Tea of the month:

Hedgerows & hibiscus Tea


Hedgerows & Hibiscus is our all natural take on a red berry, fruity tea. Hibiscus and rosehip is a traditional combination but we've added elderberry to enhance the flavour. It's a delicious, healthy, caffeine free herbal tea infusion to savour at anytime. Use code HEDGEROWS15 at checkout for 15% off your first order.


Brew with boiling water to your personal preference. We recommend at least 3 minutes to let the fruity flavours develop! This tea would be drunk without milk either hot or try it iced too! Once cool pour over ice maybe with a little honey or maple syrup.

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TWO SPOONS TEA


Tea is good for you. Tea comes in a myriad of flavours. Tea is grown in beautiful places by passionate people. Tea brings us together. We want to champion tea for all its worth through our expertise, experience and award winning products so that people rebuild an emotional connection with tea again.

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WHEN IT COMES TO TEA WE CAN BE A LITTLE JUDGEY...


...but in a good way! Every year The Guild of Fine Foods runs The Great Taste Awards, a brilliant scheme for accrediting fine food and drink. Some categories, like tea and herbal beverages, need specialist tasters on the judging panel and that’s where we come in. We’ve also entered some of our teas and come back with 5 stars so far. But before you say anything, we can’t judge categories that our teas are entered in. That would be naughty!!!

OUR APPROACH TO PACKAGING


We are passionate about transparency and doing the right thing. One of our priorities is ensuring we are plastic free. Our pouches, tea 'pillows' and labels are commercially compostable and can be put in your food waste bin. Our postal packaging is recyclable. We're not perfect and will always strive to improve. We want warm glows when drinking a Two Spoons brew.

OUR TEA RANGE


We’ve developed a range of single origin and blended teas that we love. They are from places we’ve been to or people we know. We’ve targeted specific growing regions and seasons to showcase our teas’ best attributes. So, put the kettle on and enjoy!

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Customer love on Trustpilot. our rating is 5/5!

This is my favourite blend of leaf tea I've drunk in my 55 years of drinking tea. And I've drunk A LOT of tea (Bucks Blend Loose Leaf)

Sarah C - Bucks

Fabulous tea and fabulous customer service.
I did not know what great tea tasted like until I tried Two Spoons!

Les P

These guys really know their tea! Expert global tea knowledge. You'll struggle to find a better quality tea.

Clarissa VL - Bucks

The best peppermint tea on the market and I have researched extensively.

Roland D - Surrey

Great tasting tea. These guys are masters at what they do.

Mike D - Bucks

Bungalow Blend is a great tea with a super flavour. Have bought a number of times already for myself and as presents. Will continue to do so. Give it a try!

Rupert

TEA TALES

  • THE FIELD

  • It all starts here – from the tea bush. There is a saying in tea that you can’t make good tea out of bad leaf. In other words, good quality is dependent on good agricultural practices.
  • THE FACTORY

  • This is where the plucked leaves get turned into dried tea and then packed into sacks. Different processes will take place depending on the type of tea being manufactured.
  • THE WAREHOUSE

  • Tea is stored in warehouses until they are ready for shipment. Tea is loaded into containers at the warehouse. This is Chai Trading in Mombasa.
  • THE PORT OF DEPARTURE

  • After the tea is containerised it is loaded on board huge container ships. Shipments have to be planned carefully because sometimes vessels only call in at port for a short time.
  • THE SHIP

  • Our teas leave from the ports of Colombo, Mombasa and Kolkata. They take between 4-6 weeks to arrive.
  • THE PORT OF ARRIVAL

  • The containers are unloaded at Felixstowe and then warehoused.
  • BLENDING

  • The containers are unloaded at Felixstowe and then warehoused. Our tea is blended by our friend Will at Fine Tea Merchants. Not only is he a forklift wizard, he literally wrote the book on tea!
  • THE KETTLE

  • Final destination!

THE FIELD

It all starts here – from the tea bush. There is a saying in tea that you can’t make good tea out of bad leaf. In other words, good quality is dependent on good agricultural practices.

THE FACTORY

This is where the plucked leaves get turned into dried tea and then packed into sacks. Different processes will take place depending on the type of tea being manufactured.

THE WAREHOUSE

Tea is stored in warehouses until they are ready for shipment. Tea is loaded into containers at the warehouse. This is Chai Trading in Mombasa.

THE PORT OF DEPARTURE

After the tea is containerised it is loaded on board huge container ships. Shipments have to be planned carefully because sometimes vessels only call in at port for a short time.

THE SHIP

Our teas leave from the ports of Colombo, Mombasa and Kolkata. They take between 4-6 weeks to arrive.

THE PORT OF ARRIVAL

The containers are unloaded at Felixstowe and then warehoused.

BLENDING

The containers are unloaded at Felixstowe and then warehoused. Our tea is blended by our friend Will at Fine Tea Merchants. Not only is he a forklift wizard, he literally wrote the book on tea! FINE TEA MERCHANTS

THE KETTLE

Final destination! SHOP TWO SPOONS TEA HERE

OUR CHARITY


Lindengate is a multi-award winning Nature based Health and Wellbeing Charity based in Wendover, Bucks, at the foot of the Chiltern Hills.