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Amazing Ayurveda

Leave your drugs in the chemist’s pot if you can heal the patient with food. – Hippocrates Here at The Tea Centre we are often quizzed about our Ayurvedic range of spicy tisanes, which include Anti-Stress, Breathe Easy, and Power Mix. Generally, the questions are centred on whether each of these blends really live up to […]

What the FTGFOP is Orange Pekoe?

Why you should care about tea grading. It is often joked that FTGFOP stands for ‘Far Too Good For Ordinary People’. This gibberish-looking succession of letters actually means ‘Finest Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe’ and is about the finest quality grade of tea you can find. So, why does it matter? Though graded teas do […]

Our Top Teas to Help Beat Bloating

Some well-deserved indulgence during the holiday season may have left you feeling sluggish and bloated. Our teas for digestive health are a simple and delicious way to improve your wellbeing. Detox & Cleanse Organic A favourite with our customers, this tea proves that herbals can be both tasty and effective. With subtle sweetness and a […]

True Brew: Australian Daintree Tea

Nestled within the Daintree rainforest is Australia’s renowned tropical tea plantation. This beautiful part of the country is where two World Heritage sites — the Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef — meet. The pristine natural environment, along with abundant sunshine and rainfall are responsible for the revered quality of Daintree tea. An area notable […]

Hygge, Tea and Togetherness

What is ‘hygge’?   There is no perfect English translation for hygge (pronounced “hoo-gah”), but ‘cosiness’, ‘happiness’ and ‘kinship’ come close. Hygge is “the art of creating intimacy” and “taking pleasure from the presence of soothing things”.    With numerous books written about hygge, it was shortlisted for Word of the Year in 2016. It […]

The Denby Story

The Denby story begins in Derbyshire, the heart of England.  The year was 1809, and local entrepreneur William Bourne discovered the strength and quality of clay in a seam revealed after a road construction. Enlisting his son Joseph to run the business, Bourne began producing his legendary stoneware. Glass was very expensive in the early […]

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