How to Brew That Perfect Cup of Tea

How to Brew That Perfect Cup of Tea

How To Brew That Perfect Cup of Tea

We understand that we live in a fast-paced world where we are all constantly on the move, worry less because we are not going to slow you down in any way. We appreciate that you want to enjoy a cup of tea, but we are also aware that you want this process to be as seamless and fast as possible – well that’s exactly what we thought too!

Our amazing and healthy tea bags make a sweet, healthy and refreshing tea either for family and friends in a teapot or if you just want a cup to yourself. We will never compromise on taste and standard, hence our tea remains sweet tasting and retains that refreshing taste irrespective of the quantity of water you make them with – a teacup or a teapot, still tastes great!

Pour yourself a cup with confidence because our tea will never have a yucky or strong taste when you are making a cup for your own pleasure. Our ultimate goal is for you to relax, takes a sip of our tea and feel rejuvenated. Equally, if you are on the move, our tea will set the tone for a blissful day.

Simply pour hot water and enjoy our amazing tea and you’ll be wowed as to how great it’ll taste – like something straight out of a master brewery’s pot.


Hot Tea:
Put tea bag in a mug or teapot and pour 8-10 fl oz. (230-300 ml/cc) of boiling hot water over it, allow to sit for 3 – 5 minutes, depending on personal preference, serve hot.

Our Green tea just like every other one, requires a slightly warmer water (hot but not boiling). Be rest assured that the tea will not taste bitter in a hotter water. However, our Red oolong and Black tea require a boiling hot water.

Iced Tea:
Simply add ice to a hot brewed tea for a quick refreshing ice tea drink.

Cold Brew Ice Tea:
Put the tea in a glass container filled with 15-23 fl oz. (500-600 ml/cc) of drinking water. Refrigerate for about 2-3 hours (or allow to sit at room temperature for 1.5-2 hours) and serve.

Adding boiling water to a cold container will lower the temperature of the water. Make sure your water is hot enough to extract the teas full flavor. Use caution when pouring boiling water. For stronger tea flavour, steep longer. For milder tea flavour, reduce steep time.