Camomile or Chamomile? That is the Question
Camomile or chamomile, caffeinated or non-caffeinated? That is the question. We've got everything you need to know about this fragrant herbal infusion.
The Great Tea Debate: Tea With or Without Milk?
How do you take your tea?’. Often followed with ‘one lump or two?’ But when it comes to milk in tea, do you, don’t you, should you or won’t you? We dive into the great debate!
Earl Grey Flavours from Twinings - Discover our Range
Earl Grey has practically become synonymous with Twinings. It was invented at our shop on the Strand in 1831 at the behest of the Prime Minster Charles Grey.
Understand the Tea Terms with Twinings Tea Glossary
Tea-minology - all you need to know when tasting tea. The world of tea has a whole language unto itself so we’ve created a glossary of tea terms to help.
Jacksons of Piccadilly - Luxury Fairtrade Teas
Our comprehensive range of premium ethical teas offer exceptional flavours from a wide variety of Fairtrade registered growers, with superior black teas, speciality teas, authentic Sencha Green teas and a selection of infusions to suit the most discerning tastes.
Brewing Without a Tea Infuser
In the UK, we usually depend on an infuser or strainer to brew our loose leaf teas as it helps reduce chances of over brewing and makes for easier drinking.
Tea Categories & Origins
Yunnan, Assam, oolong, Long Jing, black and blue… With so many kinds of tea available, it’s easy to feel lost in a sea of names and colours. But when it comes to types of tea, it could essentially be boiled down to two things - category and origin.
Is Green Tea Hydrating?
There’s a common misconception that caffeinated drinks like tea and coffee are dehydrating.