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Author Archives: Trumpers Tea
This hardy, yet prolific little tea bush whose leaves are plucked to make our cherished brew is in actual fact a member of the Camellia family – Camellia sinensis to be precise. A relation of the same evergreen shrub, so … Continue reading
We were delighted this week to pop into Castle House, Hereford, to try a truly innovative Crème Brulee with a difference – this one was flavoured using our very own Chai! Slightly biased I realise but is was truly delicious. … Continue reading
Last weekend the team from Trumpers Tea, along with a band of willing helpers, set off to take our positions at the local food festival – the newly branded ‘Flavours of Herefordshire Festival’.
One of the best bits about my job is catching up with old friends around the world. Last month, when I was working for Tetley in Tanzania, I ran a workshop with smallholder farmers on climate change and mitigation. I hadn’t … Continue reading
For the first time in many months, I read the papers yesterday and came across a great article by Sarah Morrison in the Independent entitled ‘Fairtrade – Is it really fair?’
Treat your Mum this Sunday with a perfect pot of tea for Mothering Sunday! The ceremony of making a perfect brew in a special teapot will create a wonderful moment to share – perhaps you’ll even manage to take it … Continue reading
Orange Rooibos for the New Year – a wonderful cup, bursting with antioxidants to get you through January
Our new ‘stump’ teapots make loose-leaf tea easy, with an integral infuser, and great, colourful design.