Tea has been said to possess the power to cure everything from rheumatism to the common cold. While some of these claims may be true, tea is most valued for its power to induce a state of well being.
A blend of malty Assams, full-flavoured Ceylon and African teas, English Breakfast was designed to stand up to a hearty breakfast.
An aristocratic classic, Earl Grey is a light tea, pale gold in color and flavoured with the delicate oil of the citrus bergamot fruit.
Known as the “tea of mountain mists” Darjeeling grows high on the foothills of the Himalayas. The clean, cool air gives the fine leaves their delicate flavour.
Green Tea is made from unoxidised leaves and as such retains the sweetness and many of the vitamins and other beneficial properties of the fresh green leaf.
Native to Europe, Chamomile Tea is best known as a cure for insomnia and tension as it has a relaxing and calming effect.
Hot ginger tea is deliciously warming and soothing. It is useful for improving digestion and circulation and to ward off colds and flu.