45 flavours to choose from.
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- English Breakfast
A traditional, full bodied tea that is a rich and robust blend of assam, ceylon and kenyan leaves.
Ingredients: Black tea
- Earl Grey
A black tea, classically flavoured by bergamot — enjoyable any time of the day.
Ingredients: Black tea, blue mallow blossoms, bergamot oil & cornflower blossom
A distinctive Chinese green tea that has been steamed and rolled into small pellets. The gunpowder blooms to produce an astringent liquor that is strong and smokey.
Ingredients: Chinese green tea
- Jasmine Silver Tip
This rare silver needle tea has been scented eight times with fragrant jasmine flowers. Its aroma is gentle and its taste sweet and mellow.
Ingredients: Silver tip white tea
- Lemongrass, Kawakawa & Ginger
The native peppery flavours of kawakawa combined with lemongrass and ginger are bold and well balanced for a very flavoursome brew.
Ingredients: Kawakawa, lemongrass & ginger
A refreshing minty infusion that can be enjoyed hot or cold. Has a strong but fresh flavour and aroma.
Ingredients: Peppermint leaves
- Iron Goddess of Mercy (Tie Guan Yin)
This premium oolong tea originated in the 19th century from the Chinese Fujian province. Oolong is semi-fermented to maintain the delicate aromatics of a green tea balanced with the strength of a black tea.
Ingredients: Oolong tea
A light and sweet blend of 5 berries.
Ingredients: Elderberry, blackberry, strawberry, raspberry & blackcurrant