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Archive for tag: Tea

National Afternoon Tea Week!

Afternoon tea is a quintessentially English tradition and is one of the nation's favourite pastimes; it is therefore only fitting that it gets its own celebratory week! Yes folks, it is indeed th...

Tea is good for your memory.

We can never stress enough just how beneficial tea drinking is for our overall health and we are always excited when new tea research is conducted and the results reveal the positive effects o...

Extravagant Earl Grey

Earl Grey is perhaps one of the most widely drunk teas in the world and one that can easily be considered truly English. Brewed with care, it proves to be a rewarding cup of tea; its easily...

Darjeeling First Flush

The Darjeeling District found in India is well known for its tea and perhaps the most special one of them all is the Darjeeling First Flush. This seasonal tea is the first harvest, or 'flush...

Camellia's Tea House sponsors Brighton Fashion Week 2013

We are very proud to announce that Camellia's Tea House is an official sponsor of Brighton Fashion Week! We have been invited to design the Brighton Fashion Week tea and have spent some time...

Keemum

The story of tea begun in ancient China and its true origins are steeped in wondrous myths and legends. It is no wonder then that, over the course of many centuries, China has managed to produc...

China Pai Mu Tan

Now that the sun is slowly making a more regular appearance and the world around us is once again becoming more vibrant, why not embrace this belated change in seasons with a cup of light and ...

Highlights from the Carnaby Grazia Shopping Night

We would like to say a huge thank you to all of the people that came to our tearooms during the last Carnaby Grazia Shopping Night! In spite of the cold wind, lots of people were crowding th...

English Tea

As our Queen enters a new decade of her reign, it is traditional to pause and reflect on the things that make us proud to be British. Doctor Who, for example, or Shakespeare; perhaps above all...

White Harmony

White tea characteristically has a subtle, layered flavour. For this reason, I was a little defensive when I first heard about its use in flavoured blends - surely the tea's own delicious taste...