Exploring the wonderful world of Oolong. Our Tea Tasters were treated to the flavours and aromas of a trio of speciality Oolong teas from Taiwan.
17 May 2019
Rwanda’s mountainous terrain, ample rainfall and rich volcanic soil make it perfect for tea cultivation, producing excellent quality teas.
07 April 2019
Our team of Tea Tasters are crucial to maintaining a top quality product. Here’s an insight into art of Tea Tasting at Ahmad Tea HQ.
04 January 2019
Here’s Tea Taster, Dominic Marriott’s guide to brewing the perfect cup of loose leaf tea.
22 March 2018
Here’s Tea Taster, Dominic Marriott’s guide to brewing the perfect cup of tea using a teabag. It really isn’t rocket science
05 February 2018
Tea production in India has come a long way in a relatively short space of time. Nowadays India is synonymous with tea and is the world’s second largest...
17 January 2018
The rugged terrain of Sri Lanka produces a wonderful variety of tastes and colours that make Ceylon Tea famous all over the world.
The first Kenyan tea was grown in 1903 by a European settler named Caine. Since then, Kenya has become Africa’s largest tea producer and one of...
31 October 2017
Rooibos tea is made from the leaves of a shrub-like plant known as Aspalathus linearis which is native only to South Africa. When brewed, this naturally...
30 October 2017
We sent Amin, our trainee tea taster, to Sri Lanka – an island nation famous for its lovely beaches, beautiful scenery and ancient temples that is...
29 October 2017