For The World's Greatest Teas


For premium quality, speciality loose leaf tea

We offer green, white, black, oolong and English loose leaf tea blends. These include China, Ceylon, Japanese, Assam and Darjeeling teas. Welcome to for the world’s greatest speciality loose leaf tea.

We are dedicated to supplying the world’s best loose leaf teas. These are sourced from areas of the world renown for the quality of their teas. All Grey’s Teas’ are produced using traditional orthodox methods and our large leaf grades give the best, most balanced flavours. New stocks from our shippers are constantly arriving so you can be sure of the freshest teas to assured quality standards. Many are sourced through members of the Ethical Tea Partnership. Furthermore, we have around twenty organic loose leaf teas.

Loose Leaf Tea Collections and Samples

Our Loose Leaf Tea Collections are available in ten themes. They make the perfect gift or introduction to speciality loose leaf tea. We also offer Gift Vouchers so that friends or family can choose the teas they prefer. To help you explore our teas you may order samples. See also our teapots and infusers.

We donate £0.50 per order to Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research. The charity aims to beat blood cancers. Loose leaf tea is known to be rich in antioxidant flavonoids thought to combat cancers so it is fitting that we partner with them.


  • Darjeeling Castleton First Flush 2015


    Castleton is one of the most famous Darjeeling gardens

    Castleton was established on the foothills between Darjeeling and Siliguri by Dr

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  • Assam Green Sewper Organic tea


    Assam Green Sewper organic : traditionally made organic green tea

    Assam Green Sewper Organic is light, floral and unmistakably green with

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  • China Yellow Sun


    China Yellow Sun from the Huang Shan Yellow Mountain area of Anhui Province.

    After drying, whilst still warm the young tea leaf is covered

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  • China Keemun Black Teas – an introduction.

    Keemun, from Qimen county in Anhui Province, is one of China’s ten famous teas, previously known as Tribute Teas. It was Britain’s favourite tea in the nineteenth century. These black teas are known as the ‘Burgundy of teas’ for their winey character, floral notes and orchid aroma. They ...

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  • Earl Grey and His Tea

    Discover more about the great man and his marvellous tea  Earl Grey is synonymous with the most famous blend of tea but who was he and how did the tea come about?   Earl Grey was not, surprisingly for some, in the tea business. He was born at the family ...

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  • Introduction to Yunnan Tea

    Tea from Yunnan province in south-west China Yunnan is a region having a border with Laos and Burma, extending north towards the Himalayas. This borderland is a craggy, mountainous area of thick jungle. It is considered the birthplace of tea with native tea trees growing wild - some reputed to ...

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