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Looking for an introduction to the Hope and Glory range? Our Assorted Tea Selection is the perfect way to try all our teas.
Luxury grade Japanese Sencha tea – utilising traditional tea-steaming methods
Blending the ingredients of our award-winning Organic Masala Chai with natural vanilla to create a sweet, spicy fragrant tea experience.
The long white tips of whole-leaf of this Assam white tea have a rich floral aroma and produce a rich, yet clean and fresh liquor.
The long white buds of this extremely rare organic, medium grown Sri Lankan white tea with its light earthy tones and aromas.
A rare, all-organic, smoky Lapsang Souchong single estate tea – with deep aromas, flavours and a sparkling liquor.
A rare organic luxury grade organic Milky Oolong tea with a velvety smooth, rich palate.
A 100% organic infusion that has been carefully blended for its nurturing and soothing tones.
A light and delicate, organic black tea, known as the Champagne of teas
A classic green tea; this organic, floral blend is scented with the clean, delicate scent of Jasmine.
A lively, full bodied blend of Assam and Ceylon organic black teas.
A scented, organic, black tea which may be taken with or without milk.
A gorgeous, organic, mellow green tea producing an attractive bright, clear liquor.
A full-bodied blend of organic Ceylon black tea and spices, Masala Chai derives from the Hindi literally meaning ‘mixed-spice tea’.
Beautifully deep ruby red in colour with a zingy complexity of organic, juicy orange and ripe berry fruit flavours.
Only the finest whole chamomile heads have been selected for this organic infusion, producing a light and delicate brew.
Our Rooibos derives from the finest organic leaves of the Rooibos or Red Bush plant in the Cederberg mountains of South Africa.
Peppermint has traditionally been used to aid digestion, which makes this a perfect after-dinner drink.
A full bodied, organic black tea sourced from the Assam region of North East India.