With the hot weather at the end of June, I have been experimenting with iced tea. Using our Peach Sencha, some freshly grated ginger and some cloudy lemonade I made this really refreshing drink.
It's really easy to make and a great alternative to alcoholic cocktails.
I am delighted to announce that our shop will be re-opening on Tuesday 30th June.
We encourage you to use our click and collect option on our website but you will also be welcome to come and buy on the day but we won't be taking cash for the time being.
We have reorganised the layout our shop so that only 2 customers can be inside at any one time and we ask that you keep to the social distancing rules.
We're excited to be launching a new packaging free service for our 20 best sellers, where we will weigh out tea into paper bags for you to decant into your own container.
April 21st was National Tea Day. It has been set up to celebrate and promote tea culture in the UK. What better tea to celebrate than Kinnettles Gold grown right here in Scotland.
There are only 2kg manufactured each year, which accounts for the high price and it was the first commercially available black tea genuinely made in Scotland.
Direct from the Zhou family we've got three handmade oolongs: Wuyi Da Hong Pao, Wuyi Shui Xian, and Ya Shi Xiang Dan Cong.
Alongside these we've got a brand new harvest of First Flush Jethi Kupi from the Rohini Estate in Darjeeling.