Our classic, robust house blend, ideal at any time of day, but especially good as that "first cup of the day", being warm, malty and ideal with milk.
A mid-strength black tea base, with a naturally sweet flavour, and an abundance of bergamot scenting. The strong bergamot in this tea lends it a fantastically refreshing quality, and enables...
As single origin teas go, the Marinyn Estate has crafted the ultimate in versatility: delicious on its own, but equally at home with milk and sugar. An every-day brew for...
The finest and youngest leaves and buds are delicately scented with hand-picked jasmine flowers, then rolled by experts into small pearls which are dried to preserve their shape. This ensures that...
Picked from the oldest wild trees of Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain), some over 1000 years old, this is a particularly authentic version of one of China's finest long leaf speciality...
Caffeine free Spicy Rooibos from South Africa has a warming honeyed subtly spiced flavour , good with or without milk.
A heavenly flavoured fruit infusion combining strawberries, kiwis and passion fruit with rose and hibiscus petals and cornflowers.
The smoky one. And boy is this smoky! Not for the feint hearted, but a delight for those with a penchant for zingy woodiness in a smoked tea. At its...
This award winning tea is picked during the summer months when the tea plants are more vigorous. Deepali Gaskell has selected this exemplar, delicately floral on the nose, reminiscent of rose...
A delicious, award-winning, 'broken leaf' Darjeeling with all the classic qualities of a great tea from the region aptly named the 'champagne of teas'. The leaves are chopped to size...
Welcome to our new website
Some of our regular 'infusiasts' asked us if we could make it possible for them to buy online - quicker and easier when email or telephone wasn't an option. And here we are - our humble little webshop - I'm sure it will evolve over time, but we're proud of it anyway.
Our personal approach to tea
Our tea is selected by me, William Cartwright-Hignett. I have been importing fine teas since 2005. Today, with the help of my colleague Julie, we supply not only our private clients, but also hotels, restaurants, pubs, village shops, both in bags and for catering use. We love what we do, in particular in getting to know our clients personally - this has led us to produce a number of very personal blends.
We think tea should be a pleasure from start to finish, and that starts right here, with the joy of selection! We take a personal approach to online retail, and whilst this webshop is an efficient ordering means, we are always happy for you to email us your order, send it to us by mail with a cheque, or just call us up (there's an answerphone when we're not in). And we promise to reply in the same way - personal and tailored to you, just like your taste in tea.
Why not start your journey with us today, by clicking on one of the teas below?
I love this time of year. With the new tea picking season comes a whole excitement of samples and new products to try. This year, however, we have the added excitement of our first ever coffee range. It's already proving popular with those who like a strong wake-up call in the mornings! For years I have been keeping an eye out for a local company that cares as much about coffee as I do about tea. I wanted to find a small business with a very careful approach to sourcing but a pragmatic, experienced and personal approach to business; the sort of people that say "yes, let's give it a go", rather than finding the problems in a project.... Continue Reading →
Welcome to our new store where you can order quickly and simply online. We pop it in the post, and hey presto your tea crisis is over. Postage is £4.50 for orders up to £50, and free for larger order, so it makes sense to stock up. You can also set up an account and keep track of your favourite teas and your purchases. If you have any questions or encounter any bugs or glitches, just drop us an email - firstname.lastname@example.org should do the trick. Continue Reading →