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|Producers UK - Tea’s Me|
Tea’s MeTicklishly Tasty Organic Herbal Teas
PO Box 520
Tel 01647 252520
@Teasme on twitter
Tea's me was established in the summer of 2006 by Helen Lynch.
Having made her own infusions for several years Helen decided that they were too delicious to keep all to herself, so she has made them available to everyone.
Our growing range now includes herbal infusions, green tea blends, specialist teas and black tea.
Mintea is a delicious blend of the finest green tea and rubbed spearmint and is a perfect accompaniment to any meal to aid digestion. It is equally delightful as an iced mint tea. But don’t take our word for it, Mintea won a GOLD STAR in the 2010 Great Taste Awards!
Our teas are found in good quality food outlets and delicatessen in a variety of locations in the UK. Alternatively we have an on-line shop on our website www.teasme.co.uk .
We also offer a catering service for café owners wishing to provide a high quality organic tea menu. Please contact Helen for more details.
Creation date : 10/11/2010 @ 16:17
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