We bring you tea from Nepal
Following Henrietta's recent travels to India and Nepal, we now have available two wondrously delicious black teas from the Jun Chiyabari Estate in the Nepali Himalayas.
Fruitea has arrived.
White Christmas Blend is back...
There is, of course, no better way start the day than with tea. Preferably a cup of tea brought to your bedside by a loving other.
Autumn is now upon us, Rare Tea Lady is off on some more adventures across the pond, and those of us still in London are embracing the colder, darker days with cups of delicious tea, of course.
Free Tea for Diwali
To celebrate Diwali Festival of Light we're offering our internet customers a free tin of light and delicous Indian tea.
Delicate and exquisite Andalusian almond flowers
We have something new and rather lovely...
A rare almond blossom harvested by hand from a small, private estate in the hills of Southern Spain.
New Tea and New Adventures
I'm about to leave for Nepal and India to search for some new tea gardens and visit old friends. It's monsoon season with plenty of thunderstorms so it should be a particulary exciting Himalayan trip. I was stuck by lightening in the Andes and lived - so fingers crossed my luck hold's out.
Before I go I wanted to let you know about two new black teas. We need to make room at HQ for the new discoveries I'll be bringing back from this trip - so please do your bit, try these two and free up some room. Please Drink your tea Responsibly.
Rare Tea is 10 years old....
I know it's hard to fathom but Rare Tea Company is almost ten years old.
Henrietta has been the tea-lady for a decade. We thought that might be cause for a celebration and possibly a stiff drink.
So we are hosting our first ever cocktail competition - and we'd be honoured if you might submit a recipe.
The Tea-Lady and Diana Kennedy
Whist I was in Mexico hunting for rare herbs last month I had the huge honour to spend time with the legendary Diana Kennedy at her house in Michoacán.
An update from Mexico.
The Tea-Lady was extremely lucky to visit one of our newest farms - Rancho la Paz in Valle Bravo, Mexico.