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BUY THE BEST TEA ONLINE AT GREY'S TEAS

Premium quality, speciality green tea, white tea, black tea, formosa & China oolong tea, organic, blended and Japanese teas.

We are dedicated to supplying the world's best loose 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 these are organic.

See our comprehensive choice of China, Assam, Darjeeling, Ceylon, Nepalese, Kenya and Japanese green teas - and buy the best black tea, oolong, green or white tea, classic blends, herbal infusions or flavoured teas here!

October's Featured Black Tea
October's Featured Black Tea Assam Tonganagaon Second Flush FTGFOP1 organic. A lovely malty yet elegant large leaf, tippy tea grown in one of north-east India's smallest estates in an area rich in bio-diversity. This full bodied tea has a most attractive slightly spicy character.
 
1st New Green Tea for October
Octobers 1st New Green tea

Ceylon Green Organic. Little known for its green teas this aromatic, medium bodied tea from the Uva region's Idugashena garden is an easy drinking tea for novice and committed green teas drinkers alike.
 
2nd New Green Tea for October
New Nepalese green tea

Neplese Celebration Green Tea. Another uncommon green tea - this one from Nepal. This refreshingly herbaceous, floral tea has a little sweetness and plenty of character. It has a deep, satisfying aroma.
Discover More About Tea
The less well-know tea growing areas of the world

New Tea Growing Areas of the World: Read our latest blog article about great teas from the less well-know tea growing areas of the world.

The Health Benefits of Japanese Green Teas Read our new blog article on these very special teas.

Milk first or last poll When you have milk with tea do you add it first or last? See what the concensus is by taking part in our latest poll.

 
 
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