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Tea in India

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
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Sri Lanka: Tea from the mountains

The rugged terrain of Sri Lanka produces a wonderful variety of tastes and colours that make Ceylon Tea famous all over the world.

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20 December 2017
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Attitude at Altitude: Climbing the Matterhorn for Charity

Ahmad Tea is proud to have contributed towards an outstanding achievement – Shadi Ganjavian-Connor’s climb of the Matterhorn in Switzerland...
15 December 2017
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Tea in Kenya

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
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Tea Tasters Journal: Visit to Sri Lanka

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
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Ahmad Tea wins three Great Taste Awards 2017

Ahmad Tea has again been recognised at the annual Great Taste Awards with three blends picking up accolades – English Tea No.1, Rooibos & Cinnamon...
01 October 2017
You can find us here in London: Portland Food & Wine 150 Southampton Row Bloomsbury LONDON, WC1B 5AN Portland Food & Wine 15 Kensington High...
31 July 2017
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How tea came to Britain – a story of pirates, princesses, and coffee

In Britain we are all avid drinks of tea, but it’s surprising how little we know of its history and how it came to our shores. Interestingly, Great...
14 September 2016
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Kangaita Orthodox tea

Over the years Africa is has become well known for producing good quality black tea, suitable for teabag blends. It’s processed through a CTC method,...
13 September 2016