Suki Tea

Suki-teaThe name SUKI means Tea Master in Japanese. It is SUKI Tea’s ethos to return tea to a ritualistic event – something to enjoy and spend a little time over. SUKI Tea provides the total solution for serving loose tea and creating a cup of tea that is worth the same price and creates the same theatre as a latte.

Big leaf tea means the biggest flavours! And we have 19 ethically sourced teas and infusions to choose from, including four triple certified teas. Every bag is packed by hand which makes it fresher, better and more flavoursome.

But don’t think loose big leaf tea means big hassle – the easy to follow brew guides and portion controlled scoop make it as simple as can be!

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Fruit Infusions

Fruit Infusions

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  • Infusing herbs, flowers and/or dried fruit in boiling water
  • Fragrant, clean tastes
  • Caffeine-free alternative to tea
Herbal Infusions

Herbal Infusions

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  • Infusing herbs, flowers and/or dried fruit in boiling water
  • Fragrant, clean tastes
  • Caffeine-free alternative to tea
black-tea

Black Tea

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  • Black teas are fully oxidized
  • After withering, oxidation is encouraged through rolling, slightly bruising the leaves and exposing the juices to the air
  • Suki black teas are selected from the best Fairtrade estates
oolong

Oolong Tea & Blends

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  • Sometimes referred to as ‘Blue tea’, is a category of tea all on its own
  • Lies somewhere between a green and a black tea with a process of wilting, bruising and partially oxidizing
  • Suki selects its Oolong from the Fujian province of China
  • Perfect as an after dinner cup
Green tea

Green Tea

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  • White tea is the least processed of any tea as they don’t go through any oxidation at all
  • The dried buds have a silver-like appearance
  • Most white tea is produced in the Fujian province of China where Suki sources its teas
white-tea

White Tea

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  • White tea is the least processed of any tea as they don’t go through any oxidation at all
  • The dried buds have a silver-like appearance
  • Most white tea is produced in the Fujian province of China where Suki sources its teas