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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 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

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

Iron Buddha Tea Caddy

<p>Floral, Creamy, </p> <p>From Refreshing Fujian, China </p> <p>A tea caddy (75g) of masterfully hand-rolled and fired Iron Buddha. With unmistakable texture and depth of flavour, the leaves elicit a creamy and refreshingly floral infusion with notes of stone fruit. </p> <p>Origin</p> <p>Known throughout Asia as Tie Guan Yin, this tea is commonly translated as Iron Buddha. The name relates to the mythical origins of the Tie Guan Yin cultivar, which is said to have been discovered by a peasant farmer in China's Anxi County. He was guided in a dream by the Buddhist icon Guan Yin, the revered Bodhisattva of compassion. Our gratifying, lightly oxidised Iron Buddha yields an infusion that is gently tart, yet light and floral, bright and refreshing. </p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Tightly rolled leaves dappled with dark green and light jade hues.</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Hints of peach, apricot, creamy vanilla and tangy citrus.</p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>A bright, intensely green infusion.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Grassy, fruity and floral with a distinct touch of tartness and smooth texture.</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 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea twice</p>
Price €20.09

Jasmine Pearls Boite Caddy

<p>Sweet, Floral, </p> <p>From Enticing Fujian, China </p> <p>A caddy (100g) of young spring picked buds of green tea, naturally scented with fresh jasmine flowers. The result is a soft, vivid infusion with the sublimely enchanting aroma of sweet, fragrant jasmine. </p> <p>Origin</p> <p>This well-loved tea begins its life in China's Fujian province. The freshest spring buds and young leaves are picked to produce a high quality green tea, which is hand-rolled into individual pearls, ready for scenting. Come early summer, the pearls are carefully transported to Guangxi province, where they are placed onto bamboo mats and laid with fresh jasmine flowers repeatedly for five nights. This meticulous process imbues each pearl with a deeply floral aroma, a sweet, honey-like liquor and a long-lasting finish.</p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Tightly rolled pearls of silver-tipped green tea. </p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Heady aroma of fresh jasmine blossom over nourishing green tea.</p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>A beautiful golden-fawn infusion.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Smooth and bright green tea lifted by fragrant and bright, long-lasting jasmine.</p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Measure 5g or 2 tsp per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 80°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea twice</p>
Price €22.74

Organic Jade Sword ™ Green...

<p>Grassy, Spring-Fresh, </p> <p>From Reviving Hunan, China </p> <p>Bursting with sweet spring flavour, and selected for its succulent fresh taste, this is our introduction to exceptional green tea in an elegant tea caddy (75g). A refreshing infusion with sappy top notes.</p> <p>Origin</p> <p>Grown among misty mountains in a remote part of Hunan province, our Organic Jade Sword ™ is spring-picked at an altitude of 800m, from a garden rich with biodiversity. The garden had been abandoned in the early '90s and was revived in 2007 by tea master Zhou Wei, when he saw an opportunity to help the local minority ethnic people. He has been producing organic tea ever since, providing locals with the chance to build a community and a home. </p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Seaweed-green, finely twisted leaves.</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Refreshing sweet grass and spring flowers.</p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>Glowing golden-yellow.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Full and grassy with a sappy and refreshing finish.</p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Measure 4g or 3 tsp per cup (250ml)</p> <p>Heat water to 80°C</p> <p>Infuse tea for 3 minutes</p> <p>You can re-infuse this tea twice</p>
Price €18.11

Peppermint Tea Caddy

<p>Intense, Cool, Refreshing </p> <p>From Bavaria, Germany </p> <p>Deep green, whole dried peppermint leaves in an elegant tea caddy (20g) offer an intensely refreshing infusion that exudes an engaging and cleansing menthol aroma, with an invigorating, cooling finish.</p> <p>Origin</p> <p>Peppermint is favoured for its high menthol content and has been used through the ages for both its functional and culinary qualities. Often cultivated for use as a topical oil, the large, whole leaves also render a refreshing herbal infusion. We select high quality fresh leaves and slowly dry them to retain their essential oils, creating an invigorating flavour with a remarkably long finish. </p> <p>What to Look For</p> <p>Crisp and deep green, whole dried leaves.</p> <p>Aroma</p> <p>Intensely fresh and minty, yet soothing and cleansing.</p> <p>In the Cup</p> <p>Deep, vibrant, golden yellow.</p> <p>Taste</p> <p>Amazingly refreshing, pure menthol flavour with a smooth texture and long finish.</p> <p>The perfect cup</p> <p>Measure 2g or 5 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