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Our rich blend of lapsang souchong tea leaves with punchy root ginger, green tea and a drizzle of sweet honey makes a super-satisfying cuppa. If you’re a fan of the classic ginger and honey tea, you’ll love our flavourful variation. Take five minutes to brew our smoky ginger & honey tea, then sit back and sip at your leisure.
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Refresh your tastebuds with a pot of vibrant green fresh mint tea. Just grab a handful of mint leaves and add boiling water to release its distinctive flavour and scent. Sweeten it according to your own taste with honey. You’ll never go back to teabags once you’ve tried the real thing.
Try our zingy green tea with grapefruit for a tasty twist on your classic herbal brew. Add a sprig of rosemary for an aromatic edge, or if you need a touch of sweetness, add some honey or agave syrup. To brew a second pot, leave the mixture to steep for 3-4 minutes rather than two to get the full flavour.
Our rust-red, caffeine-free rooibos & pear tea with sweet-smelling cinnamon and delicate pear is an impressive cuppa, but it’s deceptively simple to make. Garnish with extra slices of pear to wow your guests at your next afternoon tea. The robust, slightly sweet flavour of the tea leaves pairs perfectly with light and fruity pear and full-bodied cinnamon spice.
Enhance your Assam leaf tea experience by introducing a fragrant cinnamon stick, transforming it into a warming cinnamon-spiced brew perfect for chilly days. Sweeten it with a dollop of honey to suit your tastes. Not just a warming drink, cinnamon also helps to defend against infection and protects against cold and flus.
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Wind down in the evening with a calming cup of camomile tea with honey. Use dried camomile flowers with aromatic lavender to make this wonderfully relaxing herbal tea. The petals release a gentle, slightly sweet flavour with notes of honey and apple. A deliciously soothing mix.
Three key ingredients make up our lemon & ginger tea; it makes a punchy alternative to caffeinated drinks. Use fine slices of fresh root ginger and segments of lemon to create an invigorating mugful of flavour. Feeling a little under the weather or in need of a warming dose of vitamin C? Look no further. This is also the ideal tipple to soothe a sore throat. Sweeten it up with a squeeze of honey if needed.
Pack in plenty of spice with our jasmine & ginger tea. Enjoy a cup with chai spices including cinnamon, star anise, cloves and ginger. Try adding a wedge of orange or clementine and a handful of frozen berries for a fruity tang. Our simple recipe makes enough for four people, so it’s perfect for an impromptu gathering with friends.
Cool down on a piping hot afternoon with our summery blend of mint & mango iced green tea. Mix up a pitcher for a crowd, then chill in the fridge until needed. Once it’s cold, add the mango syrup, mint and chopped fruit for a satisfying refreshment. Try topping up with a dash of sparkling water for an easy mocktail you can make in just 15 minutes.
Swap your regular cup of coffee for this delicious green matcha with vanilla tea. This easy, Japanese-style drink boasts a rich, complex taste with lingering sweetness, and takes just five minutes to make. Want something with a little more body? Try our foamy, café-style matcha latte.
Enjoy this refreshing crowd-pleaser at family picnics, barbecues, or parties. Including nutrient-rich blueberries contributes to your 5-a-day and adds fruity flavours.
Savour the comforting embrace of a spiced tea, perfectly paired with our delectable coconut chai traybake. For a vegan twist, substitute cow’s milk with your preferred dairy-free alternative. We like almond milk in a chai tea, as its nutty undertones beautifully complement the warmth of the spices.
Trying to avoid sugar-laden squashes? Iced hibiscus tea is a refreshing, low-sugar alternative that contains lots of beneficial compounds that act as antioxidants.
Explore your spice rack and try using turmeric in a soothing, caffeine-free tea. Infuse your pot with the vibrant flavours of ginger, orange, and honey for a sweet and zesty twist. Turmeric also brings numerous health benefits and aids digestion, making it an ideal choice for a post-dinner tea.
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Keep cool in the summer with this aromatic infusion with orange, tea and rosemary flavours. It’s a wonderful thirst-quencher on hot, balmy days.
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