Tea & Infusions

Teas and Infusions

Tea has been drunk for centuries and has established itself as one of our nation's favourite beverages. Tea as we know it today, has become so much more than just an afternoon drink enjoyed with a sweet treat, it can be used to refresh, soothe, heal and even calm. So to honour this timeless drink, we felt it only right that we offer a range from celebrated names such as Tetley, Clipper and Twinings to match its appeal and versatility.

  • Bulk tea – Available in cost effective quantities of 1100 individual tea bags.
  • Speciality teas from Twinings and Clipper - Featuring all the classics such as Earl Grey, Assam and Darjeeling; these ranges make welcome additions to any establishment.
  • Envelope tea – The best known names guaranteeing the best flavour with ease.
  • Herbal infusions – Twinings and Clipper specialise in these teas to suit any mood and taste. The range of flavours stretches from the classic to the exotic and is best shown off in one of our eye catching display stands or enticing compartment boxes.
  • Twinings Rituals – High end teas including firm favourites such as peppermint and camomile plus some fruity berry additions.

Twinings Rituals is a specialist range of loose teas and infusions spanning green teas, black teas, white teas and combinations of complementary flavours, specifically infused for an unforgettable cup every time. Each with its own distinctive fresh, clean taste and refreshing properties these quality teas are ideal for the thriving "afternoon tea" market or equally at home as a more subdued, caffeine free, pre bedtime offering. The quality of this product won't go unnoticed by even the most refined tea drinkers.

For more information on our entire range and the latest, most cost effective ways to promote your chosen selection, please download our catalogue or call us to arrange an onsite visit.

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