Go from Hot to
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Same quality leaves,
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It's tea...but not as
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Discover the wellbeing benefits
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Welcome to the beautiful world of whole leaf teas,
from leaf to cup in perfect harmony.

Tettiera®, means teapot in the Maltese language. We strive to bring to you the charming world of tea and all it’s wellbeing benefits. We invite you to rediscover the tea ritual as it should be. Discover our rich collection of premium artisan single origin teas, tea blends, tisanes, herbs, spices, botanicals and pralines. Discover our artisan Maltese blends and add a bit of umph to your cup! We source from renowned plantations across the most popular tea growing regions.
Romance your everyday with proper whole leaf tea and teaware.

Mood Tea Finder

Our objective is to turn a simple cup of tea into an experience

Discover our HORECA Catalogue and let us help you build the right hot beverages offerings for your cafeteria, restaurant or Hotel. Let’s develop the right tea ritual for your establishment and clientele.


Copenhagen Sparkling Tea Company

The combination of Nordic innovation and Asian tea traditions results in a sparkling drink based on organic teas rather than grapes, making it possible to experiment and develop the complexity of the taste, while keeping the alcohol to a minimum.Your all year round indulgence!
For Home Gardens & Terraces
For Elite Gifting
For Fine Dining – Restaurants and Hotels


Love is Brewing… Tying the knot?

Discover how elegantly sweet our miniature tea wedding souvenirs can be! Choose from tea sacks, glass tubes, glass jars, aluminium containers and more! We can personalize your souvenir to align with your wedding theme with tags, stickers and satin ribbons.
Serve proper tea at your wedding and pair the tea with your sweets selection.
CONTACT US for the Wedding Favour Catalogue and let’s talk start brewing!


Gifting with Class
Tea is always a good idea!

Elegant Gift Boxes and packs made to impress and cherish. We can create your own custom gift box, incorporating your company’s brand identity in the offering. Whether for employee gifts or stakeholder gifts, big or small, we got you covered every time.
Contact us for an initial chat and let’s design your tailor made gift box.

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Part of the Wellbeing Collection (Il-Kikkri tal-Benessri), this is a tangy ruby, red infusion created to relax, soothe, and heal. A blend which not only aids digestion but comes to the rescue in moments when all you need is to calm down and lessen the pace. Perfect for winding down after a hectic day and to soothe the senses any time needed.

Hand packed in unbleached filter tea bags.

Check out our full Wellbeing Collection – Il-Kikkri tal-Benessri here

If you require specific advice on any Tettiera branded product, please contact Customer Support on [email protected]  This information is supplied for personal use only.


This new thirst-quencher is as revitalizing and gentle as a soft summer breeze, hence its name in Maltese ‘Żiffa Ħelwa’

The spearmint and rooibos contribute to the drink’s freshness whilst the vanilla, pineapple and apple add sweet and tangy notes. Simply place overnight in a 1.2 litre pitcher of cold water. Wake up to find a tea rich in flavour and aroma. Add fresh fruit such as pineapple or strawberries to maximise its flavour. For this flavour, a minimum of 6 hours of slow cold brewing is enough to prepare the perfect iced tisane.


Rooibos-vanilla flavoured, Pineapple pieces, Apple pieces, Spearmint leaves.

No added sugar, no preservatives, just a clean real iced-tea you can mix at home!

Each pack contains 6 large iced tea sacks. Each large tea sack will make 1.2 Litres of fresh iced tisane.


A pack of 25 unfilled filter paper large tea sacks with drawstring. Size 7cm x 9cm.

Ideal for loose leaf tea filling to make iced tea in large 1.2 Litre pitchers.

Make your own home-made iced-tea with your current Tettiera cupboard stock!

From: 18.95

This premium Japan Sencha tea produces an emerald green, aromatic cup with a fine umami finish. It comes from the second flush harvest of the Saemidori plant. Saemidori means “clear green”.

If you require specific advice on any Tettiera branded product, please contact Customer Support on [email protected]  This information is supplied for personal use only.



South African Rooibos requires solid soil preparation, good plant material, rainfall, and ability to make a good quality Rooibos based on harvesting skills and traditions. Rooibos tea is well known for a number of benefits namely to aid nagging headaches, insomnia, asthma, eczema, bone weakness, hypertension, allergies, and premature aging.

From: 14.95

The happiness of a fruit fusion and the goodness of green tea! Enjoy this fruity, refreshing green tea blend with the taste of Far Eastern goji berries and the flavour of the Amazon açai fruit.

If you require specific advice on any Tettiera branded product, please contact Customer Support on rediscove[email protected]  This information is supplied for personal use only.

A tea gift box for your pal with a cool brewing cup

Treat your besty with this great tea gift box!

A proper whole leaf tea ritual treat with this practical jumbo glass cup that comes with it’s own stainless steel infuser and glass lid! Enjoy a proper brew anytime! The pack also contains 2 Tettiera mini tea tubes, one standard blend and one elite blend, and a Tea & Cacao Praline pair – just raw cacao and tea leaves – no sugar, no dairy! Packed in a large mint gift box.

This is our recommendation for that perfect brew – Standard Blends:

Masala Chai or Lemongrass & Ginger

Choose from any of the standard blends. Add preference in cart notes. Options: Morning Tune, Lapsang Souchong, Earl Grey Radiance, Tempting Raspberry, Mango Twist, Gunpowder, Fujian Pekoe, Thai Chai, Cocoa Chai, Green Chai, Rooibos Masala, Berry Compote, Joyful Serenade, Peppermint, Chamomile, Milky Oolong.

Our recommendation for Elite Blends:
Tgħanniqa or Trankwilla or Wens

For Elite Blends, add the preferred blends in the cart notes. Options: Tgħanniqa, Wens, L-Għażiża, Trankwilla, Assam Bukhail, Il-Bewsa tal-Fidloqqom, Ali Shan, Darjeeling Maharani Hills, Darjeeling Sungma, Jasmine Silver Needle, LongJing, Tanzania Usumbara.

Recommended Praline: Chamomile & Maltese Honey Praline Pair

Choose from the following if preferred: Tgħanniqa Praline Pair, Berry Compote Praline Pair, Turmeric Utopia Praline Pair.
See ingredient list here:

BERRY COMPOTE Cacao Butter*, Cacao Liquor*, (of which solids 75.4%) Blue Agave*, Berry Compote Blend (12.7%) (hibiscus, black choke-berries, rose hips peels, grapes, carob bits, cinnamon, sweet blackberry leaves flavour, elderberries, blackberries, blueberries, black currants, cranberry slices, raspberry bits.) Nutritional Information per 100g Energy 2660KJ, 636Kcal, Fat 58g, of which saturates 44g, Carbohydrates 17g, of which sugars 12g, Protein 6.4g, Salt 0.02g.

TURMERIC UTOPIA Cacao Butter*, Cacao Liquor*, (of which solids 75.4%) Blue Agave*, Turmeric Utopia Blend (12.7%) (Apple pieces, Rose hips, Turmeric root (7.5%), Cinnamon bark, ginger root, Orange peel, Marigold flowers, Black Peppercorns, Mango pieces, Mango & Orange flavouring) . Nutritional Information per 100g Energy 2558KJ, 604Kcal, Fat 58g, of which saturates 44g, Carbohydrates 77g, of which sugars 4.9g, Protein 6.1g, Salt 0.02g.

CHAMOMILE & HONEY Cacao Butter*, Cacao Liquor*, (of which solids 75.4%) Blue Agave*, Chamomile Blossoms (12.7%), Maltese Honey (11.3%). Nutritional Information per 100g Energy 2635KJ, 629Kcal, Fat 57g, of which saturates 43g, Carbohydrates 19g, of which sugars 9.6g, Protein 5.3g, Salt 0g.

TGHANNIQA Cacao Butter*, Cacao Liquor*,(of which solids 60.1%) Carob powder*, Tgħanniqa blend (10.1%) ( Maltese carob pods, Ceylon black tea) ,Blue Agave*. Nutritional Information per 100g: Energy 2152KJ, Energy 508Kcal, fat 46g, of which saturated 35g, Carbohydrates 13g, of which sugars 9.5g, protein 6.3g, salt 0.03g.


A perfect ritual starter for any tea lover. Brew loose-leaf tea in a fine porcelain teapot with solid stainless steel infuser, a Tettiera Standard Mini Tube Blend and a Biscuit Rituals Masala Chai or Berry Compote – Vegan and Gluten Free! All packed in our new Tettiera cube mint box with mint ribbon.

From: 15.95


The story goes that in 1830, Charles Earl Grey, an English diplomat travelled  to China, and as a reward for his act of kindness, a local man presented him with the recipe for making this distinctive tea. As inspiring as it may sound, the story is factually incorrect. Chinese have never been black tea drinkers, and so it was very unlikely that they had  a tea recipe for Earl Grey to bestow on visitors. Also, Charles Earl Grey never set foot in China.


Ingredients: 100% Uva Ursi Leaf

Origin: Spain

Uva ursi, also known as bearberry is an evergreen shrub that produces red berries and flourishes in alpine forests in many regions. Bears are said to be fond of the shiny, bright red or pink fruit, which is edible, but sour tasting. In fact, the Latin name uva ursi literally translates to “bear’s grapes.”

The leaves have been used medicinally since the 2nd century before the discovery of antibiotics. Native Americans used it as a remedy for urinary tract infections and kidney stones. Prior to the discovery of sulfa drugs and antibiotics, uva ursi was a common treatment for bladder-related infections.

Researchers have discovered that uva ursi’s ability to fight infection is due to the natural chemicals arbutin and glycosides. Glycosides might help reduce the bacteria in your urine. Your body transforms glycosides into hydroquinone, a compound with antibacterial properties.

Today, uva ursi is sometimes used to treat urinary tract infections (UTIs) and cystitis (bladder inflammation). Further research in this field is required. However, some studies have shown that combining uva ursi with dandelion root and leaf, help prevent recurrent UTIs. Uva ursi has also been used topically (to the surface of the skin) because it chemically produces hydroquinone, which is a substance that is used in skin lightening creams. Hydroquinone is prescribed for the treatment of dark skin patches that develop due to skin damage.

Brewing preparation: 1 teaspoon for 10 minutes in boiling water.

Disclaimer: Uva ursi is considered relatively safe for adults taking low doses by mouth for a short period of time, not longer than five days. However, always consult with your doctor prior to its use. Children, pregnant or lactating women, people with high blood pressure, Crohn’s disease, digestive problems, kidney or liver disease, or ulcers, should not take uva ursi as it may have potential side effects.


Ingredients: 100% Elderflower, rubbed

Origin: Kosovo

Elderflowers, typically found in British countryside, are clusters of cream-coloured blossoms growing on elderberry trees. These flowers have a delicate flavour and a distinctive creamy and floral smell.

The use of elderflowers dates back centuries. In 400 BCE, Hippocrates referred to the elder tree as his “medicine chest.” In Roman times, the roots were ground into an ointment for rubbing on ailments. In traditional Chinese medicine, it’s believed that elder dissolved in wine aided in the treatment of rheumatism.

Elderflowers are a natural source of vitamin C, antioxidants and bioflavonoids and for this reason have traditionally been used in the treatment of sinusitis, allergies, colds, influenza (flu), swine flu and bronchitis. Making a delicious elderflower tea can help alleviate some of the aforementioned conditions by stimulating the immune system and increasing the activity of antioxidant enzymes in the blood. Elderflowers have also been associated with the prevention of diabetes, constipation, found to increase urine production (as a diuretic) and increase sweating (as a diaphoretic), and stop bleeding. Elderflower is also used as a gargle and mouthwash for coughs, colds, hoarseness (laryngitis) and shortness of breath. It is sometimes applied on the skin to minimise the inflammation arising from rheumatism.

In culinary terms, the use of elderflowers is varied. The flowers are most commonly used to flavour syrups for cordials. They are also used as an infusion in the flavouring of jellies, ice creams and pannacottas or mixed directly into cakes, tarts and trifles, pairing particularly well with fruit tarts such as rhubarb and gooseberries. The flowers themselves are edible too – they make a delicate and beautiful garnish on their own, or alternatively, the whole head of elderflowers can be deep-fried in batter and dusted in icing sugar to make a crispy garnish or snack. Elderflowers can also be eaten straight from the bush – the pollen that collects on them is sweet, while the flowers themselves are tart like grape skin. Elderflower, however, is particularly safe when included in food, because it contains a cyanide-producing chemical which can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea, and which is only removed by means of cooking. In manufacturing, elderflower extracts are used in perfumes, eye and skin lotions.

Elderflower works best with a light flavoured tea (green or white), or can be drunk as a herbal infusion enjoyed hot or iced.

Disclaimer:  Taking elderflower along with diabetes medications might cause your blood sugar to drop too low since it is associated with the decrease in blood sugar levels. There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking elderflower if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Please consult your healthcare professional prior to its consumption.

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Ingredients: 100% Ground Cloves.

Origin: Madagascar

The name cloves comes from the Latin word clavus (a nail), because of the appearance of the dried, unopened flower buds. Cloves are native in South-east Asia, but they are now widely grown in the tropical climates of the Caribbean, Indonesia, Malaysia, Madagascar, Tanzania and Sri Lanka. They are picked when the pink buds are small, before the purple or crimson flowers develop. The buds change to a darker brown as they slowly dry up in the sun. Cloves have a sweet, pungent flavour and aroma. They can be quite bitter, but the heat of cooking tempers their flavour.

Cloves are included in many classic spice mixtures and in numerous Indian and Asian curry powders. They are also used in European spice mixtures for mulling wine. Cloves have an affinity with apples and are added whole or ground to apple puddings, pies, tarts and sauces. Ground cloves are used to spice rich cakes, biscuits and gingerbreads .

Cloves provide some impressive health benefits. They are an excellent source of beta-carotene, manganese, Vitamin K, and potassium. Cloves include multiple compounds that are linked to anti-inflammatory properties, such as eugenol which has been shown to reduce the risk of diseases such as arthritis. Eugenol is also a potent antioxidant, helping to reduce the risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, and certain cancers.

Cloves can also help protect the stomach from ulcers which are caused by thinning in the layers of mucus that protect the stomach lining. Studies show that cloves can thicken this mucus, lowering the risk of developing ulcers.  Cloves may also improve general liver function.

Cloves provide a significant amount of the mineral manganese. Manganese helps your body manage the enzymes that help repair your bones and produce hormones. Manganese can also act as an antioxidant that protects your body from free radicals.

Disclaimer: Eugenol can sometimes interact with medication, such as Warfarin. If you’re on blood-thinning medication, avoid consuming clove oil or clove tea. Cloves may also affect blood sugar levels. In people with diabetes, excessive amounts of eugenol can cause hypoglycemia. Please consult your healthcare professional if you are taking any other prescription medications before its use.

If you require specific advice on any Tettiera branded product, please contact Customer Support on [email protected] This information is supplied for personal use only.