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Steeped in tradition.

Legend has it, that in 2737 BC the Chinese emperor Shen Nung was sitting beneath a tree while his servant boiled drinking water. Suddenly, the wind blew some leaves into the water, and the emperor delighted in the resulting drink. Whether true or not, tea has been a rich part of our culture for thousands of years.

 
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Black teas

The stronger, oxidised flavour of classic black teas is usually appreciated with the addition of milk, sugar, honey or lemon, making these blends endlessly versatile in flavour and perfect for any social gathering.

 

 

Fruit teas

Experience summer all year round with Cranberry Delight, or experiment with sophisticated flavour combinations like Passion Fruit and Orange. With benefits from a variety of minerals, vitamins and antioxidants, drinking fruit is definitely the new eating fruit.

 

 

Green teas

Often labelled today as a ‘super-food', in the Far East, green tea has been used for millennia as a treatment for a variety of conditions ranging from arthritis to weight loss, as well as a preventative measure for diseases such as cancer.

 

Herbal teas

Try a calming Chamomile, or experiment with modern zesty combinations like Lemongrass, Ginger and Cinnamon.

From soothing a troubled tummy to easing insomnia or calming a troubled mind, herbs have all sorts of healing powers. In a lot of ways, we might get more benefit from a good herbal tea than from a vitamin pill!

 

 

Organic teas

Why not experience a fresh tasting and healthy Green tea with Peppermint, or a delicate flavoured Darjeeling from the foothills of the Himalayan mountains. 

OTeas Organic teas are crafted from fully certified naturally organic ingredients.

 

 

Rooibos teas

Rooibos which means ‘red bush’ in its native South Africa is being discovered by more and more of us. Feeding your body with this zero-calorie, caffeine-free, nutrient packed tea that fights inflammation and oxidation can only be good news! 

 

 

Grab a cup with us.

 
 

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It's (literally) our cup of tea.

 
 
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