Author - Camellia's Tea House

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 of our favourite drink. For example, a recent study conducted in Switzerland and published in the March 2014 issue of Psychopharmacology shows that there is a link between drinking green tea and our memory. Although the research was limited in scope and included only twelve healthy volunteers, the results were [...]

Happiness Tea

With spring in full swing, what better tea to celebrate than with our very own Happiness Tea? This truly delightful blend is packed with goodness from fennel to rosebuds, and will have you bouncing through the upcoming months! This tea has been tailored to uplift and revitalize your senses, and what could be more uplifting that the zesty fragrance of lemon verbena? Lemon verbena, although native to Argentina and Chile, is grown all around the world and has been used [...]

All In London – Mother’s Day Treats

"If an classic Afternoon Tea is your bag, forgo the formalities of London's hotels (exquisite as they are) for an altogether more cosy and wholesome set up at Kingly Court's Camellia's Tea House, just off Carnaby Street. Their Mother's Day Afternoon Tea Menu, available from Friday until the 20th, 1-6pm, includes a selection of finger sandwiches including such delicacies ad cream cheese with strawberry puree, along with classic scones, macarons and their delicious array of freshly baked cakes, not [...]

This London Life – Camellia’s Tea House Soho

"If you're looking for something to do this Easter weekend then let me tell you about an adorable tea shop hidden on the top floor of Kingly Court, located just behind Oxford Street. Camellia's Tea House is a quirky family run tea house that serves and sells well over 100 different tea's that are all hand blended. If you're a tea lover like me then this will be your idea of heaven. They have so many different blends of tea and [...]

House of Coco – The English Love For Lavender


"Drink it Indulge in a relaxing ‘White Harmony’ Tea from Camellia’s Tea House. Organically cultivated, this soothing and delicious tea is ideal to accompany you in your relaxed moments. White tea is infused with chamomile, rose and lavender to create a light subtle floral aroma while encapsulating the distinctive flavour of lavender and chamomile." You can find the whole article here: House of Coco - The English Love For Lavender

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', of the year after the winter has come and gone and the first leaves of spring are ready to be plucked. Typically, the First Flush is in season from March to May, but each year's harvest is different, as much depends on weather patterns and the [...]

The Good Spa Guide

"Fruit-infused water with your choice of cucumber and mint or lemon and orange will keep you hydrated. The Camellia tea selection is a treat for tea lovers: nine blended teas including Aching Muscles, Toxin Killer, Skinny Bitch, Spa Verta’s own blend and Happiness Tea. Sadly they can’t all be mixed together!" You can find the whole article here: The Good Spa Guide

Hospitality & Catering News – Ajit Madan appointed the UK’s first ITEI Master Tea Sommelier

"Ajit Madan, co-founder of Camellia’s Tea House, the healthy English tea company which supplies teas to leading hotels and spas of the world, has been appointed the UK’s first ITEI Certified Master Tea Sommelier by the International Tea Education Institute. This exciting news affirms Ajit as a leading expert within the world of tea. Ajit Madan met with the stringent standards of the International Tea Education Institute to achieve this recognition following a 2 year course. This involved Ajit demonstrating [...]

Healthy Immunity

Icy gusts of wind, sudden temperature drops, gloomy wet days and the ever persistent rain; that has been the norm for quite a while now. We've all been trying to endure these dubious perks of the season with varying degree of success, however the same can't be said of our immune systems. It starts innocently enough; a slight cough here and there, an annoyingly runny nose, a little shiver soon followed by a fever and more often than not one [...]

China Pai Mu Tan

China Pai Mu Tan is a Chinese white tea with a very refreshing aroma and a gorgeous light golden colour. The name, sometimes spelt as 'Bai Mudan', derives from its resemblance to the White Peony's petals. The white green leaves are exceptionally big and one can find many silver tips among them. This tea is carefully processed in a natural way, only through drying and withering in the sun. As it is a white tea, China Pai Mu Tan contains [...]