Tregothnan Tea

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  • Tregothnan tea is a unique product from the United Kingdom’s first tea Garden. Putting the ‘English’ into English Tea.

    We are proud to be the first ever tea company to have created a range of teas homegrown on British soil. We blend our Cornish tea with the finest leaves from Assam and Darjeeling to create our distinctive flavours. Our range includes tea pyramids, tea sachets, loose tea and gifts.

    We also sell tea plants so you can start your own tea garden!

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    Fresh Tea

    Fresh plucked tea from the each season’s flush can be despatched every week day from Tregothnan. The leaves are transported to you overnight. Ready for you to enjoy immediately or store for a few days in the refrigerator. This decadent and delicious tea is lightly scented with the flowers from the tea bushes themselves. The rarest and most elegant varieties ever grown.

    Single Estate Tregothan Tea

    This extra special tea is made purely from Camellia sinensis leaves from the Tregothnan estate. Light and delicate flavours of the most British tea in history. Created in the warm and wet climate on the banks of the deep sea creek of the Fal. Many of the tea bushes now producing the finest teas made their way from China in the 1840’s. They came via Darjeeling, finally reaching Tregothnan in 1999. The soils and temperatures at Tregothnan have become second home to much of the flora associated with tea in Darjeeling. Some aficionados note muscatel notes and even Magnolia florals from the famous Magnolia campbellii.


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