NEWS

18th Jan '16

It's that time of year again. After eating your body weight in roast potatoes and almost drowning in mulled wine, your digestive system is crying out for a rest. Come January our thoughts turn to diets and detox. Dozens of drinks on the market claim to get toxins out of our bodies, but there is lively dispute about whether they actually do us any good. Instead of reaching for a foul-flavoured brew a simple cuppa can be just as beneficial in helping you have a healthy New Year - whatever your New Year's Diet resolution may be.

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Here's to a healthy New Year

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

3rd Jul '15

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

18th Mar '15

The growth in the speciality tea trade in the UK in recent years has stimulated significant interest in the origins of tea and the tea trade.

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William Ellis School  -  China Study trip 2015

6th Mar '15

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

24th Dec '14

Tea traditions around the world: in pics. All content copied from The Telegraph website.

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Tea traditions around the world - from The Telegraph

21st Oct '14

The Authorized Biography of Kenny Everett
By James Hogg and Robert Sellers
Bantam Press £18.99

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Hello, Darlings! Kenny Everett DJ and Tea Fan

4th Sep '14

Sukanya Saikia is a newly appointed Research Fellow at the Tocklai Tea Research Institute India.

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Dreamlining my way to the UK on my first trip abroad!

14th Aug '14

Friday 22nd - Sunday 24th August, Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire.

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Scotland's Tea Festival, August 2014

4th Jul '14

In Milton Keynes there is an artwork that is also a calendar of days which commemorates and celebrates dates of local and national interest inscribed on marble pillars.

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The Meaning of Leaf

20th Apr '14

'Chai. The Experience of Indian Tea' is a book that has developed through a personal journey of learning into the fascinating world of teas.

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Chai: The Experience of Indian Tea

18th Feb '14

Last week, tea industry leaders gathered at Unilever House in London to launch a new era of collaboration within the tea sector, led by global sustainability non-profit Forum for the Future.

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Tea industry leaders act to make world's favourite beverage a hero crop

18th Dec '13

A new film, which opens a window onto the fascinating world of fine China tea, has just been released on DVD.

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Secrets of the Tea Masters

8th Nov '13

Sumptuous decorations, carol singers, open fires and seasonal treats: Festive Afternoon Teas make for a truly memorable occasion - so don't delay, book yours now! read more

All wrapped up: why afternoon tea has become such a popular festive treat
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