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Tea & Biscuits

Tea Time Tales: The Historical Irish Love Affair with Tea

Tea, the elixir of comfort and conversation, has woven itself into the cultural fabric of nations around the world. In Ireland, the history of tea drinking is rich and steeped in tradition, becoming an integral part of daily life.

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The Age of Sail: Port of Kolkata | The East India Company & Chai

Want to know why we named our spiciest bergamot blend, ‘East India Earl Grey’? Make yourself a cuppa and prepare for a very long answer in our latest Tea Journal entry all about the British East India Company and chai.

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Monk Tea: A bergamot & pear delight

Bosc, Bartlett, Concord, Nashi, D’Anjou…there are almost enough varieties of pears to rival tea! A homage to one of our favourite seasonal fruits and the history of tea alike, this week’s Tea Journal entry is all about Monk tea.

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What is special about Assam tea?

Did you know that Assam in India is the world’s biggest producer of black tea? The Tea Centre takes a deep dive into our most premium Assam teas & what make them so special in our latest Tea Journal entry.