Queen of Camellias

    Queen of Camellias is passionate about all things tea, herbs and the planet, therefore they aim to sell and promote top quality organic produce where possible. Queen of Camellias keep packaging to a minimum and use recyled and recyclable packaging to help cut down on waste. Queen of Camellias was created and is run by Arlene Burnett. You can find Arlene out with the Queen of Camellias stall Friday to Sunday throughout the year at Vegan, Wellbeing and Food Fayres across the UK as well as regular Farmers Markets within the Midlands area where she is happy to help you find the right teas and herbs for your needs as…



    We are delighted to announce that Tregothnan will be exhibiting at The Great British Tea Festival 2018. Tregothnan are the first ever British tea company to have created a range of black and green teas homegrown on British soil. Tregothnan blend their Cornish tea with the finest leaves from Assam and Darjeeling to create distinctive flavours. Fresh plucked tea from the each season’s flush can be despatched every weekday from Tregothnan. The leaves are transported to you overnight ready for you to enjoy immediately or store for a few days in the refrigerator. This decadent and delicious tea is lightly scented with the flowers from the tea bushes themselves, the…


    Tea by Me

    We are delighted to announce that Tea by Me will be exhibiting at The Great British Tea Festival. Black tea, green tea, white tea…whatever your favourite is, almost all kinds of tea are made with leaves from this tea plant, the Camellia Sinensis. It was the Chinese who started thousands of years ago with growing and drinking tea.   With the tea plant of Tea by Me and with some love & attention you can grow and make your own tea. Special Plant Zunder has taken over 10 years to develop. Now you can grow and drink your own home-made tea. For more information about Tea by Me, click here!  


    Jane Pettigrew

    Jane Pettigrew is a tea specialist, historian, writer and consultant. Since 1983, she has been working in the UK and around the world to explain and share the fascinating world of tea. She has written 15 books on the many and varied aspects of tea, its production, history and culture, and she writes for tea related magazines and journals. She also gives regular tea masterclasses and tea tastings, speaks on radio and TV and acts as consultant to tea companies, new tea businesses, table ware and tea ware companies. For more information about the UK Tea Academy, click here.     Books by Jane Pettigrew   THE NEW TEA COMPANION…


    Team Tea

    We are delighted to announce that Team Tea will be exhibiting at The Great British Tea Festival. At Team Tea it is our mission to make every tea you drink great. We are passionate about selecting only the finest loose leaf teas, ethically sourced and never compromising on taste or quality. Our sustainable packaging has been designed to protect your teas on the move and be kind to the planet. Join us on our journey to banish disappointing brews. For information about Team Tea, click here!


    Her & the Yarn

    We are delighted to announce that Her & the Yarn will be exhibiting at The Great British Tea Festival. You can follow Her & the Yarn here!


    Ridiculously Rich by Alana

    We are delighted to announce that Ridiculously Rich by Alana is exhibiting at The Great British Tea Festival 2018. Under the guiding hand of our head cake-maker Alana Spencer, the baking team at Ridiculously Rich (fondly referred to as our loyal ‘Oompa-Loompas’) are endlessly devoted to deliciousness. Our approach in the kitchen is perfectionist, experimental, flavour-obsessed, and motivated by all things indulgent. We’re proudly picky when it comes to refining our cake recipes. Developed by Alana over years of kitchen research (that is, tasting and trialling all sorts of scrumptiously sweet stuff) the cakes in our signature collection are meticulously hand-crafted in Wales from the finest ingredients. Imagine divinely dark…

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