Author Archives: Thomas Perrin

Lapsang Souchong Premium Black Tea from Fujian

Black Tea Mayfair Tea

This Lapsang Souchong tea comes from Fujian Province of China where it was grown at high altitude and processed using traditional methods of pine and oak wood smoking to achieve its distinctive aromatic bouquet. The flavour and aroma of Lapsang Souchong contains a variety of empyreumatic notes, including wood, smoke, pine resin, dried longan. This […]

Lady Grey Premium Earl Grey Tea with Rose Petals, Orange, and Lime Leaf

Lady Grey Mayfair Tea

Lady Grey is a more floral, more exquisite version of the legendary Earl Grey tea. In addition to familiar notes of bergamot and fine black tea Lady Grey includes a bouquet of flavours including rose petals, lemon peel, orange pieces, and lime leaves. This combination offers a wonderful piquant flavour with full bodied finish. This […]

Earl Grey Cream Caramel Premium Black Tea

Cream Caramel

This Earl Grey tea comes with its own cream caramel flavour blending with natural bergamot and vibrant astringency of black tea. Resulting flavour offers a smooth creamy drink with vanilla nuances. Black tea component in this mix is grown at high altitude in Sri Lanka. This tea contains moderate levels of caffeine.

Earl Grey Lavender Tea Luxury Black Ceylon Bergamot and Lavender Flowers

lavender fields

This Earl Grey Lavender tea is made from finest black Ceylon tea leaf grown more than a thousand meters above sea level in Sri Lanka and aromatic French Lavender flowers infused with bergamot oil giving this blend its distinctive Earl Grey character. Floral lavender notes with exquisite bergamot character make this tea particularly aromatic. Floral […]

Lemon and Lime Sencha Tea Luxury Green Tea with Lemon and Lime Peel

Lemon and Lime Tea

Lemon and Lime Sencha offers a bouquet of flavours characterised by zesty notes of lemon and sweet lime. Dry citrus notes are balanced against smooth astringency of premium green tea in this refreshing mix. Although Sencha Green tea is low in caffeine, the robust flavours from lemons and limes give this tea additional boost of […]

Helichrysum Flowers Tea Luxury Immortelle Blossom Herbal Tea from Greece

Immortelle Plant

This herbal tea is made from dry Helichrysum Italicum flowers grown in Europe. Helichrysum belogs to the daisy family Asteraceae. It is also often referred to as the curry plant offering similar aromatic nuances to those found in curry tree leaf. It grows on dry, rocky or sandy ground around the Mediterranean and often used […]

White Chrysanthemum Blossom Tea Luxury White Chrysanthemum Flower Tea

White Chrysanthemum Flowers

Whole White Chrysanthemum flowers create a delicate floral infusion. Aromatic profile and tea made with white chrysanthemums include floral notes of peony and camomile together with nuances of dry green herbs. Chrysanthemum flowers belong to the same family as Marigolds, Daisies, Echinacea and other precious herbal plants. The name Chrysanthemum translates from ancient Greek as […]

Green Cardamom Pods Premium Cardamom Spice from Guatemala

Cardamom Spice Market

Green Cardamom is known for its intensely aromatic unique flavour. It is a popular food ingredient in Asia. It is also often used in baking in Europe where it is used in traditional treats. In the Middle East, green cardamom is used as a spice for sweet dishes, as well as traditional flavouring in coffee […]

Plantago Major Tea Plantain Herbal Tea


Plantago Major, the broadleaf plantain is a species of flowering plant in the plantain family Plantaginaceae. The plant is native to most of Europe and northern and central Asia. The young, tender leaves can be eaten raw, and the older, stringier leaves can be boiled in stews and eaten. Tea made from plantain leaf offers […]

Heather Flowers Tea Calluna Vulgaris Herbal Tea


Heather or Calluna Vulgaris is the sole species in the genus Calluna in the flowering plant family Ericaceae. It is found widely in Europe and Asia on acidic soils in open sunny situations and in moderate shade. Heather’s growth in popularity may be due to its many uses as alpine plants from important food source […]