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The classic bergamot note can fully develop on the sparkling Ceylon highland tea – Decaffeinated

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.

Indian chai meets South African rooibos. An explosion of masala spices with a decisive sweet-tangy flavour. With the added vanilla, this is truly a hearty cuppa.
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Historically, tea in India was viewed as a herbal medicine, rather than as a beverage for taste. Some chai spice blends still in current use are derived from Ayurvedic medical texts. Popular spices include anise, cinnamon, clove, cardamom, peppercorn and ginger. Traditional preparation actually calls for the spices, milk and leaves to be simmered over sustained heat, rather than steeped in preheated. In India, chai is served in little clay cups from chai carts. After enjoying your tea, the cups are shattered on the ground and allowed to compost – an earth-friendly alternative to paper or plastic cups.

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.

Indian chai meets South African rooibos. An explosion of masala spices with a decisive sweet-tangy flavour. With the added vanilla, this is truly a hearty cuppa.
From: 9.50

Historically, tea in India was viewed as a herbal medicine, rather than as a beverage for taste. Some chai spice blends still in current use are derived from Ayurvedic medical texts. Popular spices include anise, cinnamon, clove, cardamom, peppercorn and ginger. Traditional preparation actually calls for the spices, milk and leaves to be simmered over sustained heat, rather than steeped in preheated. In India, chai is served in little clay cups from chai carts. After enjoying your tea, the cups are shattered on the ground and allowed to compost – an earth-friendly alternative to paper or plastic cups.

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.

A decaf black cup with a tangy flavour.
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Our Ceylon black decaf tea has a clean tangy aroma, medium body with sweet mandarin notes and refreshing astringency. A gentle natural decaffeination process retains the delicate shape and flavour of the tea leaves.

Teas harvested during and right after the rainy season tend to be softer and more floral in character.

The tiny island of Sri Lanka is the world’s third largest producer of tea, due in part to the fact that tea can be harvested year-round here. The island is blessed with perfect trade winds and striking geography, creating unique micro-climates favourable to tea production. Tea flavour is very much tied to the altitude where it grows here: low, medium or high, each with its own sought-after character. Low-grown teas are hearty, tangy and very rich in taste. High-grown teas are much lighter bodied, but are more aromatic and sweet. Mid-grown are a combination of the two, depending on exact conditions. Medium to full body with noticeable unique aromatics.

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.

A decaf black cup with a tangy flavour.
From: 14.95

Our Ceylon black decaf tea has a clean tangy aroma, medium body with sweet mandarin notes and refreshing astringency. A gentle natural decaffeination process retains the delicate shape and flavour of the tea leaves.

Teas harvested during and right after the rainy season tend to be softer and more floral in character.

The tiny island of Sri Lanka is the world’s third largest producer of tea, due in part to the fact that tea can be harvested year-round here. The island is blessed with perfect trade winds and striking geography, creating unique micro-climates favourable to tea production. Tea flavour is very much tied to the altitude where it grows here: low, medium or high, each with its own sought-after character. Low-grown teas are hearty, tangy and very rich in taste. High-grown teas are much lighter bodied, but are more aromatic and sweet. Mid-grown are a combination of the two, depending on exact conditions. Medium to full body with noticeable unique aromatics.

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.