Loose Leaf Tea

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  • Ringtons Loose Leaf Tea Assam

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    Assam in North East India is one of only two places in the world where tea plants are native. The teas are grown in the lush region of the Brahmaputra Valley and are known for their full-bodied flavour. This blend is robust in character, with a smooth and malty taste.

    • 100g bag
    • Handy resealable pouch
    • Black tea blend
    • Speciality Loose Tea
    • Smooth and malty
    • Single Origin Assam Tea
    • Ideal for use in cafes, restaurants and hotels

    Ringtons has been selecting speciality teas for their customers since 1907. Their tea-obsessed Tea Tasters travel the world to find the finest teas and proudly bring a range of carefully blended tea which will delight tea-lovers of all kinds.

    We suggest the following preparation, brewing and preservation tips to help you fully enjoy your Ringtons tea.

    Preparation – Use one heaped teaspoon per cup for the perfect tea.  Freshly drawn water (which has not been over-boiled) will bring out the finest flavours of our teas. Just boiled water is the ideal temperature.

    Brewing – All teas need time to properly infuse, releasing their true flavours. Ringtons  Afternoon Blend Loose Leaf Tea is best brewed for 3-5 mins, but no longer.

    Serving suggestion – Can be served with or without milk.

  • Ringtons Loose Leaf Tea Earl Grey

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    Named after the British Prime Minister for whom it was specially created in 1831, Earl Grey is a quintessentially British tea. We blend black Chinese tea with citrusy bergamot oil to create our Earl Grey. The result is a delicately flavoured tea that is light and refreshing.

    • 100g bag
    • Handy resealable pouch
    • Black tea blend
    • Speciality Loose Tea
    • Light & refreshing
    • Ideal for use in cafes, restaurants and hotels

    Ringtons has been selecting speciality teas for their customers since 1907. Their tea-obsessed Tea Tasters travel the world to find the finest teas and proudly bring a range of carefully blended tea which will delight tea-lovers of all kinds.

    We suggest the following preparation, brewing and preservation tips to help you fully enjoy your Ringtons tea.

    Preparation – Use one heaped teaspoon per cup for the perfect tea.  Freshly drawn water (which has not been over-boiled) will bring out the finest flavours of our teas. Just boiled water is the ideal temperature.

    Brewing – All teas need time to properly infuse, releasing their true flavours. Ringtons Earl Grey Loose Leaf Tea is best brewed for 3-5 mins, but no longer.

    Serving suggestion – Can be served with or without milk.

  • Ringtons Loose Leaf Tea Green Sencha

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    Ringtons Single Origin Green Sencha teas go through a gentle steaming process to preserve their colour and protect their flavour, before finally being rolled into the distinctive needle shapes. Reminiscent of grassy meadows, Green Sencha has a gentle and sweet aroma.

    • 75g bag
    • Handy resealable pouch
    • Green tea blend
    • Speciality Loose Tea
    • Grassy and gentle, with a sweet aroma
    • Ideal for use in cafes, restaurants and hotels

    Ringtons has been selecting speciality teas for their customers since 1907. Their tea-obsessed Tea Tasters travel the world to find the finest teas and proudly bring a range of carefully blended tea which will delight tea-lovers of all kinds.

    We suggest the following preparation, brewing and preservation tips to help you fully enjoy your Ringtons tea.

    Preparation – Use one heaped teaspoon per cup. Freshly drawn water (which has not been over-boiled) will bring out the finest flavours of our teas. Use water at just below boiling point.

    Brewing – All teas need time to properly infuse, releasing their true flavours. Ringtons China Green Sencha is best brewed for 1-3 mins.

    Serving suggestion – Serve without milk.

  • Ringtons Loose Leaf Tea Peppermint

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    Bright and zingy, Ringtons Peppermint infusion contains only the vibrant green leaves from the Peppermint herb. Naturally caffeine-free and deeply refreshing, peppermint has been used in ancient medicine for centuries and is said to help aid digestion.

    • 75g bag
    • Handy resealable pouch
    • Herbal Infusion blend
    • Naturally caffeine free
    • Bright, zingy and deeply refreshing
    • Ideal for use in cafes, restaurants and hotels

    Ringtons has been selecting speciality teas for their customers since 1907. Their tea-obsessed Tea Tasters travel the world to find the finest teas and proudly bring a range of carefully blended tea which will delight tea-lovers of all kinds.

    We suggest the following preparation, brewing and preservation tips to help you fully enjoy your Ringtons tea.

    Preparation – Use one heaped teaspoon per cup. Freshly drawn water (which has not been over-boiled) will bring out the finest flavours of our teas. Use water at just below boiling point.

    Brewing – All teas need time to properly infuse, releasing their true flavours. Ringtons Peppermint Loose is best brewed for 4 mins.

    Serving suggestion – Can be served hot or cold, without milk.

  • Ringtons Loose Leaf Tea Rooibos

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    Rooibos, sometimes known by the English translation ‘Red Bush’ only grows in the sun-drenched, mountainous Western Cape province of South Africa. This naturally caffeine-free infusion is deep red in colour and has a sweet and nutty flavour with a hint of caramel.

    • 100g bag
    • Handy resealable pouch
    • Herbal infusion blend
    • Naturally caffeine free
    • Sweet and nutty with a hint of caramel
    • Ideal for use in cafes, restaurants and hotels

    Ringtons has been selecting speciality teas for their customers since 1907. Their tea-obsessed Tea Tasters travel the world to find the finest teas and proudly bring a range of carefully blended tea which will delight tea-lovers of all kinds.

    We suggest the following preparation, brewing and preservation tips to help you fully enjoy your Ringtons tea.

    Preparation – Use one heaped teaspoon per cup. Freshly drawn water (which has not been over-boiled) will bring out the finest flavours of our teas. Use water at just below boiling point.

    Brewing – All teas need time to properly infuse, releasing their true flavours. Ringtons Rooibos Loose is best brewed for 4 mins.

    Serving Suggestion – Serve on its own or with a splash of milk