Drinking infusions that contain hibiscus, which often gives the deep red colour in fruity herbals, could be good for your health.
Our Tea Taster, Dominic Marriott, and an afternoon tea expert explore how to make the best afternoon tea at home.
Renowned as the epitome of Englishness, the cup of tea has a rich tradition in the British Isles. But there are many other countries where tea history goes back much further, where tea customs are very different to…
Our African Tea journey arrives in Uganda, a country that has overcome political turmoil to become Africa’s second largest tea producing country.
Our blog series on tea in Africa continues with Tanzania – an East African country with a strong tea industry.
Rwanda’s mountainous terrain, ample rainfall and rich volcanic soil make it perfect for tea cultivation, producing excellent quality teas.
Ahmad Tea has landed no fewer than five awards at Great Taste 2018 – bettering any of the previous years’ results. The judges singled out blends including Darjeeling Loose Tea and Teabag, Ceylon, Mint Mystique and Special Blend…
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 also a major exporter of tea.
With a tea history spanning several millennia, a rich tea tradition and producing hundreds of varieties – China is truly the home of tea. Here is a snapshot of tea in China.
Join our expert Tea Tasters and discover the world of Ahmad Tea, all the way from the slopes of far away lands to your cup.
Following successes in 2015 and 2016, Ahmad Tea has again been recognised at the annual Great Taste Awards with three blends picking up accolades – English Tea No.1, Rooibos & Cinnamon and Decaffeinated Earl Grey.