We offer an extensive range of the highest quality premium teas, both single estates sourced from tea growing regions around the world and exquisite flavoured blends made by hand in our factory in Edinburgh. 

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    Happy Saint Andrew's Day! In the spirit of celebrating everything Scottish, we're taking the opportunity to introduce you to our Scottish-themed teas: handmade fudge tea, whisky teas, and the epic Kinnettles Gold, grown right here on Scottish soil.
    Philosophy and tea have an intimate connection in China and Japan, where tea is not just a drink but a practice. In recognition of World Philosophy Day, we will delve into the connections between philosophy and tea in Japan. We'll see how tea has been shaped by wabi-sabi aesthetic philosophy and the idea of self-cultivation.
    This week, we are celebrating Japanese tea culture. When one thinks of Japan, the image of the tea ceremony often comes to mind. Tea has been an integral part of Japanese culture for centuries, with a rich history dating back to ancient times. This blog will take you on a journey through Japanese tea, from its fascinating history to more detailed explorations of teas like Sencha, Gyokuro, and Matcha.
    When you think of Autumn, what's the first thing you think about? For me, it's leaves. I spend a lot of my time thinking about tea leaves, so there's no surprise that I reach for tea when the Autumn rolls around. There is a natural affinity between Autumn and a hot, comforting cup of tea. In this post, we will guide you through a delightful journey of teas that are perfect for drinking in the Autumn.
    Are you craving a bit more sunshine before autumn sets in? Imagine a sip that transports you to a lush, tropical paradise. Picture the flavours of ripe mangoes, zesty lemongrass, and the earthiness of raspberry leaf. We're thrilled to introduce you to our latest creation, Blend No.3.
    Does Tea Expire? You may wonder whether your tea can expire. The answer is no. Tea rarely expires, but it can lose its aroma and become stale. Read on to see how to tell if your tea is fresh and how to correctly store it.
    There is a tonne of incorrect information regarding the differing amounts of caffeine found in various types of tea and purported calculations of how much caffeine is in a cup. The number of variables makes it impossible to determine with certainty how much caffeine is in a cup of tea or which teas have more caffeine than others without access to a laboratory. There are, however, some general, fascinating facts about tea and caffeine.
    Imagine creating your very own tea blend that brings together your favourite flavours. If you're up to the challenge, submit your dream blend ideas to our blending competition.
    One of life's finest indulgences is afternoon tea. We've written before about the history of afternoon tea and how to choose the best tea to go with yours. In this post, we want to highlight some of the best places in Edinburgh for afternoon tea. For delicate sandwiches and delicious cakes paired with the best tea in the city, look to the following places that serve a selection of our teas.

    When it comes to brewing tea, there are many different variables to consider to get the best possible flavour, from selecting the proper teaware to finding the perfect leaf-to-water ratio. One of the most important factors to consider when brewing tea is the water temperature. Different types of tea require different water temperatures to bring out their best flavours and aromas. While some teas taste best when brewed with boiling water, others should be brewed with water as low as 60 degrees Celsius. In this post, we'll help you decide what temperature water to brew your tea with.

    We are thrilled to announce that PekoeTea is embarking on a collaboration with Diageo, one of the world's leading spirits companies. At first glance, a tea shop and a whisky company may seem like an unlikely pairing. But there are many commonalities between tea and whisky. Both involve a careful selection of ingredients, blending and mixing techniques, and a dedication to the art of creation.
    In celebration of International World Gin Day, we would like to re-post our recipe for a refreshing summer drink - the Rose G&Tea Iced Tea. This delightful concoction features our Gin Tea, which is infused with botanicals that reflect the flavours of a gin and tonic, minus the alcohol.