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Say NO to plastic!

We’ve previously explained how different teas suit different water temperatures, but did you know that different teas should also be made in different tea pots for maximum flavour? One thing is for sure though, you should never use plastic to drink your tea as it can ruin the superior flavour. So what should you use?

Red Rose – Christmas Tea of the Month

Indulgent, rich and aesthetically beautiful, our exquisite blend of sweet black tea from the Zhejian with the blend of red roses from Jiansu come together to create a match made in heaven. Perfect for the cold months, this soothing tea has a deep floral fragrance and is great for aiding digestive issues. This tea can

Final call for our great competition!

It’s an exciting time for us at In Nature, with the launch of our four new teas and the exquisite new introduction to our fantastic range of wild honey – The Red Rose. To celebrate the season of giving, and the arrival of our wonderful new products, we have decided to run a competition for

Ethics Matter – Taste the Difference

We’re proud to offer the highest quality teas on the market – absolutely guaranteed and are committed to offering our customers the highest standard teas, whilst supporting tea picked by local farmers in China and cared for by their families for hundreds of years. Our fine teas are sourced from the highest mountains and only

The Temperature of Tea

Did you know that the temperature of your water can make a big difference to the quality and taste of your cup of tea? Just like different teas should be steeped for different periods of time, different tea leaves also require different water temperatures. Here’s our quick guide to water temperature: Oolong – Boiling water

Honey, A Natural Sweetener

At In Nature, we believe that our pure and natural teas are so delicious that they don’t require any sweetening. However, we also know that some people like a sweeter taste and that sometimes, a sweet treat is needed. We don’t believe in using artificial sweeteners or adding unhealthy processed sugars though; for a pure

The Dictionary of Tea

There’s a lot of terminology associated with tea and this can sometimes be confusing to the newcomer to the world of loose leaf teas. Here are our definitions on commonly used terms. Steeping: Allowing the tea leaves to rest in hot water until the liquid takes on the flavour of tea. Infusion: The flavour extracted

Tea with cake, anyone?

We love the occasional slice of cake and believe that sometimes there really is nothing better than enjoying a cup of tea with a tasty baked treat.  So, which teas are best with cakes and biscuits? Here are our suggestions, take your pick!   Black Tea If you’re partial to a slice of cake, such

Simply Pure

We’re really committed to the purity of our teas. We offer our customers the highest grade tea leaves available and sourced from the best tea gardens in the world, cared for by families who are committed to the tea tradition for the past centuries. Only the best leaves are selected which are flown every week