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Butter Truffle
Butter Truffle

Butter Truffle
Balance Tea - New!
Balance Tea - New!
Try this tea with Ayurvedic soothness and balances for the body and mind
Balance Tea - New!
Chrysanthemum Iced Tea
Chrysanthemum Iced Tea
Iced tea! Great refreshment.
Chrysanthemum Iced Tea
Mint Berry Iced Tea
Mint Berry Iced Tea
Summer 2013 Iced tea! Great refreshment.
Mint Berry Iced Tea
Glass Warmer Miko
Glass Warmer Miko
Complete your tea pot set with this glass warmer "miko"
Glass Warmer Miko
Infusers, Strainers

Don't hesitate to replace your old strainer with a new one. We have replacement strainer for Beehouse teapots, Chatsford teapots and Teeli strainers which fit to most of the teapot size opening

Tea Pots

Tea Times selects premium brands which have met our highest quality standards in designs, durability and price. The pots varies from fine bone china, earthenware, ceramic, glass to cast iron. Designed brands are: Chatsford, Brown Betty, Bee house and Lomonosov.

New Arrivals Tea

Tea Time works hard to give our customer their best value for money and equip them with information of the new arrivals of the loose leaf tea of the harvest, new blends, new taste and new of the year and new arrival of the season.

Assam Tea Estates

Grown in North Eastern India, Assam tea is often referred to as the “strong one”. Its tea with rich and pungent aroma also called “malty” is a characteristic of the Assam tea. 

Tea Sets

Tea Time presents glass, ceramics and porcelain tea set from proven quality origins from Japan, Canada and Europe. The English fine bone china tea set is represented by the collection of Lomonosov. Yixing-ware designs, chosen by Tea Time add on the fullness of our tea sets that price and quality reflected.

Ceylon Tea Estates

Sri-Lankan Tea (known as Ceylon Tea in the trade) became a major player in world markets partly thanks to the efforts of British Empire citizen James Taylor, who— later known as Sir Lipton. He was the first, who in the 18th century exported Ceylon tea to the West. 

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