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Camomile Loose Leaf Tea
Renowned for its many health benefits, camomile makes a great tea on its own but lends itself well to blends such as honey, lime and lemon to name but a few. Camomile tea has a pale colour and a mellow aroma with a faint floral taste and delicate flavour.
Brew guide – 5-10mins, 1-2 Spoons per Cup, 70-90⁰

Earl Grey Loose Leaf Tea
British Prime Minister Earl Grey gave his name to this hugely popular tea back in the 1830’s and ever since it has been thought of as a classic English afternoon tea. It is not a type of tea, but a flavour, made up of a premium black orthodox tea flavoured with aromatic and stimulating bergamot.
Brew guide – 3-5mins, 1 Spoon per Cup, 100⁰

Peppermint Leaves
Outstanding peppermint leaves from the best cut of the season that produce a cool and pungent cup of tea bursting with minty flavour. Totally caffeine free and tastes just as good hot or cold.
Brew guide – 2-4mins, 2 Spoons per Cup, 90-95⁰

Long Jing Dragonwell Green
Also called ‘Dragon Well’, this luxury green tea is grown in the region of San Shai, in southern Taipei. Long Jing is hand picked then pan fried, rolled and dried. The tea is not left t left to oxidise and hence has a natural smooth vegetal taste, and an aroma that is light with a hint of freshly cut grass.
Brew guide – 2-4mins, 1-2 Spoons per Cup, 80-90⁰

Red Berry Loose Leaf
Drink it hot or as an ice tea, either way you’ll have a cuppa that’s great tasting and healthy to. The hibiscus gives it a truly marvellous colour! Fruity, slightly tart flavour with a mellow smoothness and natural sweetness. Caffeine-free!
Brew guide – 3-5mins, 1 Spoon per Cup, 100⁰