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Caravan teas are teas that were transported overland from China to Russia from the 17th century onwards. Stored next to the campfires at night, these teas acquired a slight smoky note. This signature blend embodies the spirit of that...
A blend of the finest varieties, which the East Frisians would originally reserve for Sundays. You would either consume it pure, or let the dry tea leaves be infused with a vanilla bean in a can. This tea would usually be served in nice...
Russia imported their premium teas per caravan from China. In the night the tea would be set down next to the campfire, giving it its smoky character. At first this was seen as a flaw. But later, it found its coinoisseurs, which is why...
The 'Five o'clock Tea' takes us back to Duchess Anne of Bedford in England and to the 18th century. Since Lady Bedford felt hungry between the light lunch and the late dinner, she implemented a Tea Time at 05:00 pm, which she served her...
The word 'Brunch' originates from the 18th century and consists of the words Breakfast and Lunch. Because of the balanced blend of the finest Darjeeling, Ceylon and Assam teas, this Brunch Tea fits perfectly to the sweet and savoury...
As the name suggest, only premium tippy Assam teas are used for the 'Golden Leaf Blend'. The golden tips are the very top of young leaves. Because of the lower chlorophyll amount, they will not take on as dark of a colour, but instead...
In the middle of the 17th century the first tea arrived in Germany. Through the Netherlands by sea the tea was brought to East Frisia, where at first only the upper class could afford this commodity. Thereof Germanys only tea culture...