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Who knew that the humble Camellia made such a great tasting brew?

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

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Great British institutions: The food festival

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’.

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Reunion in Tanzania

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

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Make the perfect cup of tea for Mothering Sunday

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

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Teapots that make loose tea easy

Our new ‘stump’ teapots make loose-leaf tea easy, with an integral infuser, and great, colourful design.

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Great Taste Awards – Trumpers tea wins gold!

Trumpers Tea are thrilled to have won three gold stars in this year’s Great Taste Awards, the Oscars of the food and drink worlds. We’ve been recognised with stars for our Green tea, Malawi Oolong and Malawi Black blends.

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