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Assam Breakfast Tea

<p>Malty, Rich, Satisfying </p> <p>From Assam, India </p> <p>The ultimate single origin 'english' breakfast tea, satisfying and robust with honeyed malt richness. Expertly blended from selected gardens in Assam, India, for a fortifying and malty black tea that is perfect with or without milk.</p> <p>Origin</p> <p>To ensure a bold and true expression of Assam character, we have created our single origin breakfast blend using the finest second flush tea. Our Head of Tea, Tom, selects the best batches from Assam’s foremost gardens out of the hundreds that he tastes each year. In India’s subtropical north east, the Assam terroir borders the Himalayas and is renowned for its rich soils, producing teas that offer the ideal balance of strength, assertiveness and malty flavour – everything that we believe makes the perfect 'english' breakfast tea.</p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Dark coloured tea leaves scattered with golden tips.</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Comforting malt, honey and rich dried fruit.</p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>Deep ruby-red tea infusion.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Amazingly satisfying, rich and malty. </p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Measure 4g or 2 tsp per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 100°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3-5 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea once</p>
Price €7.08

Assam Breakfast Tea Caddy

<p>Malty, Rich, Satisfying </p> <p>From Assam, India </p> <p>The ultimate single origin 'english' breakfast tea in an elegant tea caddy (100g). Expertly blended from selected gardens in Assam, India, for a satisfying, robust black tea with honeyed malt richness. </p> <p><strong>Origin</strong></p> <p>To ensure a bold and true expression of Assam character, we have created our single origin breakfast blend using the finest second flush tea. Our Head of Tea, Tom, selects the best batches from Assam’s foremost gardens out of the hundreds that he tastes each year. In India’s subtropical north east, the Assam terroir borders the Himalayas and is renowned for its rich soils, producing teas that offer the ideal balance of strength, assertiveness and malty flavour – everything that we believe makes the perfect 'english' breakfast tea.</p> <p><strong>What to Look For</strong></p> <p>Dark coloured tea leaves scattered with golden tips.</p> <p><strong>Aroma</strong></p> <p>Comforting malt, honey and rich dried fruit.</p> <p><strong>In the Cup</strong></p> <p>Deep ruby-red tea infusion.</p> <p><strong>Taste</strong></p> <p>Amazingly satisfying, rich and malty.</p> <p><strong>The perfect cup</strong></p> <p>Measure 4g or 2 tsp per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 100°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3-5 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea once</p>
Price €18.11

chamomile

<p>Floral, Delicate, Calming </p> <p>From Slavonia, Croatia </p> <p>Soothing late-summer chamomile blooms in whole leaf, biodegradable tea bags. We select only the brightest whole flowers that have been dried slowly to retain their essential oils, delicate flavours and floral aromas.</p> <p>Origin</p> <p>Our chamomile flowers are freshly picked and slowly dried for optimum flavour and aroma, creating a calming, caffeine-free herbal infusion with mellow, straw-like complexities and floral notes – perfect for enjoying in the evening just before bed. </p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Small, whole flower heads, complete with delicate petals.</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Summery, floral and mellow.</p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>Bright, sunny yellow.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Mellow, floral and wonderfully soothing.</p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Use 1 tea bag per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 100°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea once</p> <p></p>
Price €15.95

Chamomile Tea Caddy

<p>Floral, Delicate, Calming </p> <p>From Slavonia, Croatia </p> <p>Soothing late-summer chamomile blooms in an elegant tea caddy (35g). We select only the brightest whole flowers that have been dried slowly to retain their essential oils, delicate flavours and floral aromas.</p> <p>Origin</p> <p>The name for these daisy-like flowers derives via French and Latin from the Greek title, Khamaimēlon, meaning literally 'earth apple', so called for the fragrant apple scent they release. Our chamomile flowers are freshly picked and slowly dried for optimum flavour and aroma, creating a calming, caffeine-free herbal infusion with mellow, straw-like complexities and floral notes. Did you know, ‘herbal infusion’ is a preferable term to ‘herbal tea’, as tea is an infusion of leaves only from the Camellia sinensis.</p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Small, whole flower heads, complete with delicate petals.</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Summery, floral and mellow.</p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>Bright, sunny yellow.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Mellow, floral and wonderfully soothing.</p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Measure 4g or 4 tsp per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 100°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea once</p>
Price €14.25

Darjeeling Second Flush

<p>Fragrant, Rounded, Warming Darjeeling, </p> <p>From India </p> <p>Energising and fragrant with notes of crisp, fresh grapes and alpine flowers. A black tea that's uplifting, light, refreshing and full of unmistakable Darjeeling character in whole leaf, biodegradable tea bags.</p> <p></p> <p>Origin</p> <p>Darjeeling is a land of rolling foothills set against a backdrop of snow-capped Himalayan peaks. Grown at high altitude, our Darjeeling Second Flush encapsulates the best of the region's summer picking season, when the hot weather creates the perfect conditions for making stronger black teas. Combining complex and comforting aromatic scents, this prestigious expression of Darjeeling terroir is deeply refreshing with a satisfyingly thick flavour. </p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Deep brown tea leaves with dusky gold and silver tips.</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Comforting hints of muscatel grape, hop and citrus.</p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>A clear russet-orange infusion.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Balanced, crisp and refreshing with grape sweetness.</p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Use 1 tea bag per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 100°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea once</p> <p></p>
Price €15.94

Earl Grey

<p>Bold, Fragrant, </p> <p>From Uplifting Ruhuna, Sri Lanka </p> <p>An invigorating black tea lifted by fresh and exuberant citrus. For supreme texture and flavour, a touch of natural bergamot extract tempers the tea's inherent richness. To be enjoyed with or without milk.</p> <p>Origin</p> <p>Our Earl Grey tea uses high quality ingredients that complement each other for a perfect balance of flavour. To create this definitive blend, we selected a full-bodied Ceylon tea from Ruhuna, in the south of Sri Lanka, as a rich, smooth base. To this we add a touch of natural bergamot extract, which tempers the tea's natural fragrance and imparts the iconic citrus note. To complete the experience, a sprinkling of bright blue cornflowers add a signature visual flare. </p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Dark Ceylon leaf sprinkled with blue cornflower petals, for added visual charm</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Subtle and light, brightened with fresh citrus. </p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>A dark, coppery walnut infusion.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Refreshing and bold, lifted with bergamot citrus – a perfectly focused classic.</p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Measure 3g or 2tsp per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 100°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea once</p>
Price €9.43

Earl Grey

<p>Bold, Fragrant, </p> <p>From Uplifting Ruhuna, Sri Lanka </p> <p>An invigorating black tea lifted by fresh and exuberant citrus in biodegradable tea bags. For supreme texture and flavour, a touch of natural bergamot extract tempers the tea's inherent richness.</p> <p>Origin</p> <p>Our Earl Grey tea uses high quality ingredients that complement each other for a perfect balance of flavour. To create this definitive blend, we selected a full-bodied Ceylon tea from Ruhuna, in the south of Sri Lanka, as a rich, smooth base. To this we add a touch of natural bergamot extract, which tempers the tea's natural fragrance and imparts the iconic citrus note. To complete the experience, a sprinkling of bright blue cornflowers add a signature visual flare. </p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Dark Ceylon leaf sprinkled with blue cornflower petals for added visual charm.</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Subtle and light, brightened with fresh citrus. </p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>A dark, coppery walnut infusion.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Refreshing and bold, lifted with bergamot citrus – a perfectly focused classic.</p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Use 1 tea bag per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 100°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea once</p> <p></p>
Price €15.95

Earl Grey Tea Caddy

<p>Bold, Fragrant, </p> <p>From Uplifting Ruhuna, Sri Lanka </p> <p>An invigorating black tea lifted by fresh and exuberant citrus in an elegant tea caddy (100g). For supreme texture and flavour, a touch of natural bergamot extract tempers the tea's inherent richness. </p> <p>Origin</p> <p>Our Earl Grey tea uses high quality ingredients that complement each other for a perfect balance of flavour. To create this definitive blend, we selected a full-bodied Ceylon tea from Ruhuna, in the south of Sri Lanka, as a rich, smooth base. To this we add a touch of natural bergamot extract, which tempers the tea's natural fragrance and imparts the iconic citrus note. To complete the experience, a sprinkling of bright blue cornflowers add a signature visual flare. </p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Dark Ceylon leaf sprinkled with blue cornflower petals, for added visual charm.</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Subtle and light, brightened with fresh citrus. </p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>A dark, coppery walnut infusion.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Refreshing and bold, lifted with bergamot citrus – a perfectly focused classic.</p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Measure 3g or 2 tsp per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 100°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea once</p>
Price €18.11

El Salvador Finca Nazareth

<p>Sundried for 30 days on raised beds using 4 hours daily direct sunlight and using natural shade for the coffee to dry slower in order to have a homogeneous and brighter cup as and end result. They thicken the layers of coffee on a daily bases to create the slow drying process.</p> <p><strong>FINCA DESCRIPTION:</strong></p> <p>Finca Nazareth owned by ANDRES ACOSTA (6th generation), is located in the town of Apaneca, Ahuachapan. The growing conditions at the finca are characterized by the altitude that goes from 1500 to 1650 m, having clay loam soil which is the perfect one to grow coffee and presenting a lot of organic matter that helps the coffee trees to develop better flavors in the cup. Nazareth consists of 4 lots called: ‘Casco de Finca’, ‘El Amate’, ‘Bavaria’ and ‘Sintegual’.</p> <p>At Nazareth they grow Pacamara, Bourbon, Yellow Caturra and SL-34 varieties with bourbon being the main one. </p> <p><strong>REGION: </strong>apaneca, ahuachapan</p> <p><strong>LOT:</strong> ‘bournbon - natural' (shg - 0-5 defects, screen 15)</p> <p><strong>HARVEST PERIOD/DATE:</strong> decenber 2019- match 2020</p> <p><strong>PICKING ROUND:</strong> round 2 and 3 (out of 4rounds)</p>
Price €9.62

English Breakfast

<p>Malty, Rich, Satisfying </p> <p>From Assam, India </p> <p>The ultimate single origin 'english' breakfast tea in whole leaf, biodegradable tea bags. Expertly blended from selected gardens in Assam, India, for a satisfying, robust black tea with honeyed malt richness.</p> <p></p> <p>Origin</p> <p>To ensure a bold and true expression of Assam character, we have created our single origin breakfast blend using the finest second flush tea. Our Head of Tea, Tom, selects the best batches from Assam’s foremost gardens out of the hundreds that he tastes each year. The Assam terroir borders the Himalayas and is renowned for its rich soils, producing teas with the ideal balance of strength, assertiveness and malty flavour – everything that makes the perfect 'english' breakfast tea. </p> <p></p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Dark coloured tea leaves scattered with golden tips.</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Comforting malt, honey and rich dried fruit.</p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>Deep ruby-red tea infusion.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Amazingly satisfying, rich and malty.</p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Use 1 tea bag per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 100°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3 to 5 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea once</p> <p></p>
Price €15.28

Ethiopie Sidamo 2

<p>Sidamo coffees have a profound complexity that many attribute to the diversity of local landrace varieties. This coffee, produced by smallholders and processed at washing stations, preserves the depth and breadth of flavor. </p> <p>The Sidamo region of Southern Ethiopia holds the distinction as one of the three trademarked coffee regions of Ethiopia. Alongside Harrar and Yirgacheffe, Sidamo holds a Designation of Origin for coffee grown in the region. That's unsurprising when you consider the high altitudes of 1,550 to 2,200 meters above sea level, plentiful rainfall and fertile soil that makes the coffee grown in this region so remarkable.  </p> <p>The Sidamo region is named after the indigenous ethnic group, the Sidama, who call the region their home. On Sidamo’s Eastern border lies the large regions of Arsi and Bale while to the West, Sidamo is bordered by Gamogofa.  </p> <p>Sidamo lies in the path of the Great Rift Valley and thanks to this, the countryside of Sidamo is lush and green. There are several freshwater lakes that provide drinking and agricultural water and account for the densely populated nature of this region. </p> <p>The Great Rift Valley spans from the northernmost tip of Ethiopia across Kenya and all the way to the southernmost region of Tanzania. It is home to some of the oldest-known fossils of humankind, which suggests its importance in the early development of humanity. </p> <h2>Cultivation</h2> <p>Many would say that the strength of Sidamo coffees lie in the regions’ diversity of profiles. The many microclimates and varying soil types lead to striking differences from town to town. But across all Sidamo coffees is a profound complexity that many attribute to the diversity of local landrace varieties. Varieties can differ from town to town and even farm to farm where each farmer may have more than one unique varieties seldom or never found outside their plot.  </p> <p>When all these different varieties are blended at the local cooperative, the resulting blend expresses the complexity of the plant genetics in the area.  </p> <p>Sidamo coffees are distinguished with three markings: a grade, a geographical letter designation and an indication of whether it is washed or unwashed. In addition to their geographical indications, subsequent markings may be added to convey quality and other information.   </p> <p>Farming methods in Sidamo remain largely traditional. Sidamo farmers typically intercrop their coffee plants with other food crops. This method is common among smallholders because it maximises land use and provides food for their families.  </p> <p>In addition to remaining traditionally intercropped, most farms are also traditional and organic-by-default. Farmers in Sidamo typically use very few—if any—fertilisers or pesticides. Most farm work is done manually and very few tasks are mechanized, even during processing. </p> <p></p> <h2>Harvest &amp; Post-Harvest</h2> <p>Due to the size of most plots, coffee is typically handpicked by landowners and their family. </p> <p>All coffee is selectively hand-harvested before being delivered to a collection center or directly to the washing station. At the washing station, coffee is sorted to remove damaged or underripe cherry and is then delivered to the pulpers to be pulped. It will then be fermented for around 24 hours, depending on the weather conditions.  </p> <p>Once fermentation is complete the parchment is thoroughly washed and is then graded in washing channels, separating each lot into two grades based on density. Once graded, the coffee is sometimes soaked under clean spring water in tanks for 12-24 hours to remove all traces of fermented mucilage. </p> <p>After washing, the coffee is delivered to raised beds to dry under shade for 10-14 days until moisture content reaches 12%. During this time, the coffee is regularly turned and hand sorted several times to remove any damaged or discolored beans. Coffee is covered with plastic during the hottest hours of the day to protect the parchment from drying too quickly and overnight to prevent condensation from seeping into the drying parchment. This level of labor and love result in a truly exquisite cup profile. </p> <h2>Grade 2</h2> <p>In the Ethiopian grading system, grade 2 refers to the cup quality as well as physical quality of a coffee. A grade 2 allows between four and 13 full defects per 300gr green sample. The cup typically has fruity and clean characteristics, without any off-flavors.  </p> <p>Ethiopia Sidamo 2 is a classic in every coffee range and especially popular in blends. The cup quality can be very surprising for prices well below the grade 1 price point. For us, grade 2 coffee typically sits around an 83-84 cup score. </p> <h2>Coffee in Ethiopia</h2> <p>While Ethiopia is famous as coffee’s birthplace, today it remains a specialty coffee industry darling for its incredible variety of flavors. While full traceability has been difficult in recent history, new regulations have made direct purchasing possible. Our importer is connected directly with farmers to help them produce top quality specialty lots that are now completely traceable, adding value for farmers and roasters, alike.</p> <p>The exceptional quality of Ethiopian coffee is due to a combination of factors. The genetic diversity of coffee varieties means that we find a diversity of flavor, even between (or within) farms with similar growing conditions and processing. In addition to varieties, processing methods also contribute to end quality. The final key ingredients for excellent coffee in Ethiopia are the producing traditions that have created the genetic diversity, processing infrastructure and great coffee we enjoy today.</p> <p>Most producers in Ethiopia are smallholders, and the majority continue to cultivate coffee using traditional methods. As a result, most coffee is grown with no chemical fertilizer or pesticide use. Coffee is almost entirely cultivated, harvested and dried using </p> <p></p>
Price €7.36