by Curious Tea

Discover and enjoy gourmet loose tea from around the world

Every month we carefully choose unique high quality teas for our tea club.

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A tea lover's gift - loose leaf tea via subscription

More about what you get in the tea club boxes

Choose between light, dark or a mixture of tea types and get two different 50g pouches of highest quality gourmet tea every month. The tea comes in resealable zip pouches to stay fresher for longer. We also include detailed information about each tea and how best to enjoy it. It is all delivered in our customised packaging that is designed to fit through most letterboxes. It’s a great tea lover’s gift!

Our website features a tea blog that has detailed information about our teas, tea recipes and other tea related articles.

From the blog

July 2018 – Gourmet Loose Leaf Tea Subscription | Curious Tea

China Fuding Fujian Mo Li Feng Yan Jasmine Phoenix Eyes Scented Green Tea

Welcome to the July 2018 edition of the Curious Tea subscription! Let’s look at the four exciting new teas we’re sharing with our subscribers this month. This month our journey takes us to Fujian and Yunnan in China and to Darjeeling. The first light tea this month is Feng Yan…
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June 2018 – Gourmet Loose Leaf Tea Subscription | Curious Tea

Blog - China Fujian Wu Yi Shan Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong Unsmoked Lapsang Souchong

Welcome to June 2018 edition of Curious Tea’s subscriptions! Let’s look at the four exciting new teas we’re sharing with our subscribers this month. This month we have a focus on Fujian in China, as well as continuing the exploration of some of the more unusual Japanese teas that we…
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May 2018 – Gourmet Loose Leaf Tea Subscription | Curious Tea

Blog - China Yunnan Red Dian Hong Jin Zhen Golden Needle Chinese Black Tea

Welcome to May 2018 edition of Curious Tea’s subscriptions! Let’s look at the four exciting new teas we’re sharing with our subscribers this month. This month we feature two teas that come from the same source in northern Thailand – green and black versions of the same tea. The first…
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