You may have noticed that our website is sporting a smart new look, as well as a number of new features. To ensure that you don’t miss anything, here’s our whistle-stop tour:

New features

We’ve introduced the option to set up your own account – making the ordering process more convenient than ever. Simply log in to your account to view your orders, select a delivery address, manage your wish list, read past reviews, and sign up to our newsletter.

Our new loyalty scheme is open to all of our online accountholders. Join the scheme, and earn Tea Leaf points to the value of five per cent of every purchase you make. 100 points gives you £1.00 to redeem against future online orders – and the perfect excuse to treat yourself to some delicious tea!

To top it all off, we also now offer free standard delivery on all UK orders over £30.


Our range of high-quality teas remains as diverse as ever. It includes green teas, black teas, white teas and oolong teas, as well as fruit and herbal infusions. If you’re not sure which tea to plump for, our product descriptions should help you decide. Each gives details of the tea’s character and flavour, so you can be sure of picking one that’s to your taste. And remember, if you’d like our advice on which tea to choose, we’re always happy to share our expertise.


If you’re looking for tea accessories that are stylish yet functional, you’ll find them in our teaware section. We sell mugs, teapots, tea caddies, strainers, timers and spoons – and a whole lot more besides.


Our ‘gifts’ page brings together a range of gift ideas, conveniently grouped by price category. Simply select your budget, and take your pick from the shortlist we’ve compiled. Our gift suggestions include mugs, books, tea sets, hampers and tea cosies. If you’d like us to personalise a gift for you, we’d be glad to do so. Alternatively, you can purchase gift vouchers[17], and let the lucky recipient decide!

Tea tasting workshops

We continue to run our popular tea tasting workshops[18] from our base in rural Somerset. The next workshops take place on 1 September 2012, 17 November 2012, 5 January 2013 and 9 February 2013. Contact us now[19], to reserve your place.


If you’re reading this, the chances are that you’ve already navigated your way to our new blog page. Our monthly blog covers all manner of tea-related topics – be they topical, historical, educational or seasonal.

We love receiving blog ideas from our customers, so if there’s something you’ve always wanted to know about tea, let us know[20]. We’d love to hear from you!


17th August 2012

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