Tea Menu

The Tea room loves tea!

All tea is good for you, so drink a tea you enjoy or expand your tea repertoire by trying a different tea on each visit to The Tea Room. All tea contains antioxidants called polyphenols, flavonoids, and catenins. The beauty of tea is that while it all comes from the same plant (camellia sinensis), the conditions where it is grown – soil, climate, elevation and drying – can provide vastly different and unique flavours for us to enjoy.

  • Small Loose Leaf Tea Bag (50g)


  • Large Loose Leaf Tea Bag (100g)


  • Loose Leaf Tea Canister (100g)


Blended Black Teas

Our master tea blender only uses high grown, premium quality black
teas. All blends contain natural ingredients, flavours, flower blossoms
and or spices.

  • Buckingham Palace

    One of the Queen’s favourite blends. Earl Grey, soft green Jasmine, malty Assam, savoury Ceylon, and brisk Kenyan.
  • Canadian Breakfast

    This is a wonderful anytime of day tea. Blended with Assam, Ceylon Orange Pekoe, Nilgiri, Sumatra, Darjeeling, and China teas.
  • Chai

    A famous beverage from India which is popular worldwide. Blended with vanilla, cardamom, cloves, pepper, cinnamon and ginger. Good with milk.
  • English Breakfast

    Blended in the traditional British manner with Orange Pekoe, Assam and Darjeeling.
  • Earl Grey Cream

    Classic Earl Grey tea enriched with vanilla and blue blossoms. The result; very smooth and rich. A staff favourite!
  • Earl Grey

    A classic in the English tradition. Flavoured with natural bergamot and enriched with orange peel and blossoms.
  • Irish Breakfast

    A strong full-bodied tea blended in the Irish tradition. Assam, Darjeeling, and finest Kenyan.
  • Lady Grey

    This blend is enriched with french lavendar flowers.
  • Strawberry Chocolate

    Finest Ceylon Orange Pekoe blended with chocolate pieces, pieces of strawberry fruit and safflowers.
  • Caramel Cream Tea

    This tea is a creation of finest Ceylon Orange Pekoe, tempting creamy caramel pieces and the sweet full flavour of caramel with a hint of vanilla.
  • Lemon Cream Tea

    This Ceylon OP is blended with flower blossoms and the best lemon cream flavour combination.
  • Caramel Cream Tea

    This tea is a creation of finest Ceylon Orange Pekoe, tempting creamy caramel pieces and and the sweet full flabour of caramel with a hint of vanilla.

Black Teas

Black Tea from classic tea regions. Fully oxidized tea leaves

  • Assam

    India - A strong aromatic, full-bodied tea with a malty flavour.
  • Orange Pekoe

    It has a rich, yet mild flavour and has nothing to do with the citrus fruit.
  • Darjeeling

    India - known as the ”champagne of teas.” A premium product (2nd flush) because of its high elevation in the Himalayan Province of Darjeeling in Northern India. Thin-bodied, light coloured, delicate muscatel flavour and aroma
  • Lapsang Souchong

    China - A large leaf black tea that is smoked over resin rich pine wood. It provides the tea with an intense smoky flavour.


Although this is the same plant used to make black and green teas, the processing of oolong differentiates it from both. It is a partially fermented tea known for an array of health benefits.

  • Peach Blossom

    Blended with oolong and a sweet peach taste.
  • Ginger Lemon

    Blended with Se Chung Oolong, ginger, lemon myrtle, lemongrass and calendula.

Green Teas

Green teas have undergone minimal oxidation during processing. Many varieties of green teas have been created in countries where it is grown. Each can differ substantially due to growing conditions, processing, and harvesting.

  • Sencha Turmeric Lime

    Finest Sencha blended with our turmeric spice blend and natural lime flavour. This aromatic tea blend contains turmeric root, which is well known for its many health benifits.
  • Whole Fruit

    Blended with a variety of the finest China green teas, apple cubes, blackberries, cranberries, raspberries, elderberries, blueberries, cherries, flower blossoms and natural fruity flavour combinations.
  • Sencha Caribbean Dreams

    Flavoured with exotic fruit essence, a variety of blossoms and various fruits.
  • Chun Mee

    A classic Chinese green tea. Golden-bodied, subtle sweetness, invigorating and stimulating.
  • Jasmine

    A classic tea scented with jasmine flowers

Caffeine-Free Teas

Fruit Teas

  • Apple Cinnamon

    Blended with apple cubes, cinnamon, orange peels, rose hip and natural cinnamon flavour.
  • Canadian Blueberry

    Canadian blueberries, apple cubes, hibiscus, orange peel and rose hip.
  • Ginger Lime

    Apple, rose hip, ginger, coriander, lemongrass and lemon verbena. Wonderful ginger flavour with a hint of citrus.
  • Sweet Peach

    Combination of apple cubes, hibiscus, rose hip, sumptuous sunflowers and peach flavour.
  • Fruity Orange

    Apples, pieces of orange fruit, rose hip, hibiscus, elderberries and a sweet orange flavour.
  • Passionfruit

    pieces, hibiscus, rose hip, papaya, melon and passionfruit flavor.
  • Raspberry

    A top grade fruit tea with pieces of raspberry fruit and leaves. Recommended to promote the onset of labour.


  • Chamomile

    Gentle and caressing. Known to help with aches, pains, cramps, softer skin and to help one sleep easier. Known as “The Queen of contentment”.
  • Peppermint

    The British take their mint seriously and feel it is the “cure all” of teas. Helps with headaches, nausea, toothaches, digestion and body odour.
  • Lavender

    The benefits of this fragrant floral tea include its ability to relieve stress, promote restful sleep, calm the nerves and improve one’s mood.


  • Natural

    Referred to as “Red Bush tea” and popular in South Africa, it is a cultivated crop with an aromatic, naturally sweet taste. It is known to be rich in minerals such as magnesium, calcium , iron and copper. Studies have shown that rooibos is beneficial in the treatment of allergies, eczema and insomnia.
  • Bora Bora Mango

    Like the island, one sip of Bora Bora and you’ll never want to give it up. This blend is a full-bodied rooibos with sweet mango character. It’s a true taste of the South Pacific.
  • Lemon Garden

    A blend of Rooibos, lemon peel and lemongrass. Smooth and relaxing.


  • Honeybush Vanilla

    Blended with finest bourbon vanilla pieces, spices and natural vanilla flavour.
  • Cranberry Cream

    Fruity combination of Canadian cranberries blended with honeybush, fiery safflowers, rose petals and vanilla.
  • Natural

    Comes from the mountains of the southern cape in South Africa. It grows in the wilderness and has a subtle honey-like aroma. Honeybush belongs to the rooibos family of teas, is caffeine-free and has a low tannin content. It has a naturally sweet taste.

Yerba Mate

  • Spicy Orange

    Blended with spices, blossoms and natural orange flavour.
  • Natural

    Yerba Mate teas are said to be one of the healthiest beverages on earth. This tea is legendary throughout South America for alleviating fatigue and stress, boosting immunity, toning the nervous system, and giving tea drinkers a refreshing sense of mental clarity. It is hand picked in South American rainforests. There are no fertilizers or pesticides needed. Local Indian tribes have harvested yerba mate for hundreds of years. Many of them live to be more than one hundred years of age and it is believed it is because of the high levels of antioxidants found in the tea.

Wellness Teas

  • Balancing

    A carefully balanced tea for the quiet moments, to put your body back in balance. Blended with rose hips, apple, raspberry leaves, lemon verbena, elderberries, cinnamon and cardamom.
  • Bamboo Chamomile

    (Hair and Nails) Bamboo is a great source of silica, a micro-nutrient that is crucial for the healthy growth and development of our bodies. The other main ingredient Chamomile is quite often added to shampoo due to its ability to add shine to hair. These two incredible ingredients gives a delicious herbaceous blend with a pineapple chamomile finish.
  • Belly Be Calm (Digestion)

    If your stomach is rumbling and it isn’t from hunger, this tea is for you. This blend of peppermint, known as a digestive aid, calms the muscles of the stomach and improves the flow of bile, which the body uses to digest fats. It also incorporates cinnamon, cardamom, lemon balm and ginger, a collection of herbs said to aid digestion. This blend is rounded out by antioxidant rich licorice, fennel, and burdock root, all of which are considered to be digestive powerhouses.
  • Cleanse and Refresh (Detox)

    In today’s day and age we are exposed to toxins on a daily basis. This herbal blend will help with detoxification. Tulsi, also known as holy basil and a great source of vitamin K, is important in transporting calcium throughout the body, aids in digestion and promotes weight loss. This blend also contains licorice, ginger and burdock root which are all said to relieve digestive issues. In addition, this blend contains Dandelion root which also helps aid in cleansing the liver. This tea gives a pleasant fruity cup with a gingery finish.
  • Head to Toes (Arthritis)

    As we age many of us suffer from arthritis or achy bones. For years there have been many natural remedies to help with what ails us. This tea offers a rich combination of such time honoured herbs.The blend starts with turmeric which is known as an effective antidote to stiff, sore joints. It also includes Fennel, known to ease the joints, and licorice flavour to round out the blend. A pinch of Burdock Root delivers the final dose of joint relief. The citrus, flowers, and assorted spices ensure this tea is as delicious as it is healing. If you’re feeling the weather change in your joints, you need some Head to Toes in your cup!
  • Huh? (Memory)

    Finding yourself saying “huh?” more often than you like? Comprised of an antioxidant rich blend of herbs, green mate, tulsi, and citrus which results in a brain boosting blend. This tea delivers soft notes of fruit with a rosemary finish.
  • Raspberry Lemon Verbena (Relaxation)

    Feeling stressed and need to relax. A cup of this tea will help you calm down. This blend of apple, lemon verbena, lemongrass, hibiscus, and raspberry gives a fruity cup full of antioxidants to help soothe the nerves.
  • Zesty Tulsi (Cold and Flu)

    From the first time our ancestors placed herbs in a cup of hot water, people have been making homemade remedies for the common cold. This tea is a delicious and refined way to fend off the symptoms of a cold or flu that is dragging you down. It is a blend of Ginger, Tulsi, Cinnamon, Anise, Orange, Apple, Star Anise and Pink Peppercorns.