Our Teas


Lung Ching Green Tea 龍井 

Tea Notes
Lung Ching leaves are roasted early after picking to stop the natural oxidation process, and then steaming the leaves before they completely dry out. When steeped, the tea produces a yellow-green colour. The tea contains vitamin C, amino acids, and, like most finer Chinese green teas, has one of the highest concentrations of catechins among teas.

£2.50 / 25g





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Good Morning Tea 良朝茶 (available upon request)

Tea Notes
An invigorating blend of green tea and flowers, made with sunflower, chrysanthemum and rose petals. This tea has a glorious aroma making a highly fragrant morning tea. 

£2.00 / 25g   





Red Dragon Lily Flowering Tea 紅龍百合花茶

Tea Notes
Red Dragon Lily, or Qing Xing Bai He, is a rich tasting hand sewn tea creation. The dragon lily opens revealing a full orange liliy blossom and sprinkles of osmanthus petals, a mesmerising display. This translucent liquor imparts a velvety luscious apricot flavour.

£8.20 / 48g  (7 balls) or £1.40 a ball





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Peppermint Tea

Tea Notes
Peppermint tea is a naturally caffeine free infusion made from the leaves of the peppermint plant. Our peppermint is cut leaf and makes a very refreshing brew.

£2.80 / 50g  









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Tea Notes
Russian Caravan is a blend of oolong, keemun, and lapsang souchong teas and is described as an aromatic and full-bodied tea with a sweet, malty taste, and smoky taste. Its name originates from the 18th century camel caravans that facilitated the transcontinental tea trade from tea-producing areas (namely India, Ceylon and China) to Europe via Russia.

£3.50 / 50g  



Lapsang Souchong 正山小種茶 (available upon request)Lapsang-Souchong-Tea_01

Tea Notes
Our Lapsang Souchong is a black tea originally from the Wuyi region of the Chinese province of Fujian. It is sometimes referred to as smoked tea. Lapsang is distinct from all other types of tea because lapsang leaves are traditionally smoke-dried over pinewood fires which produces the distinctive smoky flavour.

£2.80 / 100g  




English Breakfast Tea english-breakfast-tea1

Tea Notes
Our English Breakfast Tea is a blend of Assam teas, imparting a full, malty flavour and a rich, dark colour. This tea can be drunk with milk or excellent simply with a slice of lemon. It has a fine leaf size for a faster infusion and all in all, is a good strong tea to start the day.

£3.50 / 100g 



Darjeeling, Rohini Estate (available upon request)darjeeling-

Tea Notes
This Darjeeling tea, from the Rohini Estate in India, is from the summer harvest known as the second flush. A refreshing, full leaf Darjeeling, this is an extremely smooth tea with a muscatel flavour typical of second flush Darjeelings. This tea has a syrup like mouth feel which leaves a lingering sweet aftertaste.

£3.75 / 50g  

View from the air of a darjeeling estate