Belfast Boutique Loose Leaf Tea Blender, Suki Tea, first set up in 2005 by business partners Annie and Oscar, has become a strong contender in the UK’s Loose Leaf tea market. In 2005, Annie and Oscar set up a stand at a small Farmer’s Market in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Having both wandered through Asia, their eyes were opened to a world of really (really) good ethically-sourced teas, which they wanted to share with everyone. Launched with the aim to provide their customers with the finest loose leaf teas, herbal infusions and fruit blends from around the world; the pair made ethical sourcing their priority whilst delivering a quality and fresh product. And so it began...
A decade later, our Belfast-based team still ethically sources and blends our big, fat, juicy, loose leaf teas, herbal infusions and fruit blends from all over the world. Today, Annie and Oscar still lead our team, and we keep winning award after award for both product and company, because we’re still focused on that same job – sourcing and blending the world’s best tea.
Winners of over 27 Great Taste Awards and multiple industry awards Suki Tea truly is "Tea as it should be".
Breakfast Tea is a loose Leaf Black Tea. Breakfast Tea is a staple everyday tea for most of us in the UK with around 165 million cups drank per day about 90% of this is a good old proper breakfast cuppa. INGREDIENTS: Rainforest Alliance Certified™, Fairtrade Tanzanian loose leaf black Tea; Rainforest Alliance Certified™, Fairtrade Indian Assam loose...
Single origin from the flatlands of Borengajuli in the Assam region of India. Shade grown & handpicked. Tasting Notes: Malty, bright, full bodied.
This Irish Breakfast Tea is a black tea, a Suki Tea signature blend. 90% Assam for a Malty and full flavoured cup. If you have had a cup of Breakfast tea at a café in Northern Ireland that sells Suki Tea 9 times out of 10 it would be this one. INGREDIENTS: Rainforest Alliance Certified™, Fairtrade Indian Assam loose leaf tea; Rainforest Alliance...
Known to many as the "Champagne of teas" Darjeeling is one of the most famous teas in the world, and for good reason. Grown high in the foothills of the Himalayas at the Bannockburn estate, One of the oldest of the 87 estates and considered to be one of the best kept gardens in Darjeeling.
We usually stick to basic names for our teas - honest, 'no messing about' kind of names. This black tea has something so exotic about the taste that we couldn’t help but pull the artistic license card when naming it. Che Guevara once had a boat called Mambo Tanga and when Oscar was watching a film about his life this inspired his naming of this tea. A...
INGREDIENTS: Loose leaf black tea, cocoa shells, coconut flakes, freeze dried raspberry pieces, natural raspberry flavouring.
An attractive deep dark look of black tea and cocoa kernels, highlighted with bright red rose petals. This nostalgic flavoured black tea is the Turkish Delight of teas, indulgent and sumptuous!
Originally a seasonal winter drink, this is now popular all year round. It had a few different names in the past. One was 'mulled tea' and another 'Christmas tea'. Spiced Citrus is like a fruit Chai, is lightly spiced and works with milk (or a nip of brandy as an alternative to mulled wine...drink tea responsibly!).
Sencha is a staple green tea for everyday use, an all day tea that can be brewed up to 4 times. Traditionally a Japanese way to processing tea, the Chinese took the method and made it their own. Bursting with antioxidants (the stay healthy and young ones) this is a must for the cupboard.
Genmaicha, the Japanese name for green tea mixed with brown rice. Nicknamed Popcorn tea because when roasted the small grains of rice pop into what look and taste like mini popcorns, a delicious buttery popcorn flavour! INGREDIENTS: Organic sencha green tea (50%), Organic roasted rice (50%).
INGREDIENTS: Sencha green tea, Lemon Peel, Natural lemon flavouring.
Green tea should be refreshing and light. For anyone who finds green tea to be an acquired taste, please note that the temperature and brewing time are very important to get it right. Green tea beginner or a fan of green flavoured teas? This one is for you. Green tea beginner or a fan of green flavoured teas? This one is for you.