Speciality Teas In June 2020

Blue Tea Box was filled again with some amazing speciality teas that we had sourced from some great suppliers.

Below you will find all the teas offered during the month as well as each tea brewer.

We cannot wait for you to try our latest tea. Be sure and let us know what you think as well. We always love to hear our customer’s feedback.

Black Teas

Organic Caramel Tea

A rich and full-bodied Assam tea with flavoursome China Black tea blended with chunks of caramel.

The Caramel dissolves to add a layer of gentle sweetness and adds a decadent treat to your cup of tea. Can be enjoyed just as you would with any black tea, with or without adding milk.

Flavour Notes: The strength and richness of a strong breakfast tea with added sweetness from the caramel chunks that melt into your cup.

Origin: Assam and China

Supplier:Storm Tea

Ever-So-English Breakfast

These delicate Ceylon tea leaves are lovingly hand-picked and directly traded from traditional, ethical tea plantations in Sri Lanka.

Flavour Notes: Organic black tea from the heart of Ceylon; delicate, floral and refreshing.

Origin: Sri Lanka

Supplier:Joe’s Tea Co.

Darjeeling Muscatel

This tea is from the Teesta Valley tea estate that grows on slopes as high as 6500 ft.

The second flush Darjeeling tea, popularly known as Summer tea is a tea that is harvested in the summer months of May and June.

Flavour Notes: The leaf of this tea is coppery brown with silver tips, producing a bolder liquor and has a stronger characteristic taste of musky muscatel grapes.

Origin: India

Supplier: Tea People

Green Tea

Sencha Green Tea with Elderflower & Raspberry

One of our favourite teas – a delicious light, elegant selection of 4 green teas enhanced with elderflower and the sharper contrast of raspberry as a perfect compliment. This tea has a great range of health benefits.

Flavour Notes: A delicate combination of green teas with contrasting sharpness of raspberries, imparted with warm floral notes of elderflower.

Origin:China, Bulgaria, Poland, Albania

Supplier:Storm Tea

Jasmine’s Green Glory

These delicate gunpowder green tea leaves are lovingly hand-picked and directly traded from a single estate, ethical tea plantation in Sri Lanka.

Flavour Notes: Let the floral wonder of jasmine transform your green tea experience. Delicate yet exotic, smooth yet refreshing, watch our whole leaf green tea leaves unfurl as this fragrant fusion bursts into the most beautiful of blends.

Origin: Sri Lanka

Supplier: Joe’s Tea Co.

Pineapple Green with Matcha

A delicious light and fruity green tea with pineapple and the goodness of matcha sprinkled all over.

Flavour Notes: The flavours are harmonious, in balance. It’s a good blend of flavours.

Origin: Japan and China

Supplier: Tea People

Connoisseur Teas

Pu-Erh Tea with Lemon & Vanilla

Pu Erh Tea is famed for its properties to aid weight loss because of its ability to help us burn fat and shed pounds. The best time to drink a cup of Pu-erh tea for weight loss goals is one hour after a meal.

Flavour Notes:Deliciously mellow and deep earthy flavour but we’ve enlivened it with zesty lemon and smooth vanilla.

Origin: China and South Africa

Supplier:Storm Tea

Whiter Than White

These delicate white Ceylon tea leaves are lovingly hand-picked and directly traded from a single estate, ethical tea plantation in Sri Lanka.

Flavour Notes: Delicate, divine and good for you too: the sweetness and light of all blends. Plucked while still cocooned in their soft white hair, these little leaves promise an exquisite taste.

Origin: Sri Lanka

Supplier: Joe’s Tea Co.

Tie Guan Yin

Tie Guan Yin also known as ‘Tie Kuan Yin’ translates into ‘Iron Goddess of Mercy’. It is the most famous of all Chinese Oolongs.

This superior grade tea comes from the Fujian province in China. Jade green in colour, the leaves are hand rolled into uneven balls which unfurl into beautiful whole leaves when steeped.

Flavour Notes: The amber liquor produces an enchanting orchid-like aroma and leaves a sweet after taste.

Origin: China

Supplier:Tea People

Fruit Teas

Hibiscus with Rosehip, Apple & Strawberry

Hibiscus is the dominant flavour in this vitamin-packed combination of real organic fruit pieces that also includes rosehip, strawberry and apple.

Flavour Notes: The taste is a piquant and bright flavour full of heady fruitiness and natural sweetness.

Origin: Blended in Blaydon-on-Tyne

Supplier:Storm Tea

Sweet Chamomile

These chamomile flowers are hand-picked and directly traded from traditional, ethical farms in Egypt.

Flavour Notes: ‘Me-time’ is tea-time when it comes to this super-soother. Whole organic chamomile flowers infuse effortlessly into a mug of love that magically melts your cares away.


Supplier: Joe’s Tea Co.

Moringa Passion Fruit

Mouthwatering caffeine-free fruit tea bursting with the goodness of Moringa. Best enjoyed over ice, but wonderfully hot as well.

Flavour Notes: Brewed infusion of this award-winning tea has the sweet tanginess of a perfectly ripe Passion Fruit.

Origin: Blended in Reading

Supplier: Tea People

Healthy and Herbal Teas

Rooibos Indian Chai

Our organic rooibos comes from South Africa and is enlivened with a chai recipe created by our friends in Sri Lanka.

Flavour Notes: Whole pieces of organic cinnamon, ginger, cloves, nutmeg, cardamom and black pepper, are blended before being carefully combined with the rooibos to create a warm and spicy flavour with hints of nuttiness on the finish.

Origin: The Rooibos comes from South Africa and the spices are from Sri Lanka.

Supplier:Storm Tea


These ingredients are hand-picked and directly traded from traditional, ethical farms in South Africa, Indonesia and Sri Lanka.

Flavour Notes: Discover the ultimate feel-good be-good treat, as you inhale rich chocolatey aromas, sip in sweet rooibos and pay homage to after-dinner moments and happy days.

Origin: South Africa, Indonesia and Sri Lanka

Supplier:Joe’s Tea Co.

Linden Flowers

When brewed, the blossoms yield a pale liquid with a gorgeous floral and herbal aroma and a slightly sweet taste reminiscent of walking through the garden on a mid summers afternoon.

Flavour Notes: A traditional European folk medicinal herb that is said to treat anything from a cold to anxiety to digestion.

Origin: Blended in Reading

Supplier: Tea People

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