Teapigs tea contains only the finest quality
whole leaf teas, whole berries, whole herbs and whole flowers.
Each tea is presented in a 'tea temple' and they are 100% biodegradable.
The tea temple is a large mesh bag that gives your tea the room it needs to expand and infuse.
All packaging is recyclable and printed with vegetable inks.
The aromatic, spiced, milky tea that has been the Indian drink of choice for hundreds of years. A blended rich, malty Assam tea with cardamom pods, cinnamon, ginger and cassia. A satisfying, healthy drink that captures the vibrancy and colour of India in a cup
english breakfast tea
The teapigs version of builders’ tea, if you will. Far from ordinary, it’s a skilful balancing act between three glorious teas: a gutsy Assam, a mellow little Ceylon and a powerful newcomer from Rwanda.
darjeeling earl grey
Most Earl Greys use a poor quality tea base from China. Here we have the finest Darjeeling from the foothills of the Himalayas and add to it the finest bergamot citrus from sunny southern Italy.
This chilli chai is a twist on the traditional chai, a recipe that has been the Indian drink of choice for centuries. Alongside the assam tea, cardamom pods, chunks of ginger, cinnamon and vanilla we have added flakes of chilli for a fiery kick.
chocolate flake tea
When we think about how many times we’ve dunked chocolate biscuits into cups of tea it’s surprising no-one else has ever thought of this before. Tea and chocolate together In one cup. A perfect partnership.
This green tea is liked by people who don’t like green tea. Drink this not only for its health benefits but also its flavour. The infusion turns clear pale green and tastes of fresh summer air, peaches and apricots.
green tea with mint
The traditional Moroccon tea uses a tea called Gunpowder Green, a tea that can at times be so harsh as to need sugar to remove the astringency. After much trial and error, we opted for a green tea called Precious Eyebrows, this is a more delicate tea.
Japanese peasants wold mix tea with toasted rice to make it go further. From humble beginnings has grown a tea that in today’s Japan is celebrated in its own right as Genmaicha tea – or, to its friends, Popcorn tea.
Little pearls of hand-rolled green tea tips which have been gently infused with pure jasmine flowers. Done in the most delicate of ways - the leaves are just allowed to rest amongst the flowers to pick up their floral scent.
silver tips white tea
This tea is picked for only two hours in the morning and during only two weeks of the year. In the Chinese Fujian province where this white tea is grown, the pluckers are in the fields at first light to catch the early morning shoots.
This tea has it all, rich in antioxidants and nutrients, making it a very healthy cuppa. The chunks of crème caramel make it a sweet, rich, comforting drink to rival any scrumptious dessert.
spiced winter red
The best bits of winter. Mulled wine and mistletoe. Winter coats and rosy cheeks. Tea and warming spices. A blend of orange, cloves and cinnamon on a red tea base, perfect on a crisp frosty morning or with brandy at bedtime.
rooibos - red bush
Rooibos and Honey Bush grow only in the Cedar berg region of South Africa. Rooibos (Afrikaans for red bush) are harvested and processed in much the same way as tea. This organic blend is particularly high in antioxidants and nutrients.
This all natural gingery lemony brew will blow you away. There is a kick from the real chunks of ginger and a refreshing burst of citrus from the chunks of lemongrass. This brew is great hot or cold.
We insist that our herbal teas always use the whole leaf or flower. You will find that the mint is much fresher and finer tasting than that of any teabag mint you have tasted before.
Most chamomile teas are made by crushing the flowers. Only the whole flowers of the Croatian chamomile bush are used in our tea temples. Well known are the medicinal benefits which include calming, soothing anxiety and aiding sleep.
Lemongrass is drunk all over Asia to aid in digestion, helping to kill off any nasties in your tummy. Originally from Malaysia, it flourishes in any humid climate. A
refreshing sweet citrus / lime drink.
super fruit tea
To get more of your daily antioxidants, try this blend of real berry pieces. They deliver a punchy, fruity taste unlike any fruit tea you’ve tasted before. Again, these berries have been looked after and not crushed.
yerba mate tea
Native to South America, it's drunk as a natural stimulant to increase focus and alertness while helping with detoxing and weight loss. And it does all this, allegedly, without any side effects.
Liquorice has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine and is also hugely popular with the Dutch. We’ve blended pure liquorice root with whole peppermint leaves to create a naturally sweet and refreshing drink that is irresistibly moreish.