tea.

    Breakfast Tea is a blend of different Black Teas.  The Wee Tea Company carefully select the finest black teas to provide a traditional and full flavoured cuppa. The mix of small and large tea leaves offers a balance in flavour, and provides a rich and tasty breakfast tea that can be enjoyed not only at breakfast, but anytime of the day. If you want to be creative serve this tea with a slice of lemon to make a traditional lemon black tea or blend with Mango Mash up Fruit infusion to make a delightful Mango Breakfast Tea. We found a great recipe for Tea Bread on the BBC Website.  They also have a great information page on Tea HERE.