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Cocktail Ideas! This one is Super Easy to make… – Brandy Oolong. For this Tea Cocktail 🍹🍹🍹 1. Add 4g tea leaves to a double brandy (I used my Aged Oolong and Armagnac) 2. Pop in the fridge for 3-5 hours 3. Remove the tea leaves 4. Top up your […]
Calling all Coffee Fiends of London – The welcome news today is the reopening of @thegentlemenbaristas at Park Street, London Bridge. Here is Dan popping in to offer support (and stock up on treats!) So sieze the chance to support a local independent coffee shop, one that is run and […]
What do you think? Isn’t it a beauty? As we enter the last week of our 25HOME promotion, here is the first of our new treats for you – the CHASH tea caddy! From next Monday (1June) we will send you a tea caddy with every purchase. The promotion will […]
Hot Milk Cafe in Bounds Green, north London is now open for take away food and drink! The good folk (say Hi to Sam when you visit) are also offering a selection of goodies to buy from the pantry (try the lasagna – amazing!) Oh, and they also produce a […]
“One of the packets was bought with the intention of being given to my mum but I’m finding it difficult to part with!” While delighted that Srishti is so in love with our tea, we don’t want it to come between her and her Mum. Let’s just hope she learns […]
White Tea is tea at its most natural (the leaves are simply dried). Because there is no processing, this tea keeps the highest levels of antioxidant properties. White tea is very delicate and responds best to a temperature of 70-80 degrees. So when you make a cup you can be […]
Have you tried Yellow Tea? This is the rarest and least-known tea. It is little-known because its export outside China was once punishable by death! _____________ Yellow tea is similar to – but less astringent than – Green Tea. Our Yellow tea hails from Anhui province. It is named Huo […]