Loose Leaf Tea Types
There are thousands of different tea varieties available for tea lovers to chose from, with many unique teas found only in certain parts of the world. Yet despite the seemingly endless range of teas available, they all stem from one plant – Camellia sinensis. In the end it is all about how the leaves are harvested and processed that creates all the amazing varieties and tea types.
At Camellia’s Tea House, we are truly passionate about loose leaf tea and its health properties so all of our teas contain only naturally grown ingredients. Many of our teas and herbal infusions are designed and hand blended by us in London – a marriage of handcrafted quality, originality and health.
Anji Bai Cha
This premium, delicate early spring green tea has a unique shape like a pine needle with a very pale green color reminiscent of soft green jade.
A lovely comforting tea ideal for when you feel your body is going to be invaded by nasty bugs. Sip this aromatic blend and allow its magic to work! Ingredients include elderflower and ginger.
Assam Bargang tea comes from an estate located on the north banks of the Brahmaputra river in the Sonipur district in Northern India. The leaves are broken, which helps to give it a strong and creamy infusion, which is perfect for those looking for a more powerful Assam brew.
This second flush tea reflects the nicer things in life as it contains wonderful long leaves with many golden tips which impart a certain quality and smoothness to its brew. This tea is grown at a high altitude in the Dibrugarh district in Assam, Northern India and produces a robust and malty flavour.
Beautiful Skin Tea
A light herbal infusion marked but its distinct chamomile and elderflower undertones. It contains a wide range of herbs such as chickweed, red clover, nettle and dandelion and is believed to help promote healthy and clear skin throughout the body.
Bobby Marley Blend
A great chill pill! Our Bobby Marley Blend may help to calm your nerves during the day and chill you out at night.
Bone Building Tea
A lovely blend to put some bone back on the bone! It has a reputation for providing minerals to the whole body and contains absorbable calcium, magnesium and iron. Ingredients include oat straw and alfafa
This tea helps the mind to focus and is believed to aid concentration. Ingredients include skullcap, lavender and ginger. You should avoid this tea if you suffer with high blood pressure
A rare green tea, this Ceylon tea originates from the Indulgashina gardens in Sri Lanka, which is ranked highly for offering the finest organic green teas. This tea shimmers in many shades of green, with long, slightly needle-like leaves. It has a bright green infusion and leaves you with a lightly flowery and sweet taste.
A touch of the South East – this is an Indian black tea that has been infused with a range of traditional spices to produce a deliciously spicy and warming brew.
Also known as the “Temple of Heaven”, this variety of gunpowder tea is one of the more popular green teas in China, especially in the eastern provinces.
This is a delicious fusion of Pu Erh tea, ginger and lavender and when combined it creates an earthy, spicy blend with touches of floral notes.