1st November

Tea Special Offers November 2021

Reginald Ames is offering a 30% discount on a great range of fantastic 1kg loose leaf teas and herbals for this month. Place your order between the 1st to the 30th November to receive your discount.

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61239 - Lemongrass Ginger & Honey

A blend of green tea, herbs, spices, and natural flavouring. This blend produces a lovely balance of citrus, spice and sweetness.

Brew with freshly drawn boiled water that has cooled for 2 minutes, for 3-5 minutes.


61040 - Blackcurrant with leaves

A black leaf blended with Blackberry Leaves and scented with Blackcurrant flavour.

Brew with freshly drawn boiled water for 3-5 minutes.


25080 - Snow Bud

Snow Bud has a beautiful silvery leaf manufactured from the finest white leaves of the highlands of South West Zhejiang Province in China (also manufactured in Fujian Province). The liquor is slightly pale with a distinctive brightness giving a complex sweet and floral character to the flavour with a slight nutty undertone.

To brew this tea it is best to use approximately 3g of tea per cup and to infuse for 4-5 minutes with water that is freshly drawn, boiled and allowed to cool for 2 minutes prior to brewing.


61055 - Chocolate flavoured tea
A black Chinese leaf that is blended with cocoa husk, cocoa beans, sunflower petals, and scented with chocolate flavoured oil. The contrast of the black leaf and the yellow petals give this tea an attractive appearance, and the liquor delivers a rich chocolate taste to back up the fine chocolate smell you get from the Brew.

Brew with freshly drawn boiled water for 3-5 minutes.


20320 - Pu-Erh King

Aged black tea from the Yunnan province in China. A neat brown leaf that produces a dark liquor with a pungent mushroom character.
This Pu-Erh is Shou. It was aged for three years and kept packaged in the cartons or gunnysacks in the cool, dry, well-ventilated area.
Brew with freshly drawn boiled water for 3-5 minutes.


21100 - Lapsang Falcon

From the lower hills of the Wuyi Mountain range of Fujian Province in Eastern China. This fantastic tea grows in soil which naturally gives the leaf a light tarry character, this is enhanced further by firing the tea over wood chippings. Contrary to most perceptions of Lapsang, it is the teas with the most subtle of smokey characters (like this one) that is most sought after. Slightly more refined than the Lapsang Leopard. Works extremely well as an accompaniment to chocolate cake.

Brew with freshly drawn boiled water for 3-5 minutes. Experiment with it on its own or with any variation using milk, honey and/or lemon.


33200 - Ruby Brick

This Formosan tea is pressed into small square shaped bricks. These are joined together into one large brick, so you can break off one brick for each time you want to brew some tea. Produces a light brown liquor with flavours of pine.

Use water that has cooled for 2 minutes from boil, and brew for 3-5 minutes.