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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    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.

    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.
    In China, there are an enormous number of different teas enjoyed by millions of people every day. There are six main types of tea: white tea, green tea, yellow tea, oolong tea, black tea, and pu-erh tea. In this post, we will explore each type of tea and how it is processed.
    International Tea Day is celebrated on May 21st to bring attention to issues within the tea production industry and to highlight the vulnerable situations many tea workers face. Tea pickers play a crucial role in the industry as they are responsible for plucking tea leaves from the plants. Despite their crucial role, tea pickers are often underpaid and work in difficult conditions. The tea industry is complex and lacks transparency, making it challenging to address issues faced by tea pickers. To support the improvement of their working conditions and ensure they receive fair wages, consumers must demand more transparency from large companies that influence the tea industry.
    We want to bring your attention to Mental Health Awareness week, which runs from May 15th to May 21st. This Week is all about raising awareness of the impact of mental health and resources that can help you when in need. This year, the theme of Mental Health Awareness Week is anxiety.
    In this post, we shine a spotlight on our packaging. At PekoeTea, we are doing everything we can to reduce the impact of our packaging on the environment. We use several different forms of packaging for our products; here, we introduce the main types of packaging we use and how best to reuse, recycle, or compost them.
    Learn how to reduce food waste and get more out of your tea by re-brewing tea leaves. Discover which types of tea can be re-brewed and how to do it. Find out how re-brewing tea leaves can change the flavour profile of the tea. Join us on Stop Food Waste Day and do your part to reduce food waste.
    As the weather warms up across some of the world's greatest tea-producing countries, tea bushes are pushing out their first buds and tiny leaves. Tea pickers will be entering the fields, and tea artisans will be starting to produce some of the world's finest teas. If you've ever heard terms like "pre-rain" or "first flush" used to describe tea, you may wonder what these descriptions mean and what makes tea harvested in spring so special. In this article, we'll delve into the lifecycle of the tea plant to explain why early spring teas should be on your shopping list.
    To celebrate World Poetry Day, we explore a tea poem written by the Song Dynasty poet Su Shi. The poem expresses the experience of brewing tea through rich and lively natural imagery.