Plymouth Tea @ Flavour Fest!

Plymouth Tea were in attendence at Flavour Fest this year, we were based in the food is fun Tent along with Childrens hospice south west, this represents the first time that plymouth tea has been to an event. Katie was speaking to current and potential customers and the feedback we recieved was very positive. It will be a show that we attend again next year
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Plymouth Tea Iced Tea Recipe

When the weather is hot you sometimes need something a little cooler than your regular cuppa, but tea can still fit the bill - try an iced tea!

      This recipe will make 1 litre.

  • Place 3 bags or 6 tsps of your chosen Plymouth tea in a heat resistant jug or pitcher.
  • Add 1¼ cups of freshly boiled water and allow to infuse (brew) for 5 min.
  • Quarter fill a separate serving jug or pitcher with ice water,
  • Add the steeped tea ensuring you strain any leaves and fill up with ice water.
  • Sweeten to taste, or try adding some honey, cinnamon and slices of orange.

 There you have it - a great way to stay cool in the summer months. Enjoy!

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Top Chef Peter Gorton writes about Plymouth Tea

Top Chef Peter Gorton has written an article about Plymouth Tea in this month’s Beacon Advertiser, to read the article in full click here which will launch an online copy of the magazine, the article is on page 14.
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Plymouth Tea joins Food & Drink Devon

Plymouth Tea has recently been accepted into Food & Drink Devon.

They' represent a membership of like minded businesses dedicated to providing good quality local food & drink. The association is committed to continuously achieving its mission 'To make Love the Flavour a nationally recognised brand for outstanding sustainable food and drink.'

Plymouth Tea is a passionate supporter of small and independent business’s and Food & Drink Devon share this passion.

We are the only traditional tea company in Devon.

Please visit our profile page, which will be updated soon.

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The Strand Tea Rooms

Plymouth Tea is now available to buy at the Strand Tea Rooms on the Barbican in Plymouth!

The Strand is a Vintage Tea Room named after the area where it is located which was developed around the time Sir Francis Drake sailed the High Seas. The cobbled thoroughfare, previously called The Strand was re-named New Street in 1581.

Drake, Armada and Mayflower blends are all available to purchase

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The most Authentic Cream Tea in the world

Cream Teas are a British institution believed to have originated at Tavistock Abbey in the 11th century. They are very popular with locals and tourists alike.

Cream Teas consist of  a split Scone, Strawberry Jam , Clotted Cream and of course a pot of tea

We are the only tea company based in Devon, therefore if you want to have a cream tea make sure you insist on Plymouth Tea!

We will be launching later this month our ‘’Cream Tea by Post’’ section to our website so that you can order the most authentic Cream Tea in the world!

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