9th Feb '17

Green tea lovers already know that its miraculous properties have excellent health benefits but a new study claims it can also help fight several major diseases.

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Green tea could help to combat bone-marrow disorders

26th Jan '17

If you’re looking to discover more tea experiences and flavours than your daily 7am English Breakfast or 4pm Earl Grey, new book The World Tea Encyclopaedia will do exactly as it says on the hardback and open your eyes to a myriad of undiscovered teas.

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The World Tea Encyclopaedia lifts the teapot lid and allows readers to peer inside

11th Jan '17

Reports out today suggest that the over 50s shouldn’t drink caffeine after lunch if they want a good night’s sleep.

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5 health-boosting teas for everyday

16th Dec '16

Did you know that December 15th marks International Tea Day?

Sure, every day celebrates something... but for obvious reasons International Tea Day is close to our hearts.

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Our favourite mentions of tea in literature

2nd Dec '16

Seasoned food writer and executive editor at foodie bible Bon Appétit Christine Muhlke wrote in American GQ this month about ‘the coffee-ization of tea’  and why your next cup of coffee should actually be a tea.

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The ‘coffee-ization of tea’ is here

17th Nov '16

Think every nation takes its tea like you do? Think again. This neat infographic illustrates how 22 countries around the world drink tea, from Pantyhose tea in Hong Kong to pudding tea in Malaysia.

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9th Nov '16

As Britain approaches its coldest winter in years, NHS bosses say that drinking more tea could relieve struggling A&E departments and demand for GP appointments.

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Britons urged to drink more tea this winter to avoid an NHS crisis

20th Oct '16

Get your facts straight about tea!

We have devised a list of 8 of the most common false myths about tea that need to be corrected...

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8 false tea myths that need to be corrected

6th Oct '16

In 1658 the first advert for tea in England appeared on September 23 and this anniversary is being celebrated by Google with one of its hallowed Google Doodle illustrations.

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Google celebrates Tea Drinking in the UK’s 385th anniversary with a Google Doodle

22nd Sep '16

Glasgow’s famous Charles Rennie Mackintosh legacy site will be revamped to mark the 150th anniversary of his birth in 2018.

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Willow Tea Rooms set for £9m restoration

12th Sep '16

The British TV series Downton Abbey has been credited with doubling sales of British tea in China and sparking a trend for quintessentially British tea salons.

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Downton effect doubles British tea sales in China

3rd Jul '16

If you thought that drinking gallons of water was the only way to keep properly hydrated, we have great news!

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Good news for tea fans

4th May '16

Ken Thompson is a plant biologist with a keen interest in the science of gardening. He writes a frequent gardening column in the Daily Telegraph, lectures extensively and has written four gardening books, including Compost and No Nettles Required. His most recent book is Where do Camels Belong? The Story and Science of Invasive Species.

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The Power of the Humble Tea Bag...

2nd Oct '15

Genuine Ceylon Tea, from the island nation of Sri Lanka just south of India, is considered one of the worlds’ finest teas, renowned for its high quality and unique, sophisticated taste.

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Ceylon tea a fascinating history!

2nd Sep '15

When Georgina Frankpitt was thinking about what to do for GCSE art, her love of tea came to the rescue.

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Tea the inspiration for GCSE art
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