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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. 

Annual Burn’s Night celebrations traditionally involve a lot of feasting, singing and drinking.  But if your partaking in dry January or happen to be the designated driver, why not try some Scottish themed tea blends instead to help round off your festivities.
Books, tea and cakes go so well together. Today we're sharing with you a recipe for this easy vegan lemon & poppy seed cake created by one of our new staff members Ewa. Whether you're vegan 24/7, just trying it for a month or if you're not vegan at all... you will all love a slice (or let's make it 3 slices) of this beauty.
We found the flavour of Honey Oolong to be absolutely fantastic.  When we first put the dry leaves into the pot the aroma was sweet and floral with notes of spices.  The leaves are beautiful and wiry thanks to the gentle processing.  And the tea itself has a honey like flavour, with floral notes and the classic darjeeling muscatel flavour. 

Tuesday 24th March 2020

We are delighted to be hosting a Tea and Chocolate Tasting event in collaboration with Pacari Chocolate.

At this will event you will experience the wonderful variety of naturally occurring flavours found in both single origin chocolate and single origin tea. Each Pacari Chocolate we feature has been carefully matched with a tea from the PekoeTea collection.

Tuesday 17th March 2020

Darjeeling Tea is known as the "Champagne of Teas". Within this one region of India there are many different estates and varieties of tea. Come along to find out more about this fantastic tea region and try some beautiful directly traded tea.

Tuesday March 10th 2020

Have you ever wanted to know more about white tea? Ever wondered what exactly is white tea and where does it come from?

In this class and tea tasting we will taste a series of white teas, exploring the differences between each. We will examine the history of white tea and talk over the different processing methods.