For premium quality, speciality loose leaf teas. We offer green, white, black, oolong and English tea blends. These include China, Ceylon, Japanese, Assam and Darjeeling teas. Welcome to Grey’s Teas, for the world’s greatest teas.
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. Produced using traditional orthodox methods our large leaf grades give more 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 the Ethical Tea Partnership. About twenty of our teas are organic.
We donate £0.50 per order to Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research. The charity aims to beat blood cancers. Tea is known to be rich in antioxidant flavonoids thought to combat cancers so it is fitting that we partner with them.
The Lelsa garden is located in the Kericho district in Kenya's eastern Rift Valley. This is a budset white tea with long needle-like buds over
Thai Jing Shuan (Jin Xuan) Oolong is an olive-green closed leaf tea which is lightly oxidised from the heavily forested part of northern Thailand
A TGFOP1 grade orthodox tea from Kenya: It has a lovely appley and caramel aroma. Bronze in the cup it is full bodied, rich and smooth with that
A rare, organic, large leaf Nilgiri that is not easily found. In fact Thiashola is the oldest of Nilgiri's tea gardens having been established in
Tiger Hill is one of the most respected of the Nilgiri tea gardens. At an altitude of 8,500 ft the weather is perfect for growing the best tea.
This is a sencha style, second flush tea picked in June. It has a long, dark green leaf which is steamed and pressed flat. In the cup it produces
Wiry black leaves produce a wonderful cup. From Anhui province, this Imperial grade Keemun, picked in March and April, has a natural orchid
A large needle-like green tea produced in Anhui Province. The delicate leaves have evident bud having been picked early in the season then
By using loose leaf tea Loose leaf tea, especially large leaf grades make the best tea, as given a little time, they enable a balanced set of flavours infuse. There are however differences in how black, green oolong or white teas should be brewed and some famous China teas and ...Read More