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Why drink loose teas?

Why drink loose teas?

Did you know?

Loose tea is picked by hand, thus it’s quality is controlled. No machines are involved in production of loose teas, so it is believed to retain more antioxidants and has higher anti inflammatory properties. It also has more aroma and is very flavourful. The quality of loose tea is dependent on growing conditions, tea plantations and processing conditions.

Teabags sold at grocery stores are filled with dust and fannings left over from loose tea.

Earl Grey Tea

Earl Grey Tea

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Earl Grey tea is tasty and has an orange bergamot flavour.

it is a tea regarded as a tea for the posh and high-class members of society and is even a favourite drink of Her Majesty. 

Health Benefits 

Gut health 

Support heart health as it is high in antioxidants 

can help oral hygiene 

Helpful in treating symptoms of anxiety and depression 

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Black Tea

Earl Grey Black Tea

Yorkshire Earl Grey

Cream Earl Grey  

Lavendar Earl Grey 

Caffeine Free

Earl Grey Rooibos 

Cream Earl Grey Rooibos 



Did you know?

Matcha is a powerhouse of anti

  • Boosts metabolism and burns calories
  • Detoxifies effectively and naturally
  • Calms the mind and relaxes the body
  • Is rich in fiber, chlorophyll and vitamins
  • Enhances mood and aids in concentration
  • Provides vitamin C, selenium, chromium, zinc and magnesium
  • Prevents disease
  • Lowers cholesterol and blood sugar

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IZU Green Matcha
Peppermint Matcha
Bengal Club Chai Matcha

Teas rich in Flavonoids

Teas rich in Flavonoids

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Scientific evidence suggests a type of antioxidants present  in berries,  tea, and apples may be necessary to prevent cognitive decline, dementia and Alzheimer’s. 

Antioxidants maintain an active and healthy brain for longer.  Flavonoids are powerful antioxidants.

flavonoids rich foods 



Citrus fruits

Dark Chocolate 

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Fruity teas like

Berry Berry, Bingo Blueberry, Bella Cola, Lime Gelato and more

Chocolate teas

Swiss Hot Chocolate, Chocolate mint Rooibos Belgian Chocolate Rooibos and many more.


Teas around the world

Teas around the world

Tea is a drink enjoyed around the world


Yerba Mate green tea packed with vitamins. It has a smokey bitter flavour and has more caffeine than coffee.

Great Britain 

 Ceylon black tea and Earl Grey. Tea only came to the scene in 17th century. Today the British are the largest consumers of tea tea in the world. Tea is served several times a day. Sugar and milk are added to the tea.


Masala Chai is widely drunk. Masala Chai is a blend of black tea and spices. There are many variations of spices.  

 Black tea and spices are...