Argentine butcher and wine merchant in Connuaght village also, of course, stocking great tea.
55-57 Connaught Street, London W2 2BB
Sally Clarke's award winning restaurant, bakery and deli.
122 & 124 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4BH
De Beauvoir Deli
Best quality and ethically sourced produce.
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Dulwich Picture Gallery houses one of the world's most important collections of European old master paintings of the 1600s and 1700s. We have collaborated to produce a special English Breakfast for their Ravilious exhibition on now.
College Rd Greater London SE21 7AD
Harringay Local Store
A local shop with a difference, Harringay Local Store focuses on locally made and grown produce, alongside healthy/wholefood items and everyday staples. Music too...
581c Green Lanes
Melrose & Morgan
Undisputedly London's most famous delicatessens.
Now selling a bespoke-labelled range of Rare Teas in the National Gallery shop. Our tea has never been sold in a more historic location than this.
The National Gallery
Paul A. Young
We are very proud that Paul uses Rare Tea in his hand-made chocolates. You can often pick up a tin of the Rare Tea he is curretly experimenting with in his shops.
400 Oxford Street, London, W1A 1AB
The British Museum
The British Museum is stocking a selection of our Chinese teas.
Great Russell St
London WC1B 3DG
The Crystal Palace Market
A community, not-for-profit Transition Town project bringing the best quality, locally sourced, low-carbon food into the heart of Crystal Palace.
Bottom of Haynes Lane/Top of Bedwardine Road, Upper Norwood, London SE19 3AP
Victoria & Albert Museum
Stocking our Jasmine Silver Tip tea in the museum shop in bespoke V&A packaging.
London SW7 2RL
Situated in Wapping, Victualler is a hostelry serving local produce including oysters, artisan cheeses and fabulous tea.
69 Garnet Street
Wapping, E1W 3QS
Waitrose branches across the UK, including John Lewis on Oxford Street carry a range of our tea.
England & Wales
Back to the Garden
A beautiful converted barn in Norfolk, who produce delicious chemical-free food (and tea). This year, they won the best-tasting beef prize at the Soil Association awards.
Letheringsett, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7JJ
An independent quality-focused café and store.
12 Gregories Road, Beaconsfield, HP9 1HQ
Cakestand and Crumb
A great little place to pick up a tin of Rare Tea or sit down for a cup.
7 Kings Arms Yard, Ampthill, Bedfordshire, MK45 2PJ
Glutton & Glee
British Cafe & Food Shop in the centre of historic Guildford, serving fresh home made and locally sourced food.
6 Tunsgate, Guildford, GU1 3QT
Pump Street Bakery
Pump Street Bakery are famous for their real bread and chocolate. They also serve wonderfully inventive dishes and, of course, rare tea.
1 Pump Street, Orford, Suffolk, IP12 2LZ
The Tea House
A specialist tearoom in Reigate, Surrey.
17 Church St. Reigate RH2 0AA
Beautiful restaurant and delicatessen in the heart of Basel
Zwingerstrasse 10, 4053, Basel, Switzerland
Home fashion and accessories shop in Belgium where you can pick up RAF Tea for Heroes.
Rue de l'Eglise 7B, 1380 Lasne, Belgium
A wonderful lifestyle store in Stockholm who happen to stock our tea.
116 32 Stockholm
Made in England
Witold Rogowski is an English enthusiast who is helping us spread the word about good tea in Poland.
Red October is an established domestic leader in the importation and distribution of confectionery, tobacco, wines and spirits, among other indulgences (including Rare Tea). Shop open during the Christmas period.
One of the warmest and friendliest places in Oslo.
Rosenlundgata 9B, 0474 Oslo, Norway
Sucre & Salon by Sucre
Sister to Sucre, the wonderful bakeries and sweet shops in New Orleans. Headed up by chef Tariq Hanna in the city's French Quarter; tearoom by day, and bar and restaurant by night. You may also enjoy a cup of Rare Tea at the Sucre bakeries.