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Organic Loose Leaf Tea is healthy, just as nature intended

There are many health benefits to loose leaf tea and as the famous saying goes ‘you are what you drink’ or is it ‘eat’?! Anyway, whatever goes in your body should be good and healthy, right?

Healthy     White tea is known as the ‘elixir of good health’ or ‘nature’s true gift’. It goes through less processes than black tea and green tea. It contains less caffeine than black tea.
Healthy     There are tons of anti-oxidants in tea; the molecules that slow down ageing, keep you looking fresh and feeling great.
Healthy     Tea is a great alternative to a calorie-free drink. All the gorgeous flavours are simply in the loose leaf tea and you         don’t need to add much to give it extra calories.
Healthy     Tea helps lift the mood, or can solve a tricky problem! Remember the last time you needed cheering up or faced a brick wall when solving a problem? How to solve it?  Firstly, we put the kettle on…! J
Healthy     A healthy option for children. Tisanes are caffeine free and comprise of 95% water. Natural sweeteners like ‘stevia’/or honey can be used for sweetness. This is a healthy and delicious alternative to fizzy drinks.
Healthy     All Teabury loose leaf teas and tisanes or herbal teas are made from Certified Organic ingredients without any artificial flavourings. All ingredients are naturally sourced, just as nature intended. If oil is present then this is because we found no organic natural alternative to bring you the full taste of the tea you desire and we will make this very clear on the tea.

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At Teabury There is Only Good Quality Organic Loose Leaf Tea

With top quality loose leaf tea you get free cups of good tasting tea that gets better with each steep or infusion. We at Teabury believe in good quality.

When drinking loose leaf tea don’t lose out to quality.
Quality      We only believe in good quality Certified Organic loose tea and good quality Certified Organic ingredients.
Quality      We source only the best Certified Organic loose tea.
Quality      We source only the best Certified Organic ingredients to flavour our loose tea and tisane or herbal tea.
Quality      We blend on-site in small batches with a lot of care and love. Small batches means you get the full flavour in every cup. We do not mass produce.
Quality      We add quality to every customer experience because, like you, we care about what you drink.

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Multiple Steeps With Good Quality Organic Loose Tea

Teabury 1-2-3 STEEPS

Loose leaf tea is one of the most simplest of drinks you can have. Which other drink allows you to create multiple drinks from one serving?

Well did you know, a top quality loose leaf tea can be steeped or infused not once, not twice but up to three times? Some top quality loose leaf tea can be steeped even more than three times. With each steep you get a different and often deeper flavour.  It’s in fact the third steep that will truly give you the best cup of tea.

There’s a Chinese saying;

the first cup is most fragrant
the second sweetest
and the third strongest.

So simply put, you pay for the first cup and get the second and third cups absolutely free. It can’t get any better than this, so give it a go. Try our Tea Selection boxes which contain the unique 1-2-3 STEEPS selection.

Each Tea Selection box has three different organic loose leaf tea for you to try. There are two unique 1-2-3 STEEPS sachets for each tea type. You also get six large size biodegradable, chlorine free paper self fill tea bags. This is a great little selection box to either use at home, use when you are away or to simply buy as a little gift for that someone special.

Anyone for a free cup of tea?
How to serve multiple steeps of loose leaf tea:
Steep it once   – Boil kettle, add 1tspn, steep 2-3mins, enjoy.
Steep it twice  – Boil kettle, add to same leaves, steep, enjoy.
Steep it thrice – Boil kettle, add to same leaves, steep.
Aaaarh!  Simply the best cup of the day!

Add milk and sugar to taste. Just let the loose leaf tea dry before each steep.

How can a simple drink like tea be so complicating?

Are you totally overwhelmed with the variety of tea available? Are you confused in what tea to try, how to make it and when to drink it?

Our motto ‘Keep it Simple’ and we’ll do just that to help you understand the different tea varieties.
Simple       All tea come from the same plant. Camellia Sinensis, to give it its latin name. It is how it’s grown, harvested and crafted that produces the different tea types.
Simple       There are seven types of tea – white tea, green tea, oolong tea, black tea, pu’er tea, infused or flavoured, tisane or herbal tea.
Simple       Any blend containing just fruit or flower is called a Tisane, which is not a tea, because no leaves from the tea plant, Camellia Sinensis is used. We sometimes call tisane a herbal tea. The tisane or herbal tea does not contain caffeine.
Simple       Tea blended with another tea or flavours of fruit or dried herbs is called an infused tea or an infusion..
Simple       Rooibos tea or redbush tea or red tea comes from the shrub Aspalathus Linearis, which is found in South Africa. Redbush tea does not contain caffeine.

Simple       Blooming or flowering teas are Chinese Artistic Teas traditionally hand made by wrapping tea leaves round a flower. Mostly, flowering teas are made from green loose leaf tea. However some are also made from loose black tea, loose oolong tea, loose green tea and loose white tea leaves. The most commonly used flowers are globe amaranth, chrysanthemum, jasmine, lily, marigold and carnation.

At Teabury just follow our simple colour code as shown on each package label. BLACK label for organic loose black teaGREEN label for organic loose green teaWHITE label for organic loose white tea, RED label for organic loose redbush tea and ORANGE label for organic loose tisane also known as loose herbal tea.

It doesn’t get much simpler than that!


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When coffee is really tea?

Please don’t get us wrong we also love a cup of real fresh coffee (well, at least once a day anyway!) but there has been more times in the day we actually choose to drink loose tea. In the UK over 165 million cups of tea are being drunk every day. That compares with 70 million cups of coffee. Tea is the second most widely consumed beverage in the world after water.

How so…?
We’ve all used the phrase ‘let’s meet for coffee’ but when we get there we order tea! That’s when coffee is really tea.
When a loved one needs cheering up and we put the kettle on…and brew a pot of tea. That’s when coffee is really tea.
When you sit in a coffee house and look around you’ll notice that over half of the other customers, like yourself, are actually drinking tea! That’s when coffee is really tea.
When you simply start your coffee maker to make a cup of coffee to only realise after that it was tea you really wanted. That’s when coffee is really tea.

So go on put the kettle on … Home is where the Tea is!