FLAVOURED TEA

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 £7.00
    With flavours of strawberry, raspberry and blackcurrant amonst others, this delightful tea is a fruity wonder! It packs a satisfying and rich punch in the cup and will satisfy any fruit tea lover.
  2. As low as £7.00
    Ginger is one of the flavours that marries perfectly with the qualities of tea. It is at once, sweet, spicy, earthy, refreshing and soothing.
  3. As low as £7.00
    Gl�gg is a traditional Nordic drink with a flavour very similar to mulled wine. Our tea based version is popular year round! It has an intense flavour, conjuring red wine and hot, warming spices. The herbs and spices produce a sweet and intoxicating fragrance.
  4. As low as £8.00
    The dried berries themselves have a hard to pin down flavour, notes of blueberry, cranberry, cherry and chocolate plus some almost herbal nuances spring to mind. This flavoured black tea is made on the shop premises by hand.
  5. As low as £10.00
    Happy Birthday to you! We have selected some very special black teas to form the basis of this celebratory blend. The natural hints of chocolate, caramel, fruit and rose. Strong, smooth tea with orange, rose and chocolate flavours make it a great brew to eat with cake. Birthday or otherwise!
  6. As low as £7.00
    Whether you like pears crisp, fresh, straight off the tree or ripened in the sun to develop the full, sweet, juicy, grainy character, they have an unmistakeable flavour. Pear also happens to be a perfect complement to tea, particularly when married to the fruity, malty character of the black tea used in this blend.
  7. As low as £7.00
    A heady, larger than life flavour made of a finely balanced concoction of coconut, vanilla, peach and wild cherry.
  8. As low as £7.00
    Prized since Roman times for its calming properties, lavender makes a wonderful soothing partner to the tea in this blend.
  9. As low as £19.00
    Keemun Spring Gold black tea, with its malty, cocoa notes is taken to another level with the inclusion of mango oil which brings out the best in this delicious Chinese tea.
  10. As low as £7.00
    Lemon and tea are perfect partners. This combination would go very well alongside an afternoon tea or a slice of cake. It is rich and cleansing at the same time.
  11. As low as £7.00
    Another natural choice for flavouring black tea. The sweet aroma and flavour bring an extra freshness to the cup.
  12. As low as £9.00
    It's always tea time in Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and it's the same at Imperial Teas of Lincoln! We've created this tasty blend, inspired by jelly & ice cream & everything afternoon tea! So, go on, drink me!
  13. As low as £7.00
    Mandarin is a sweet, highly perfumed, citrus fruit that works extremely well with the delicate flavours of tea. Although a relative of the orange it is much more fragrant, with floral notes predominant over citrus ones.
  14. As low as £7.00
    An exotic and lively blend of mango and Ceylon tea make this a popular summer tea. The mango adds a sweet, juicy note to the malty character of the tea.
  15. As low as £7.00
    Mint oils are added to this light, black tea to create a very soothing cup. At once sweet refreshing and cooling.
  16. As low as £15.00
    I made this blend for a friend who is always seeking a new scented tea experience. I have chosen a black Chinese tea, called Fuchow Monkey King, which has natural flavours of chocolate, rose and malt and scented it with a sweet, refreshing peach oil. The mix together is sumptuous, which when sweetened can make a low-calorie alternative to a pudding!