Ever since the Chinese first added blossoms and fruit juices to tea centuries ago, people have enjoyed experimenting to find complementary flavours. The marriage of tea to natural fruit oils, flowers and spices, opens up an infinite variety of surprising tastes to the drinker. They are complemented by the addition of crystal sugar. We have many on our list but if there is a special flavour you would like us to make, for a minimum of 1kg and with a little time, it is possible. We can also mix any of our existing flavours in combinations of your choice. Please contact us by e:mail to do this.

  1. As low as £8.00
    A festive blend of teas flavoured with orange oil, clove, cinnamon, ginger pieces and rose petals. Christmas in a cup.
  2. As low as £8.00
    Evocative of all the good things in life (French macarons, nougat, Bakewell tart..) the addition of almond oil to malty black tea creates a flavour combination similar to chocolate macaroons.
  3. As low as £8.00
    The sweet, fresh flavour of apple is perfectly balanced to the mellow, light bodied black tea, which has gentle hints of malt, caramel, flowers and fruit.
  4. As low as £8.00
    The delightful combination of apricot and ceylon tea is a real winner in the cup. It yields a sweet, fruity, slightly tart flavour that works really well as an afternoon tea.
  5. As low as £8.00
    This colourful blend offers a rainbow of flavours too. Sweet orange, fresh grapefruit and aromatic cherry notes are complemented by a hint of rose to create a sophisticated flavour.
  6. As low as £8.00
    The blackcurrant flavour captures both the fragrance of the fruit and herbal notes of the leaves themselves. It is reminiscent of a fresh first flush Darjeeling. It combines very well with tea, therefore. It is one of those fragrances that reminds us of long, hot summer days ambling down country lanes.
  7. As low as £8.00
    The refreshing grapefruit citrus notes on a light rose tea base make this a delightful alternative for Earl Grey tea lovers. Grapefruit oil is one of the most expensive in the world currently. Its character is intriguing as it appeals to both the sweet and sour taste receptors at once, giving the brain a challenge of what to make of it! The underlying rich, sweet flavour of the rose petal scented black teas make the flavour as complex as a top perfume, with notes from low to high.
  8. As low as £8.00
    This traditional blend of mellow black tea and rose petals, made in China, has been popular for centuries. Layers of freshly plucked petals are sandwiched between layers of tea to impart their exotic perfume.
  9. As low as £8.00
    Cinnamon and tea create a complex infusion with the sweet, spicy character combining with the malty notes of the tea perfectly. A particular favourite during the winter months and perfect with a ginger biscuit!
  10. As low as £8.00
    Coconut, with its distinctive creamy qualities, is the perfect foil for our malty, fruity tea. The taste of paradise in a cup!
  11. As low as £8.00
    It is thought that extracts of tea are one of the key ingredients in the soft drink cola, so this marriage of flavours is perhaps not as surprising as it sounds. The cola flavour is derived from a complex list of ingredients including neroli, lime, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, coriander, orange and lavender to name a few. These are all delightful additions to tea individually and in combination make up a complex, fragrant and flavoursome infusion when married to a fruity, malty tea.
  12. As low as £8.00
    A rich, luxurious flavour that carries notes of caramel, vanilla and has a silky, creamy quality when brewed. Cr�me Br�l�e in a cup!
  13. As low as £9.00
    The base of the blend is a special tea grown in just a few gardens in India, with a special, natural jammy character. The addition of subtle flavouring creates a complex concoction that you'll never quite be able to describe. We won't let you know, just to keep you curious! So, go on, drink me!
  14. As low as £8.00
    A love potion of maracuja, mango, passion fruit, peach, strawberry, rose petals and orange blossoms. Our fruity, malty charactered tea has just the right touch of bite to create the true bittersweet taste of love! Mostly sweet!
  15. As low as £8.50
    This is a beautifully fragrant tea, both for the addition of elderflower and the natural, honey-muscatel, rose like tones of the Darjeeling tea used. The elderflower character shares many fragrant compounds with other essences such as neroli, rose and linalool and its perfume evokes the start of a perfect English summer.
  16. As low as £8.00
    A secret cocktail of herbs, berries and a hint of fruit conjure up an exotic flavour. This evokes memories, for those of you old enough to remember them, of the old-fashioned sweet, Spangles! Strange and yet strangely delightful!