Tea & Coffee Menu
Teapigs support the Noel Orphanage in Rwanda. The orphanage is opposite the tea estate from which much of the tea is sourced. All the teas are 100% natural, all packaging is biodegradable. The Everyday Brew is Rainforest alliance certified. They believe in something pure and simple – no airs. no graces. just fine tea.
Teapigs Organic Matcha
100% green tea leaves from Japan, ground to a very fine powder, teapigs organic matcha is the healthiest tea in the world. 2 serving contains the nutritional slue of 25 cups of regular green tea—it has 70 times the antioxidants of orange juice and raises energy steadily over 4-6 hours. Pretty amazing.
All other teas and infusions
Rooibos and Red Teas
A nutrient-rich, earthy blend of honey bush and rooibos, two South African shrubs. They grow only in the Cedarburg mountain region of South Africa and are harvested and prepared in much the same way as regular tea.
Rooibos crème caramel
This tea has it all – the woody, nutty rooibas rich in antioxidants and nutrients, making it a very healthy cup, and the chunks of caramel make it a sweet, rich, comforting drink to rival any scrumptious dessert.
Spiced winter red
The best bits of winter have been captured. Mulled wine and mistletoe. Winter coats and rosy cheeks. Tea and warming spices. A blend of orange, cloves and cinnamon on red tea base, perfect on a crisp frosty day.
Lemon and ginger
This all natural, gingery lemon brew will sweep you away to a British summer`s day. There is no match for the ginger kick and refreshing lemon in this blend. Equally refreshing hot or cold.
Most camomile teas are made by crushing the flowers – not a nice thing to do. The best chamomile tea comes from brewing the whole flowers – which is exactly what teapigs do. Chamomile is soothing and aids sleep.
Teapigs peppermint tea is fresher and finer than any mint teabag you have tasted before because, as with their regular teas they insist on whole leaves. Sip this when your stomach is grumbling.
Lemongrass is drunk all over Asia as a digestive aid, helping to kill off any tummy nasties. Originally from Malaysia and known as an ingredient in Thai cooking, it makes a sweet lime and citrus drink.
Teapig cannot get enough of blueberries and cranberries since they found out they are packed full of super powers. For an antioxidant boost, try this blend of real berry pieces which deliver a unique, punchy taste.
Liquorice and peppermint
Liquorice has been used for centuries in Chinese medicine and is also extremely popular with the Dutch. Pure liquorice root has been blended with whole peppermint leaves to create a naturally sweet and refreshing drink.
Yerba mate is native to South America , where it is drunk to increase focus and alertness while helping with detoxing and weight loss. And all with allegedly without side effects – hurrah! Tastes like a smoky green tea.
Green and White Teas
Mao feng green tea
If you drink green tea for its health benefits rather than flavour, think again. This tea has both. It has a delicate natural flavour of summer air, peaches and apricots and, unlike most green teas, it turns a clear pale green when infused.
Green tea with mint
Traditional green tea with mint uses Gunpowder Green, a tea so strong that sugar is needed to remove the astringency. This one has a delicate green tea called Precious Eyebrows. Better to change the base tea than your teeth.
This tea has flourished from humble beginnings – Japanese peasants used to mix green tea with toasted rice to make it go further. It is now celebrated in its own right as Genmaicha or Popcorn tea. A unique blend with a `sugar puffs` undertone.
Pearls of hand-rolled green tea tips which have been delicately infused with pure jasmine flowers – the leaves are just allowed to rest amongst the flowers to pick up their floral scent.
Silver tips white tea
In the Chinese province of Fujian, the tea buds are plucked within two hours of sprouting then withered naturally in the sun. Possibly one of their most exclusive teas – refreshing, light and aromatic.
Signature blend consisting of three glorious teas: a gutsy Assam, a mellow Ceylon and a powerful Rwandan newcomer. Together they form a balanced, malty, zesty alliance. A perfect start to every day.
Darjeeling earl grey
Most earl greys use poor quality China base tea, which is like palming yourself off as a landed gentry when all you own is a Barbour jacket. The finest Darjeeling has been used and add it to the zesty bergamot citrus from sunny southern Italy.
Variations of aromatic, spiced, milky tea have been the Indian drink of choice for years. Rich malty Assam tea blended with cardamom pods, cinnamon and ginger to develop a deliciously blended beverage – it`s India in a cup.
This chilli chai is a hot twist on the traditional chai, it contains flakes of real chilli. This chai is for those that do not order korma and plain naan from the local curry house.
Chocolate flake tea
It`s a surprise no-one else has ever thought of this before, given how often we dunk chocolate biscuits into cups of tea. Tea and chocolate – a partnership so perfect it belongs between the pages of a Mills and Boon novel.
Tung ting oolong
Tung Ting tea is named after the mountainous Taiwanese region where it grows. Blue tea is a part – fermented tea, with the strength of a black tea but the aromatic flavour of a green.
We offer a selection of some of the finest coffees from around the world sealed in capsules by Nespresso for perfect freshness and flavour. Either flavour can be chosen for the coffee of your choice.
Ristretto– Full-bodied and persistent
Pure and dark-roasted South and Central American Arabicas make Ristretto a coffee with a dense body and distinct cocoa-notes. Ideal for Americano and breakfast and cappuccino.
Espresso Forte– Round and balanced
Made exclusively from South and Central American Arabicas, the complex aroma of this intensely roasted espresso is a balance of strong roasted and fruity notes. Morning pick me up or after dinner.
Lungo Forte – Elegant and roasted
A complex blend of South and Central American Arabicas, Lungo Forte holds intense roasted notes with a subtle hint of fruit. Ideal for latte and long coffees.
Lungo Origin Guatemala—Bold and Silky
A blend of Arabica and washed Gourmet Robusta coffee, Lungo Origin Guatemala is a smooth and balanced blend with intense dry and malty cereal note underlining its bold character.
Espresso Decaffeinato—Dense and Powerful
Dar roasted South American Arabicas with a touch of Robusta bring out the subtle cocoa and roasted cereal notes of this full-bodied decaffeinated espresso.
A short, intensely flavoursome and rich coffee
Two shots of intensely flavoursome and rich coffee
Espresso diluted with hot water
A small latte served in a cup not a glass
Espresso with smooth steamed milk and glossy wet foam finished with a light dusting of chocolate
Espresso topped with velvety smooth steamed milk
Espresso topped with a little cap of foam
An indulgent blend of espresso and hot chocolate topped with velvety steamed milk
Greek-covered coffee made from coffee
Made from fine cocoa powder and fresh milk brewed, stirred and steamed
Made from fine cocoa powder and fresh milk brewed, stirred and steamed. Topped with fresh whipped cream and baby marshmallows
with Cream and Marshmallows – £2.80
Add a flavour from our syrups section