Tea Bags & Pyramid Bag Teas
Twinings Tea Club is the perfect choice for tea traditionalists… designed for those who want to dip their toe into the world of tea, but maybe want an expert hand to guide them.
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This December on Tea Tasters we are looking at the Christmassy White Rosy Fig Loose Tea.
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This November on Tea Tasters we are looking at the gorgeous Best East African Rwandan. Tea
This month on Tea Tasters we are looking at the gorgeous flowering tea Jin Zhan Mo Li. This is perfect for dinner parties or impressing friends.
A wonderfully coloured deep green tea, with an intoxicating fresh cut grass aroma to the silky tea leaves.
Keemun is such a good quality tea, especially this Maofeng grade that you’re not really going to get any bitterness or unpleasantness in drinking it.
The one unmistakable thing about Assam tea is the beautiful colour in the cup.
Jasmine Green Tea was first made over 1000 years ago. The use of jasmine with green tea goes back to the Song Dynasty period in China, around 960-1270 AED.
The 2014 Chamong Estate First Flush Darjeeling is a pure loose tea and has a very little process to reach it's complete formation.
Oolong is only harvested in spring and autumn which is locally known as 'Jade'.
The Indonesian Silver Tips are found in the south of Bandong in Java, this particular area of Java is very fertile and a wonderful place to grow tea.
We chose three origins, each one possessing unique properties that when added together create a perfectly profiled blend.
The leaves that go into Jasmine Butterfly in Love come from the very top of the plant. Just the leaf bud and very young leaves are picked, and are then processed to make green tea.
A delicate cup with a gorgeous floral character.
Sweet, floral tea with a lightly toasted flavour.
A fragrant, colourful infusion of sublime flavour.
A velvety black tea evocative of autumn’s beauty.
What's so interesting about this tea is its silky needle like appearance, which is characteristic of a Sencha, or steamed tea and unique to green tea.
The sign of a good peppermint infusion is the pungent, zingy aroma it gives off. And when you look at it, it has a strong lime green colour.
The flavour is a cross between Oolong and White - not as strong as China Oolong, but not as delicate as a white. A delicious, delicate and refreshing tea.
Flowery yet zesty, carried on a wave of sweetness. It's really refreshing just like a taste of spring!
This really is everything that a tea should be. You'd be hard pressed to find a maltier, deeper cup of tea than Assam.
The aroma is absolutely electrifying. It's definitely got one of the strongest of all green tea aromas.
Camomile makes a beautiful base to use with other products, especially when you sweeten it - so a little bit of ginger jelly or a bit of honey always work really well with camomile.
You'll see how the Osmanthus flower has dissolved in the water and that the leaves have exploded into life. It's fascinating to see…
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