Tea & Coffee Emporium
Welcome to the world of tea
Genmaicha Brown Rice Tea
Genmaicha (brown rice tea) is genmaicha essentially a mix of green tea and roasted rice. This blend balances the astringency of green tea with the nutty flavour of the roasted rice...
Milk Thistle Seeds
Milk thistle is a flowering plant. Different parts of the plant are traditionally used as natural herbal treatments for a variety of health disorders. This is in part because of the powerful antioxidants it contains. It’s best known for its positive effect on liver health, but studies are looking into other possible benefits too...
Gunpowder Temple of Hunan
The leaves of this charming tea are hand-rolled into shiny gunpowder-like pellets which burst open with flavour when steeped...
Luxury Leaf Organic Mao Feng GREEN CHINESE TEA
This is one of China\'s most famous leaf teas. It is grown in the mountains around Hangzhou, a region known for its exceptional teas, high rainfall and frequent mists...
Bi Luo Chun Chinese Green Tea
Bi Luo Chun is one of the most famous green tea grown in the Dong Ting region near Lake Tai, Jiangsu Province, China. A mildly sweet flavour and fruity aroma being transferred into the freshly picked tea giving teas’ unique character...
Original Japanese Genmaicha - Brown Rice Tea
Premium quality Japanese Genmaicha tea with roasted brown rice, grown using traditional methods. Picked up during spring time exclusively using young, small and slightly opened leaves...
Ceylon OPA Green Tea
Green Tea OPA is largest leaf grade among the Green teas.
Green tea OPA and other green teas are also made from Un-fermented leaves not like black tea. These tea leaves therefore retain their green colour and delicate flavour. all type of green teas have many health benefits...
Gyokuro Japan Style Green Tea
The Japanese have treasured Gyokuro for hundreds of years as the finest green tea. Now the best grades of this tea are becoming more widely available outside of Japan as more tea lovers learn to appreciate this wonderfully fragrant and delicate tea.
English Tea Ceremony.
In 1665 Queen Anne traded her regular breakfast beverage, ale, for tea imported from the Far East and soon began the tradition and ceremony of English tea. By 1700 there were more than 500 coffee houses selling tea in the city of London alone and tea had become an ingrained part of the British culture.
And now Tea & Coffee Emporium invites you to the amazing world of tea.
In our store you will find teas from around the world,
black tea, white tea, green tea, herbs and many more.