We offer the widest range of tea pillows – not just in Ireland but in the world. Our ingredients are 100% organic. Our leaves are handpicked. Our fruit, herbs and spices are sourced ethically. Our legendary tea pillows are miniature marvels. They’re hand-stitched and ﬁlled with 100% organic real-leaf teas. This creates an incredible drinking experience every time – bursting with ﬂavour that lasts long past the ﬁrst cup.
We are as passionate about tea as we are about coffee. And it shows.
Black teas are fully oxidised teas and are rumoured to have been discovered by chance in the 17th century after a shipment of green tea from China to London had fermented in transit. The English are said to have been very taken with the unexpected delivery and immediately ordered an additional shipment. The world of black tea was born.
Our comprehensive range of 18 green teas offers something for everyone from pure green teas such as the delicately tasting Tie Guan Yin to our big and bold Extra Green Detox with hints of ginger & peppermint. We also offer a range of exclusive and highly sought after Japanese green teas – Genmaicha Miyazaki, Sencha & Gyokuro.
Our range of 10 herbal infusions comprises 9 caffeine-free options with only the South American Yerba Maté containing caffeine. From our pure peppermint leaf to Marrakesh’s Pure Lemon Verbena to our sumptuous Blood Orange fruit infusion, you are sure to ﬁnd a tea that you fall in love with.
Traditionally, White Teas involve very little processing as they only undergo withering
& drying processes. They are prized for their delicate ﬂavours & really excel when combined with other ingredients. Both of our white teas are the perfect example of combining the gentle ﬂavours of traditional white tea with complimentary ﬂavours such as our Orange Blossom & Honey or Coconut & Almond.
Oolong tea, otherwise known as Wu Long or “Blue-green” tea, is a family of tea that falls in between oxidised green tea and fully oxidised black tea. Oolong teas undergo a combination of the green tea and black tea processing methods as they are withered, oxidised & ﬁred before being rolled, dried and packed.