DOLPHIN TEA (FOR MIDDLE EAST MARKET)

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DOLPHIN TEA
Earl Grey
100 Tea Bags 200g
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DOLPHIN TEA
Black
100 Tea Bags 200g
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DOLPHIN TEA
Earl Grey (PET Bottle)
225g Leaf Tea
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DOLPHIN TEA
Earl Grey
500g Leaf Tea
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DOLPHIN TEA
Earl Grey
100g Leaf Tea
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DOLPHIN TEA
Black
500g Leaf Tea
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DOLPHIN TEA
Black
100g Leaf Tea


DOLPHIN TEA (FOR EUROPEAN MARKET)

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DOLPHIN TEA
Black
500g Leaf Tea
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DOLPHIN TEA
Earl Gray
500g Leaf Tea
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DOLPHIN TEA
Cardamom
500g Leaf Tea
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DOLPHIN TEA
Black
100Tea Bag / 200g
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DOLPHIN TEA
Earl Grey
100Tea Bag / 200g
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DOLPHIN TEA
Cardamom
100Tea Bags / 200g


 

AVA TEA
Black (Long Leaf)
500g
AVA TEA
Black (Long Leaf)
1000g
AVA TEA
Black (Long Leaf)
1500g

TEA

The history of tea is fascinating and offers great insight into the history of our world. Since tea was first discovered in China, it has traveled the world conquering the thirsts of virtually every country on the planet.

Tea is the most popular beverage in the world as well as one of the healthiest. If you have ever wondered where tea comes from and how we got to the point where tea is served in virtually every corner of the world, steep a hot cup of tea and explore the history of the simple tea leaf over the centuries!

One legend claims that the discovery of tea occurred in 2737 BC by the Emperor of China. For several hundred years, people drank tea because of its herbal medicinal qualities. By the time of the Western Zhou Dynasty, tea was used as a religious offering. During the Han Dynasty (202 BC – 220 AD), tea plants were quite limited and only royalty and the rich drank tea not only for their health but also for the taste. As more tea plants were discovered during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907), tea drinking became more common among lower classes and the Chinese government supported the planting of tea plants and even the building of tea shops so everyone could enjoy tea.

Also during the Tang Dynasty, tea spread to Japan by Japanese priests studying in China. Similar to the Chinese adoption of tea, tea was first consumed by priests and the rich for its medicinal properties. Tea is often associated with Zen Buddhism in Japan because priests drank tea to stay awake and meditate. Soon, the Buddhists developed the Japanese Tea Ceremony for sharing tea in a sacred, spiritual manner. The Emperor of Japan enjoyed tea very much and imported tea seeds from China to be planted in Japan, making tea available to more people.

  • Tea contains antioxidants (anti-aging).
  • Tea has relaxing theine.
  • Tea is good for digestion.
  • Tea may reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke.
  • Tea protects your bones.
  • Tea protects your bones.
  • Tea bolsters your immune defences.
  • Tea protects against cancer.
  • Tea helps keep you hydrated.

TEA is passionate about creating the teas that is exceptional in every way. Our master blenders travel the world for the very best tea leaves and take great care at every stage of production, from leaf to cup, to ensure that your cup of tea is always perfect.