The culture of drinking tea is older than Hadrian’s Wall. It’s been around longer than the rise and fall of the Roman Empire and is older still than Stonehenge. For more than 5000 years people have indulged in the soothing sensations produced from supping a mellow cup of tea. In its birthplace of China tea drinking was recognised as one of the seven necessities of life and a form of daily medicine. It has since spread to become a daily habit and a source of relaxation for countless millions of people in every country across the world.
Whilst drunk in vast quantities, a lot of the tea people drink on a daily basis is a pale imitation of the truly authentic teas that exist in the world. As avid tea aficionados ourselves, we know that a better world exists. We believe that tea drinkers everywhere deserve better than the processed and mass-produced versions of tea you find on supermarket shelves. From this desire to improve people’s tea-drinking habits, Well tea was born.
At WellTea we have sourced over 100 of the highest quality and varied types of tea from the most highly rated plantations across the world. This includes the very best black, green, oolong, herbal & flavored teas that the world of tea drinking has to offer.
As keen tea enthusiasts, we’re also students and advocates of the tea ceremony and the ritualistic nature of brewing the perfect cup of tea. So along with the most exotic and enticing types of tea, we also offer an extensive range of teapots, cups and accessories which will equip you to enjoy the full aroma, taste, and texture our teas as its growers and harvesters intended.
Upgrading your tea drinking habits to that of the finest Chinese and Japanese teas will provide you with a source of inspiration and exploration, as well as relaxation. We believe it’s an experience you’ll want to share with others. So we provide a free gift-wrapping service. This will enable you to award friends, relatives, and loved ones the special gift of an introduction to the exotic world of teas to be found in the distant and exotic plantations of the orient.
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