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Apple Spiced Tea

Description

Love Apples? Then there is no need to look any further as our finest Apple Spiced tea will give you a true Apple tasting experience; one that you will only expect to find from a luxury herb and fruit tip. Apple spiced tea also contains natural dried ginger, cardamom and cinnamon which helps to deliver a crisp texture making every sip pleasurable.

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Ingredients: Dried apple, Cardamom, Cloves, Cinnamon, Cornflower petals, Ginger, Hibiscus, Pepper, Stevia and Natural Flavours 

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 6 – 8 minutes 

Caffeine: None

Camomile Tea

Description

Camomile tea comes from the Asteraceae family, the same family to which Daisies belong. When infused in boiling water, the delicate scent and calming flavours are released to bring a very pleasurable drinking experience. Famous for its soothing and calming properties, Camomile tea is perfect for helping the body to relax before bedtime. Every sip will encourage your mind to let go so you feel stress free…

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Ingredients: Natural Egyptian Camomile 

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 6-8 minutes

Caffeine: None 

 

Chai Tea

Description

This invigorating Indian spice blend undergoes the orthodox ‘crush, tear, curl’ process to really bring out the gorgeous flavours from the spices; Ginger, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves & Bay Leaves. Each and every sip of Masala Chai delivers a very calm soothing effect and has the authentic taste of those Indian spices. With only a third of the caffeine in a single cup compared to the same amount of coffee, this tea is great for those trying to cut down and do not wish to go decaffeinated. Bombay Chai is best enjoyed with a drop of milk.

 

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Ingredients: Black Tea, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Clove, Coriander, Ginger

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 3-7 minutes 

Caffeine: Approx 27mg – 35mg per cup 

Darjeeling Tea

Tea Description

Tea planting in the Indian District of Darjeeling began in 1841 by Arthur Campbell, a Civil Surgeon who worked for the Indian Medical Service. Darjeeling black is the most popular blend of tea compared to its Green, White and Oolong relations. The ‘poshest of teas’, this will make a great addition to your day if you’re in a lazy and scruffy mood. It is famed for its clean cut taste and crystalline sweetness, but can sometimes push an element of wine like taste that tea connoisseurs will describe as ‘muscatel’.

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Ingredients: Luxury Black Tea

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 3 – 7 minutes

Caffeine: Approx. 27-35mg per cup

Earl Grey Rooibos Tea

Description

This is a very refreshing drink from the Cederberg mountains that will leave your taste buds tingling with a hint of Bergamot. Our finest grade of Rooibos mixed together with the delicate oils of citrus is naturally hydrating and is full of natural goodness. The sweet smelling scent will reanimate the warm feeling of being one with nature.

 

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Ingredients: Earl Grey Rooibos, Cornflower Petals and Natural Flavours

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 3 – 7 minutes 

Caffeine: None

 

Earl Grey Tea

Description

This luxurious blend of black tea with bergamot is one of the most recognised flavours of tea in the world. Traditionally always a black tea blend, Early grey is now offered in Green and Oolong varieties too. Early grey can be simply described as ‘Light, Aromatic, Floral’. For a more refreshing drink, try adding a slice of lemon.

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Ingredients: Luxury Black Tea

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 3-7 minutes

Caffeine: Approx 27-35mg per cup

English Breakfast Tea

Description

This is a blend of teas from Assam, Ceylon and Kenya and is the most popular tea in British Tea Culture. Traditionally associated with the trusty old English breakfast, this tea will make you feel right at home with its full-bodied and robust flavour.

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Ingredients: Luxury Black Tea

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 3 – 7 minutes

Caffeine: Approx. 27-35mg per cup 

Green Tea – Japanese Sencha

Description

Our green tea is made from the finest Japanese Sencha. It has a delicate sweet flavour, whilst also giving a slight earthy and vegetal taste. Japanese Sencha gives these unique flavours due to the quick steaming process upon harvesting. It is then traditionally rolled and shaped by hand, creating the unique cylindrical shape of Sencha. To enjoy the perfect cup of Sencha tea, the water should be heated to 80°c and the leaves should be infused for around 2 minutes. The leaves can be given multiple steeps until all the flavourings have diminished.

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Ingredients: Sencha Green Tea

Ideal Temperature: 80-90 ℃

Brewing Time: 2-4 minutes 

Caffeine: Appox. 20mg per cup

Green Tea – Steamed Darjeeling

Description 

This tea is grown in the Himalayas and is a beautiful beverage. It has been enjoyed by man for over 5 thousand years and is refreshing and rejuvenating. With its light earthy and vegetal taste, Darjeeling Green is known for its health benefits; keeping flu at bay, helping with weight loss, keeping control of cholesterol.

 

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Ingredients: Luxury Green Tea

Ideal Temperature: 80-90℃

Brewing Time: 2-4 minutes

Caffeine: Approx. 20mg per cup

Irish Breakfast Tea

Description

Our finest blend of Irish tea is a great way to fire your engine up in the morning. It can be enjoyed on its own but tastes just as good when adding a drop of milk and a sprinkle of sugar which makes the perfect compliment for a hearty breakfast. This high quality Irish Breakfast has a very strong, deep malty character and heavy layers of astringency giving a ‘dry’ mouth feel. The deep floral aroma will give the tip of your nose a nice little tingle.

 

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Ingredients: Luxury Black Tea

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 3-7 minutes

Caffeine: Approx 27-35mg

Lapsang Souchong Tea

Description

A delicious black tea from the Fujian region of South East China, Lapsang Souchong has a unique smoky taste that will make you hark back to those summer nights lying by the camp fire. The leaves are picked near the bottom of the Camellia Sinensis so it has a stronger, crisper taste on your pallet. The perfect tea to wake you up on a cold wintery morning.

 

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Ingredients: Luxury Black Tea

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 3 – 7 minutes

Caffeine: Approx. 27-35mg

Lemon Verbena Tea

Description

This tea is great as part of a ‘healthy diet’ plan, and can really help you in feeling refreshed and rejuvenated due to the special fruit ingredients; Lemongrass, Figs, and Citrus. It contains pieces of apple, camomile and a sweet hint of moringa. Yielding a pale yellow colour, these steeped leaves will give off an aroma of Citrus, Figs and Mango. This is a fantastic tea for soothing sore throats and is superb at restoring if you’re feeling down with a cold or flu.

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Ingredients: Lemon Verbena 

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 6 – 8 minutes 

Caffeine: None 

Oolong Tea – Ti Kuan Yin

Description

Literally translated, Tie Guan Yin means ‘Iron Goddess of Mercy’. Beautiful to taste and stunning on the eye, this is one of the finest grades of Oolong tea and comes from the Fujian province in China. Oolong undergoes a very fine 8 stage process that is complex and requires expertise. The final stages of Oolong tea involve hand rolling many, many times so when steeped in water it unravels, thus opening into beautiful whole leaves. The infusing leaves will slowly turn the water a Greenish to Yellowish colour, and will wash a sweet taste across your pallet. These leaves can be re-brewed a few times until the flavours are exhausted.

 

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Ingredients: Oolong Tea

Ideal Temperature: 90 – 95℃

Brewing Time: 1 – 3 minutes 

Caffeine: Approx. 20 – 30mg per cup

Peppermint Tea

Description

Quite simply an infusion of peppermint leaves and drunk as a tea, the leaves are best left whole to give off a much stronger and fresher flavour. Our Peppermint tea comes from the highest grade Peppermint leaves that are naturally caffeine free, and also a great medicine for rumbling stomachs! Also great as an iced tea and garnished with mint leaves – gorgeous in the summer!

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Ingredients: Pure Peppermint 

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 6 – 8 minutes 

Caffeine: None

 

Rooibos Tea

Description

Produced in the Cederberg mountains in South Africa, Rooibos means ‘red bush’ and describes the colour of the leaves after they have been oxidised. Rooibos is great for a healthy kick as it is rich in minerals such as calcium, iron, potassium, copper, manganese, zinc and magnesium. And being caffeine free, you can enjoy it anytime – day or night. Rooibos is also an incredibly versatile tea and can be flavoured with pretty much anything you fancy – try Cinnamon for a warming drink on a winter evening, Peppermint for a refreshing summer brew or adding a dash of Caramel syrup for a slightly sweet afternoon drink.

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Ingredients: Clanwilliam Rooibos

Ideal Temperature: 100℃

Brewing Time: 3 – 7 minutes 

Caffeine: None

White Tea – China Pai Mu Tan

Description

This beautiful beverage packs a powerful sweet flavour and delivers a nice surprise of subtle jammy notes. A gorgeous and wonderful aroma, the velvety feel will leave a sensational taste in your mouth, and can be enjoyed either hot or cold.

China Pai Mu Tan is known as the Chinese white tea and is packed full of antioxidants. It is the least processed tea as it undergoes a two stage process of withering and drying; therefore, it contains the least amount of caffeine out of all the teas that come from Camellia Sinensis.

When brewed, you will be left with an exceptional light yellow liquor colour which in itself is a masterpiece.

Need to Know

Ingredients: Luxury White Tea

Ideal Temperature: 80-90℃

Brewing Time: 2-4 minutes

Caffeine: Approx. 10mg per cup