The Basics of Loose Leaf Tea

The flavours of Black Tea and Green Tea combined with the health benefits make it an excellent choice for a relaxing, stress-relieving beverage. The simplicity with which this tea is prepared makes it more enticing than other varieties. The fresh aroma of natural loose leaf tea can transform your tea experience into something wonderful. We’ve put up the ideal guide to help you understand the advantages of loose-leaf blends and how to brew the finest cup of tea. You may customize the strength and flavour of your perfect cup simply by selecting from our expertly manufactured loose leaf teas. Simply fill, boil, and wait!

The Tea

English Breakfast Black Tea

A well-balanced combination of Assam and Ceylon teas produces a robust cup with a rich fragrance, deep amber colour, and strong flavour.

Gunpowder Green Tea

Long-leaf green tea pellets that have been tightly rolled deliver a fresh, clean flavour with a delicate and refreshing finish.

Iced Classic Black Tea

A high-grown, single-origin Kenyan black tea with a bright and clean flavour that is balanced with floral and malty notes for genuine refreshment.

The Water

Bring water to a boil and then let it cool slightly. Green teas require temperatures below boiling, while black tea necessitates higher brewing temperatures.

The Infuser Tea Strainer

Ensure that the leaves have enough area to fully uncurl in your infuser so that they may deliver a full cup of tea. Add an extra scoop of loose tea or lower the amount for a milder tea if you prefer a more robust brew.

Brewing Times

Our Tea Masters adhere to precise Leaf brewing times determined and suggested by our team of experts to create a delicate balance of extracting the beautiful tastes while leaving behind the more astringent and robust components.

  • English Breakfast Black Tea Brewing Time: 3 minutes
  • Gunpowder Green Tea Brewing Time: 3 minutes
  • Iced Classic Black Tea Brewing Time: 4 minutes

Prepare the Tea

  • Fill the infuser or tea ball with loose tea. Fill the infuser with loose tea to the level specified on the packaging.
  • Place the infuser in the cup. Place the infuser in a mug or glass for piping hot tea, or in an ice bucket for cold tea.
  • Bring water to a boil. Allow the water to cool slightly before boiling.
  • Pour the water. Pour six ounces into the cup and wait for the suggested brewing time on the bottle.
  • Remove the infuser. Remove the infuser and discard the leaves.
  • Fill the glass halfway with ice and add six ounces of water.

Whether you like hot or cold loose leaf tea, we have a selection for you. Experience the entire range of your tea experience from beginning to end by relaxing and appreciating each sip.

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