Tuesday, December 22, 2009

New Blends

It's rare and exciting to discover two great blends in one week. Our Darjeeling/Yunnan blend with a touch of Lapsang is a rare tea, full of taste and complexity. The other wonderful blend is an Afternoon Tea, a combination of Ceylon OP1 and Orange Blossom Oolong. This will definitely be a week to remember, and ideal for Christmas 2010. Give them a try, you won't be disappointed. Find under Blends.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Bee House Teapots - new colours arrive

Wonderful new colours for our range of Bee House teapots. The Tomato and Sencha Green have already made an impact. Apparently, I'm very odd and old-fashioned liking the white. Whatever colour it's second to none for a good brew.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

New Sister Site at www.teasofceylon.co.uk

We've just set up a new website specialising in the wonderful and underrated teas of Ceylon. The very best quality with the very best prices. I look forwrd to your visit.

Bee House Teapots-8 colours in stock

We're now stocking the fabulous Bee House teapots All Bee House Pots are made in Japan, and have two things in common – they’re beautifully made and very practical. In the past, the convenience and ‘mess free’ aspect of tea bags have led to their popularity. With a Bee House Teapot, you have the same convenience, with no need to compromise on the quality of the tea that you drink.

Simply spoon the leaves into your infuser, add water to the brim of your pot , and allow to steep. When you have an infusion of the desired strength, simply pour your tea and enjoy. When it’s time to clean up, just remove the infuser from the pot (nested in the rim), empty into a bin, and rinse out. No tea leaves in your drink, no mess in your sink, just wonderful fresh tea. Bee House teapots are designed to be filled to the brim, and emptied when the 1st serving round is completed, so we suggest that you consider a smaller pot than you might normally use, to ensure that your leaves are not left in water to stew in your infuser.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

New list - fabulous ceramic teapots

Nearly finished new list, no reductions I'm afraid but great quality teas and superb ceramic teapots. See you soon. Tony