Wednesday, 13 March 2019 | The Tea Makers of London
Picture this: Mother's Day has arrived and you haven't booked a fancy afternoon tea. Panicked? No need to be! We have compiled a list of our favourite classy teas and teaware for you both to enjoy your own afternoon tea. Simply set up the table and bring in the cakes!
Thursday, 28 February 2019 | The Tea Makers of London
The Easy Teapot is the teapot without the stained spout or the broken lid, that you may find with other glass teapots during clumsy afternoon teas.
Its versatility and modern design allows you to enjoy the comforts of loose leaf tea, hassle-free!
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 | The Tea Makers of London
Summer breezes warm long evenings. If you love your tea, don't let spring pass you by without having taken a well-earned moment to exult in these magnificent offerings:
Thursday, 7 February 2019 | The Tea Makers of London
Delicious silver needle green tea, lovingly wrapped and bound about a dried Jasmine flower. Steeped, the binding unravels, the Jasmine unfurls, petals emerge, and the flower gently blooms to reveal all its colour, form and fragrance.
4 CommentsFriday, 25 January 2019 | The Tea Makers of London
In this Tea Journal post, we explore the origins of jasmine infused teas from the Fujian province of China.
Tuesday, 15 January 2019 | The Tea Makers of London
In this post, we explore the history, flavours, production and brewing methods of oolong tea.
2 CommentsThursday, 10 January 2019 | The Tea Makers of London
The Tea Makers of London are happy to announce the launch of our new turmeric tea. Read all about turmeric in this Tea Journal post.
1 CommentWednesday, 19 December 2018 | The Tea Makers of London
Find out how our premium organic teas are grown and procured and learn about the organic industry.
1 CommentTuesday, 30 October 2018 | The Tea Makers of London
Find out all about our biodegradable tea bags, including how they are made and how best to dispose of them.
Tuesday, 11 September 2018 | The Tea Makers of London
Loose leaf tea or whole leaf tea as it is sometime referred to means teas that are primarily made up of whole, unbroken leaves. During the grading process of majority of the tea types, large whole leaf teas are categorised as top grade teas. The smaller crushed particles are referred to as fannings.