Tea and Teas were discovered in China nearly five thousand years ago, but it took several thousand years before the plant, botanical name Camellia sinensis, found its way to other parts of the world. Tea was distributed throughout Asia, then Europe and the Americas.
Today, tea is grown on a commercial scale in approximately three dozen countries and, in each country, the product makes a significant contribution to the economy of the agricultural sector. Tea is grown from China to Argentina, Nepal to South Africa. Next to water, tea and teas are the most consumed drink in the world.
There are approximately 1,500 different varieties of tea, all offering interesting and varied styles, taste and colour. The character of tea, like wine, is influenced by the elevation of the garden, the soil, wind conditions and temperature and, of course, the quality of the plucking. With so many teas to choose from there is a lifetime of enjoyable exploration ahead.
Bali Black Raspberry | Canadian Vanilla Maple Decaf | Devonshire English Breakfast
Golden Honey Darjeeling | Mango Darjeeling | Marrakesh Express Vanilla Spice
Morning Thunder | Organic Black | Persian Mint Spice | Tuscany Orange Spice
Victorian Earl Grey | Victorian Earl Grey Decaf
Antioxidant Green Tea | Blueberry Breeze Green Tea | Decaffeinated Green Tea
Decaf Honey Chamomile Green Tea | Decaf Lemon Myrtle Organic Green Tea
Decaf Mandarin Orchard Green Tea | Decaf Mint Green Tea | Honey Lemon Ginseng Green Tea
Lemon Zinger Green Tea | Organic Green Tea | Raspberry Gardens Green Tea
Bengal Spice | Black Cherry Berry | Chamomile | Cinnamon Apple Spice
Country Peach Passion | Cranberry Apple Zinger | Honey Vanilla Chamomile | Lemon Zinger
Mandarin Orange Spice | Mint Magic | Peppermint | Raspberry Zinger | Red Zinger
Roastaroma | Sleepytime | Sweet Apple Chamomile | Sweet Clementine Chamomile
Tangerine Orange Zinger | Tropic Of Strawberry | True Blueberry | Wild Berry Zinger