Rare Tea Company

Tea shops and enthusiasts are located around the world. Some take their enthusiasm and make it into an amazing company. Henrietta Lovell, in particular, lives in London and created a company that is not only known world wide but is renown for their superb tea that is sourced directly from rare tea farms around the world.

Website: https://rareteacompany.com/

Location: London, United Kingdom. Online and in these locations.

Company Focus:

  • Sustainably Sourced Loose Leaf Tea

Most popular company tea(s)?

Do you participate in any charities?

  • Yes, a percentage of our revenue from all tea sold is donated to Rare Charity who support educational scholarships on our partner farms.
  • https://www.rarecharity.com/

What is your (or any of your other co-workers) favorite tea?

What are your thoughts on transparency in the tea industry?

What role does tea play in our lives?

  • Tea not only brings us daily comfort but good tea that is sustainably sourced can be a tool for change in tea communities across the globe.

Anything else you’d like to add?

  • Our #teachange campaign really highlights the power of direct trade. By always sourcing for quality over price we know we are bringing you the best tea possible; and by buying direct we know we are putting the value of your tea into the farmers hands not middle men. 
  • Sign up for our newsletter and get 10% off your first order!

Social Media:

TeaTiff Picks: RAFA Tea for Heroes English Breakfast. To sup on a fine tea is a great experience for the palate, to sup on a fine tea that supports Vets is an experience for the soul. For those who prefer a non-caffeinated experience I highly recommend the South African Wild Rooibos. It’s one of the best rooibos I’ve ever had.

Malawi Leafy Pu’er Tea & New Zealand Waikato Oolong

Published by teatiff

I'm a tea lover currently working on my tea specialist certification while juggling mom life.

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