Tea Information

Black teas are fully fermented and vary in appearance from a broken to a long black leaf, resulting in a golden-brown to dark liquor which varies in strength and flavour.


The Chinese and Japanese have been enjoying the health benefits of green tea for thousands of years. Not only is it bright and refreshing but it’s also low in caffeine.


Chai, meaning tea, is a popular beverage which originated in India but is now enjoyed by many countries around the world. A traditional Indian Chai is generally made up of black tea, milk, various spices and a sweetener, which assists in bringing out...


The strength of a tea is determined by various factors - the size of the leaf, where it's grown or how it's processed. The British introduced a grading system for black tea based on the appearance of the tea leaves, with the unbroken and pristine...


White tea is the least processed of all teas, and because of this it actually retains the largest quantities of antioxidants, known as polyphenols. White tea has gained popularity in recent years as a result of these high antioxidant qualities...