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Christmas Punch
Christmas Punch
Flavoured fruit tea with apple punch flavour Tasty winter fruits with the typical Christmas spices, topped with lots of delicious apple pieces. Contains nuts Sold in 100g bag  
Was £7.90 Now £6.40
Christmas Sencha
Sencha green tea with orange flavour Contains nuts Sold in 100g bag
Was £7.80 Now £6.20
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Ayurveda Herbs and Ginger
Caffeine Free
Ayurveda Herbs and Ginger
This Ayurvedic tea has a powerful freshness of spicy ginger, lemon grass, liquorice and lemon verbena. Sold in 100g bags.   
£6.20
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Grand Smooth Mint Tea BagsGrand Smooth Mint Tea Bags
Caffeine Free
Grand Smooth Mint Tea Bags
The balanced blend of peppermint and spearmint in combination with a fine licorice note creates this aromatic herbal infusion. For use in teapots up to 0.45L  
from £7.40

Herbal Amour Loose Leaf
Caffeine Free
Herbal Amour Loose Leaf
A herbal love affair, a zesty and rejuvenating blend of herbs.  sold in 100g bags
£8.70
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Meditation Blend Organic
Caffeine Free
Meditation Blend Organic
A wonderfully soothing herbal blend to encourage calm contemplation Caffeine free Sold in 100g bags.  
£6.90
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Wild Cherry
Caffeine Free
Wild Cherry
 Very Cherry! A strong cherry flavoured fruit infusion Sold in 100g bags
£7.20
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Ronnefeldt Fiery Cherry
Caffeine Free
Ronnefeldt Fiery Cherry
Flavoured fruit tea with the finest cherry flavour Caffeine free Sold in 100g bags
£5.70

Fruit Tea & Mug Gift SetFruit Tea & Mug Gift Set
Bundle Deal
Fruit Tea & Mug
Gift Set
A stylish porcelain mug with tea filter and a delicious rhubarb cream fruit tea The perfect way to make and enjoy a nice cup of loose leaf tea.
£25.80
Earl Grey Organic Premium Pyramid TeabagsEarl Grey Organic Premium Pyramid Teabags
Organic
Earl Grey Organic
Premium Pyramid Teabags
Deliciously classic Earl Grey tea in roomy pyramid teabags Certified Organic 1 bag contains 20 teabags
£9.60

English Breakfast Organic Premium Pyramid TeabagsEnglish Breakfast Organic Premium Pyramid Teabags
Organic
English Breakfast Organic
Premium Pyramid Teabags
A classic breakfast tea in roomy pyramid teabags Certified Organic 1 bag contains 20 teabags
£9.60
Green Mint Revive Organic Premium Pyramid TeabagsGreen Mint Revive Organic Premium Pyramid Teabags
Organic
Green Mint Revive Organic
Premium Pyramid Teabags
Green sencha tea with mint A classic combination Certified Organic 1 bag contains 20 teabags
£9.60

Herbal Amour Organic Premium Pyramid TeabagsHerbal Amour Organic Premium Pyramid Teabags
Organic
Herbal Amour Organic
Premium Pyramid Teabags
Amazing herbal tea blend featuring rosemary and thyme plus a zingy lemony finish Certified Organic 1 bag contains 20 teabags
£9.60
Rooibos Vanilla Organic Premium Pyramid TeabagsRooibos Vanilla Organic Premium Pyramid Teabags
Organic
Rooibos Vanilla Organic Premium Pyramid Teabags
Classic creamy Rooibos blended with vanilla Certified Organic 1 bag contains 20 teabags
£9.60

Organic Earl Grey Leaf Tea Bags
Organic
Organic Earl Grey
Leaf Tea Bags
Delicate sweetness, with a  strong flavour of Assam and the lemony fresh note of bergamot 1 box contains 15 teabags
£9.20
Organic Chai Leaf Tea Bags
Organic
Organic Chai
Leaf Tea Bags
Traditional Indian spiced teabags Tantalisingly sweet and spicy 1 box contains 15 teabags
£9.20

Organic Peppermint Leaf Tea Bags
Organic
Organic Peppermint
Leaf Tea Bags
Spicy, aromatic taste, underlined with a cooling freshness, finishing with a hint of sweetness 1 box contains 15 teabags
£9.20
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Organic Verbena Leaf Tea Bags
Organic
Organic Verbena
Leaf Tea Bags
Fine, tasteful herbal infusion with a delicate, lemony fragrance 1 box contains 15 teabags
£9.20

Organic Red Berries Leaf Tea Bags
Organic
Organic Red Berries
Leaf Tea Bags
The tasty composition of red fruit impresses with its fine fruity tartness Pleasant summery sweetness and berry taste notes 1 box contains 15 teabags
£9.20
Organic Rooibos Vanilla Leaf Teabags
Organic
Organic Rooibos Vanilla
Leaf Teabags
 Mild, smooth and aromatic South African Rooibos 1 box contains 15 teabags
£9.20

Organic Darjeeling Leaf Tea Bags
Organic
Organic Darjeeling
Leaf Tea Bags
Sparkling, fragrant taste with a delicate floral aroma An enchanting dream of first flush 1 box contains 15 teabags
£9.20
Pai Mu Tan (White Peony)
Pai Mu Tan
(White Peony)
Mild, distinctive white tea with a sweet aroma and light spice White tea also known as White Peony Sold in 50g bags
£6.30
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China Pai Mu Tan Organic
Organic
China Pai Mu Tan Organic
White Tea
A classic organic Pai Mu Tan; mildly fragrant and flowery. Sold in 50g 
£6.40
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Exotic Mango Dream
New
Exotic Mango Dream
Flavoured Green/White Tea
Pai Mu Tan paired with fine Chinese Sencha and ripe mangoes creates a delicate uplifting tea infusion.  Sold in 100g bags
£11.90
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Ronnefeldt White Rose Dream
Ronnefeldt White Rose Dream
Superb Pai Mu Tan meets dreamy rose. Sold in 50g bags.
£4.90
Oolong Tea
Oolong Tea
A superb classic Oolong with a smooth, mellow flavour. Sold in 100g bags 
£6.70

China Tie Guan Yin Oolong Organic
Organic
China Tie Guan Yin Oolong Organic
An excellent organic Oolong tea with a flowery aroma and long lasting aftertaste Unique character, with a reminiscent of orchids     
£13.20
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Ronnefeldt Oolong Tea
A Cup of Tea Favourite
Ronnefeldt Oolong Tea
Slightly tart Oolong tea with a lovely mellow flavour This tea has a delicious nutty sweetness Sold in 100g bagS
£6.60
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China Superior Fancy Oolong Organic
Organic
China Superior Fancy Oolong Organic
A delicious top quality organic Oolong tea This tea has fine honey notes and a wonderful fragrant, flowery aroma Sold in 100g   
£15.90
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Oolong Fig
Oolong Fig
Flavoured Oolong Tea
Oolong tea with figs and dates. Sweet, earthy and beautifully balanced. Sold in 100g bags  
£6.60
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Ronnefeldt Apricot-Peach Oolong
Ronnefeldt Apricot-Peach Oolong
A flavoured Oolong with peach and apricot Fragrant aromas and flowers, with the delicate elegance of the oolong from China Sold in 100g bags
£6.90
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Milky Oolong
Milky Oolong
Flavoured oolong tea with a milk-cream flavour A highly aromatic tea with a complex flavour Sold in 100g bags
£14.30
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Ronnefeldt Orange Blossom Oolong
A Cup of Tea Favourite
Ronnefeldt Orange Blossom Oolong
An aromatic mix of oolong, black tea and fresh oranges A lively fruity Oolong blend Sold in 100g bags
£6.90
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Rooibos Cherry Blossom 100g / Herbal Tea
New
Rooibos Cherry Blossom 100g
Herbal Tea
A naturally caffeine free, floral rooibos infusion. Sold in 100g bags 
£5.70

Camomile Blossoms
Camomile Blossoms
Pure camomile blossoms create this soothing herbal infusion, gentle and relaxing. Sold in 50g bags
£4.50
Cocoa Chai 100g
New
Cocoa Chai
Herbal Tea 100g
Spicy chai meets velvety chocolate! A match made in heaven.  Sold in 100g bags 
£6.80

Joy of Spring
New
Joy of Spring
Herbal Tea
Enjoy the taste of Spring with our delicious, delicate and uplifting blend of herbs. Sold in 100g 
£6.90
Minty Chocolate Moment Organic
New
Minty Chocolate Moment Organic
Herbal Tea
Natural rooibos blended with cocoa nibs, spearmint, and peppermint creates this divine infusion. Sold in 100g.     
£6.90
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Nettle Leaf Tea
New
Nettle Leaf Tea
Herbal Tea
A light & refreshing nettle infusion.  Sold in 100g bags.
£4.80
Fitness Organic Herbal Tea
Caffeine Free
Fitness Organic
Herbal Tea
This herbal infusion exudes a fresh, cool lemon note as lemongrass and verbena unfold. Certified organic and naturally caffeine-free Sold in 100g bags
£5.70

Ginger Lemon
Caffeine Free
Ginger Lemon
A delicious warming herbal infusion of ginger, lemon & herbs Caffeine free Sold in 100g bag
£7.30
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Lemon Grass Organic
Organic
Lemon Grass Organic
A soothing herbal blend with impressive lemon, citrus character Caffeine free Sold in 30g plastic free bags
£5.90
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Peppermint Organic
Organic
Peppermint Organic
A refreshing and thirst-quenching peppermint infusion Caffeine free Sold in 50g bags and 1kg bulk bags, both plastic free. Please decant 1kg bags into an airtight container as soon as possible following receipt
from £7.50
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Verbena Balm Leaves Organic
Caffeine Free
Verbena Balm Leaves Organic
A smooth and delicately fruity infusion with a natural lemony fragrance Caffeine free Sold in 100g 
£9.80
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Camomile TeabagsCamomile Teabags
Caffeine Free
Camomile Teabags
A relaxing and soothing herbal infusion Tart aromatic aroma of camomile. Caffeine free. 1 box contains 20 tea bags
£4.30
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Peppermint TeabagsPeppermint Teabags
Caffeine Free
Peppermint Teabags
Soothing, pleasant and refreshing Caffeine free. 1 box contains 20 tea bags
£4.30
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French Rose Rosebud Tea
Best Seller
French Rose Rosebud Tea
This beautiful tea speaks volumes with its appearance alone and tastes incredible Caffeine free Sold in 50g bag
£4.50
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Ronnefeldt Best Balance
Caffeine Free
Ronnefeldt Best Balance
A smooth flavoured rooibos blended with honey bush, aniseed, fennel and camomile and the taste of honey. Caffeine free Sold in 100g bag 
£7.70
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If you love tea then you have come to the right place! Only the finest handpicked tea leaves will find a place in your cup.

We have a delicious range of different teas that come as tea bags or as loose-leaf teas! With so much choice how do you choose which type of tea is best for you? We can help get you started:

White Tea: The taste of white tea is exceptionally mild, with a light, almost honey-like sweetness and a dilute finish. The brewed tea is not white, but a pale yellow colour.

Oolong Tea: Many people have heard of oolong tea, but few can define it. Oolong teas can be either partially oxidised, a lighter processing style that makes it resemble a green tea, or heavily oxidized, giving them the taste, look and feel of a black tea.

Black Tea: Black tea remains the most popular tea variety worldwide with a rich cultural importance in many countries. While all black teas tend to be stronger in taste and higher in caffeine, they come in a kaleidoscope of flavours – and we are proud to stock some of the best from around the world.

Green Tea: The distinctive flavour and versatility of green tea make it a popular choice around the world. There are many different types of green tea, each characterised by their own distinct qualities and flavours but all extraordinarily fresh, fragrant and sweet.

Earl Grey and Flavoured Teas: High quality herbs, spices, fruit and blossoms can be blended with black teas to give it some added tongue-tingling taste. 

Herbal TeaPacked with flavour, using freshly picked whole herbs or flowers they offer a delicious alternative to traditional teas as well as supporting good health and wellbeing! New to herbal tea? Why not try our recommended Camomile Blossom or Peppermint infusions! 

Fruit Tea: Fruit teas are a refreshing naturally caffeine free alternative to traditional teas, ranging from summer-influenced flavours such as Wild Fruits Organic to seasonally-spiced winter teas.

Rooibos Tea: Almost similar in flavour to mild black tea, Rooibos has deliciously earthy yet refreshing underlined notes. Being naturally caffeine-free and full of healthy trace elements, including Vitamin C it is meant to give your body a feeling of wellbeing. Stick with the delicious classic or try one of our best-selling infusions such as Rooibos Cream Orange!

 

CHINA

The relationship between China and tea is long. As one of the world’s largest producers throughout history there are many types of tea that have been produced there. 

  • White Tea: China’s Fujian Province is seen as the birthplace of white tea and is known as the feather in the jeweled tea crown of Fujian. However, white tea has also been produced elsewhere.
  • Oolong Tea: Another tea that originated in the Fujian province of China! First produced there over 400 years ago it is now primarily sourced from Taiwan and southern china.
  • Black Tea: Known now as an incredibly popular drink in the west, this tea was first produced during the Ming dynasty in the Fujian Province. Earl Grey tea is traditionally a Chinese black tea blend!
  • Green Tea: Throughout history green tea has been at the heart of Chinese tea production. A firm favourite of the country, it is produced in a variety of different areas such as the Zhejiang Province.

 

JAPAN

Similarly to China, there is a long and interesting history between the country and tea! Tea has been celebrated in Japan for many centuries and this is a tradition that is very much alive today.

  • Green Tea: Japan is well known for the production of green tea, the most famous and celebrated type being Matcha. The best-known areas for tea production in Japan are Shizuoka and Uji.

 

INDIA

Not only does India produce a large amount of tea as the second largest producer of tea in the world, they are also a nation of tea lovers!

  • Chai Tea: The popular spicy Chai Tea originates from India and is commonly known as the national drink in the country – although popularity worldwide is steadily increasing!
  • Black Tea: We have India to thank for the delicious Assam Darjeeling tea blends!  They are exclusively produced in the aptly named Assam & Darjeeling regions!

 

SRI LANKA

Tea production is now one of the largest industries for the country! It has provided jobs for over a million workers – all tasks with helping to produce delicious tea!

  • Black Tea: Small in size but mighty in tea production, the tropical island of Sri Lanka produces some of the world’s finest black tea. Formerly known as Ceylon, the nation of Sri Lanka produces the popular Ceylon Tea for the world to enjoy!

 

SOUTH AFRICA

The country of south Africa exclusively produces the delicious rooibos tea for the consumption of the world.

  • Rooibos Tea: Rooibos has been loved by the south African people for years. Now it is becoming more recognized around the world and steadily gaining in popularity!

 

OTHER COUNTRIES

There are many other countries that produce some tasty brew for us to enjoy! At cup of tea we are happy to be able to make these available for you:

  • Black Tea: There are some excellent black teas from ColumbiaKenya Nepal all with their own different characteristics and flavours!
  • Herbal Tea: We have an excellent and varied range of herbal teas that contain refreshing tea from the USASouth America Portugal

Increasingly people are switching to loose leaf tea due to the range of benefits that they can provide!

 If you’re wondering why you should make the change and ditch the tea bags then you’ve come to the right place! Here are our reasons for our loose-leaf preference:

  • High Quality: Loose leaf tea is fresh and made with the finest ingredients. This is important for great tasting tea as it improves both taste and aroma!
  • Cost Effective: Loose leaf tea can help you save money! This tea can be re-steeped more than once meaning you can truly get your money’s worth!
  • More Variety: Generally, you are more limited in choice with tea bags. If you are looking for true variety then loose-leaf tea is the way to go, with so many different varieties for each type of tea - you are spoilt for choice! 

 

Tea Timetable

We offer an excellent variety of beautiful brews that taste good all day long! However, there are some teas better for early risers, that deliver a much needed kick for the day, and others that can help you relax and get that much-needed early night!

We’ve put together a timetable for you to follow if you want the perfect balance of flavour and energy throughout the day!

  • Breakfast: The best way to start any day is with a robust and full flavoured tea such as Althaus English Breakfast! Ideal with milk and sugar, this is a firm favourite breakfast tea!
  • Afternoon Tea: A delicious brew is needed here to keep us fresh and ready for the rest of the day. Why not try our Althaus Peppermint tea? It’s refreshing and relaxing to help you wind down and look towards a peaceful evening!
  • Nightcap: After a long and busy day it’s essential to get a good night’s sleep and wake up fresh the next day! We suggest our Althaus Camomile tea, a tasty infusion that makes you relaxed and sleepy!  

How to Brew Loose Leaf tea

You may be worried that the brewing process for loose leaf tea is more complex than that of a tea bag. We have some good news - it’s just a simple!  

Whether you want to use the loose leaves or try a tea bag infusion, the standard process is the same.

The standard process is as follows:

  1. Boil some freshly poured cold water
  2. Place the tea leaves in a tea strainer
  3. Pour the hot water over the leaves
  4. Steep the tea for the appropriate amount of time
  5. Strain the tea
  6. Add a dash of milk to taste, sweeten if required
  7. Sit back and enjoy!

 

Brewing Table

Depending on the type of tea you have chosen, ingredients, time and colours of the tea will vary.

To make the process easier for you each of our tea categories have a brewing table consisting of the following: 

  Amount of tea leaves

  Time taken to brew

  Colour of tea when brewed

 

NOTE: Please make sure to read the individual brewing instructions on each pack of tea.

If you’re using loose leaf tea there is essential Teaware for you to use that will truly enhance your experience!

 However, at Cup of Tea we offer a wide range of tea ware that can be used for all tea types! 

  • Tea Infuser: These pieces of teaware are essential to the successful brewing of fine loose-leaf teas. All leaf teas need space to unfurl and release their flavour during the brewing process and our filters and strainers allow them to do just that.
  • Tea Pots: No tea set is complete without a good tea pot! Thankfully we offer a wide variety, ranging from Glass tea pots to Cast Iron!  
  • Mugs & Cups: Enjoy your tea in style with our range of design-led cups and mugs. Choose from glass, bone china, porcelain, and other fine materials.
  • Tea Timers: It is so easy to spoil a tea by over or under brewing. Why not use one of our timers to brew your tea for the optimum amount of time and ensure that you always drink it when it's at its very best?