Loose Leaf Tea
Black Leaf Tea Selection
Brewery English Breakfast Blend – A special blend of Ceylon and Assam tea. The perfect start to any day, brew up to four minutes, usually taken with milk.
Decaffeinated Breakfast Tea – A delicious alternative to traditional English Breakfast Tea, with the benefit of being free from caffeine.
Earl Grey Leaf – The Queen Mum’s favorite tea! Large leaf, scented with the citrus oil of Bergamot. Wonderfully fragrant and great with cakes and sweet things. Usually served without milk and with a short infusion time.
Lady Grey – A Delicate, fragrant variation of the famous Earl Grey Tea, scented with bergamot, lemon and orange peel.
Darjeeling Leaf – Known as the ‘champagne of teas’, with a delicate and refined flavor – usually served with little milk.
Assam Bop – A bracing and strongly colored cup. The boldest of teas, especially popular with British tea-drinkers. Infuse for around four minutes, usually served with milk.
Lapsang Souchong – You will either love or loathe this one, known for its smoky flavor. Never taken with milk, sometimes a slice of lemon and a short infusion time
Russian Caravan – Named after the way in which tea used to be transported by camel caravans. A robust, smoky taste, best served without milk.
Ceylon Orange Pekoe – Processed using only the best leaves. Full of aroma and a fresh, lemony taste. Try with milk.
Ginger and Peach Tisane – Premium quality leaf tea, with dried ginger root and spicy peach. A taste of the Orient!
Chai Spice – A delicious exotic and gutsy Assam with whole spices for a true taste of India – It’s Bolly good!
Licorice – A pure and natural sweet infusion – great as a pick-me-up and aids digestion. Infuse for at least three minutes.
Lemon and Ginger Tisane – A very refreshing infusion with natural ginger to aid digestion and revitalise. Served without milk.
Rose Congou – Known as The Emperor of Teas, whole leaves of Chinese black Congou tea are dried with pure rose petals. Deliciously fragrant and refreshing.
Strawberry Tea – a delightful flower and fruit tea made with ruby red strawberries.
Blue Lady – a black tea blended with petals of mallow and marigold flowers, and flavoured with grapefruit, a delightful alternative for Earl Grey lovers.
Green Tea Selection
Jasmine Flower – An aromatic blend, scented with jasmine flowers. Delicious in the afternoon. Drink ‘pure’ without milk.
Gunpowder – A fine Chinese green tea ‘unoxidised’ meaning no chemical change occurs during manufacture. Taken without milk.
Chun Mee – A Chinese green tea, packed full of antioxidants and health benefits. Drink pure and infuse for at least three minutes, a small amount of sugar can enhance its flavor.
Passion Fruit, Guava and Mango – A light green tea with the sweetness of tropical fruit. Served without milk and best when given time to infuse.
Herbal Tea Selection
Chamomile Flowers – Noted for its calming effects and medical benefits. Served without milk, steep for three to four minutes.
Peppermint Cut – A cleansing, digestive tisane, refreshing to the palette and great after a heavy night out of if you just want to feel cleansed! Infuse for at least three minutes and drink ‘au naturel’.
Rooibos (Redbush) – Probably the most famous of the herbal teas. Naturally invigorating and caffeine-free. Taken with or without milk, sometimes with a slice of lemon or a little honey.
Fruit Tea Selection
Strawberry and Kiwi Fruit Tisane – Mouthwatering sweet strawberries and fruity kiwis blended with red hibiscus. All fruit, naturally free from caffeine and tannins. Drink hot without milk.
Passion Fruit and Orange Fruit Tisane – Tropical passion fruit and orange peels, artfully blended to produce a ruby red drink loaded with flavor but no caffeine.
Red Berry Tisane – Have a cup of healthiness! A sweet, fruity aroma of red berries, equally lovely in winter or summer.
Pina Colada – All the fun and flavor of a Pina Colada but without the alcohol. Packed full of fruit pieces with overtones of coconut – cheers!
Tropicana – a flavorful blend of Ceylon tea, tropical flavoring and flower pieces.