Rediscover Our British Teas

Our selection of premium teas includes all the best teas from the United Kingdom. Here are some reminders why these brands are best in class.

2014_London Fruit and Herb Co London Fruit & Herb Company Teas have a long history of blending and flavoring tea with delicious fruits and spices, without added sugar, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. Once an apothecary, the company grew into a tea enterprise that produces teas and infusions using the best ingredients. Try one of the naturally sweet infusions such as Strawberry & Vanilla Fool or Peach Paradise. If you prefer green tea, you will love these London tea blends: Green Tea & Peach, with sweet fruity notes; Green Tea & Jasmine, with its intense flowery aroma; Green Tea & Blackcurrant, with berry notes and Green Tea & Orange, with a refreshing flavor.

Ahmad Tea is based in London. This family business was founded with the strongest commitment to quality, producing tea sold and enjoyed around the world. From their herbal teas such as Lemon and Ginger Tea (perfect for the season) to their classic teas loose or in tins – think Earl Grey, Darjeeling and Afternoon tea – to their Special Blend Tea, you will always enjoy the best tea Ahmad has to offer.

Ridgways Tea’s history includes being the royal tea supplier, from blending a personal tea for Queen Victoria (sold until 2011) to being King G2014_Ridgways Teaeorge VI’s personal tea purveyor. Ridgways produces their teas committed to Fairtrade standards. Try Ridgways Earl Grey tea for a balanced tea or Pure Peppermint Infusion for the strongest and most flavorful blend of cool and clean tastes.

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For Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Order $30 of coffee and we will include a FREE bag of ground coffee with your delivery
(value up to $6).*

* Please specify “Brazilian Samba” or “Classic Decaff” in the Order Comments at payment.  Order must equal $30 minimum after any applied discount; shipping cost not included.

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It’s Tea Time This Fall

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With the evenings growing darker and colder each day, it’s time to bring out the teapots and big mugs for all your favorite teas. Tea is the perfect beverage for this time of year. Tea warms you up now that there’s a chill in the air. Hot tea soothes your throat and your nose when the change of season affects them. For Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory, tea is the go-to hot beverage offering when a friend is upset.

Every order that is placed on www.EnjoyBetterTea.com from October 12th to 11:59 p.m. EDT October 15th will receive a free box of Pickwick Black Tea Variation with 20 tea bags.*

No need to use a coupon code! Just order by 11:59 p.m. EDT on Wednesday and we will include the box of free tea with your order.*

*The order must be placed on www.EnjoyBetterTea.com from 10/12/2014 through 11:59 p.m. EDT 10/15/2014.  No substitutions. Not redeemable for cash.

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For Thursday, October 9th, 2014 

Order $30 of coffee and we will include a FREE bag of ground coffee with your delivery
(value up to $6).

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 Please tell us which roast (Donker, Blonde or Decaff) you want at checkout by including the name

in the Order Comments section of the payment information page.

Most recently, Tchibo collected accolades from several organizations. Awards include The German Ethics Network’s “Business Ethics Award” 2014_CSR Award for Europe Sustainfor becoming a 100% sustainable business in the coffee and non-food sector. In 2013, the German consumer initiative collaborated with the Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Environmental Agency to award Tchibo the Gold Medal for Sustainability Communications in Retail in a consistent and credible manner. Last year also saw Tchibo receiving the European CSR award and the German CSR award, both for responsible business conduct, and the German Supply Chain Sustainability Award. Ethical, responsible and committed to sustainable practices define the Tchibo brand.

Inspired by our brands’ ongoing 2014_filter grounds and beanscommitment to sustainable practices, we found some ways you can reuse coffee and grounds rather than just throwing them away. First, as a delicious alternative to water in a cake recipe, use leftover coffee in the batter, especially chocolate cake or brownies. Or, combine the leftover coffee with milk, cream and sugar to make homemade coffee ice cream. You can even water your plants with leftover cooled coffee. Finally, add coffee grounds to your compost pile. The acid has already been extracted during the brewing process, so what remains is a nitrogen source. Enjoy!

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In 1949, Hamburg natives Max Herz and Carl Tchiling Hiryan, both merchants, founded a business based on sending roasted coffee to customers by mail. Customers could decide how to get their coffee too: packed in tins or sewn into pouches. Innovation, both then and now, is a defining characteristic of Tchibo coffee.

A few years later, a new innovation appeared on the scene when Tchibo Magazine was published. Each month, the latest fashion tips, recipes for tight budgets, novels and stories were printed in the very popular magazine. In fact, the magazine was unique for many years. When Tchibo opened a shop right next door to the roasting plant in Hamburg, it was difficult to keep the shelves stocked, in particular when Tchibo began using a see-through container for the coffee. In less than 10 years from the start of the company, Tchibo grew to be a top-seller in the German coffee market.

Tchibo has always been on the cutting edge. In the 60’s, Tchibo was sold in bakeries. In the 70’s, a coffee service began, and shops started selling non-food items from Tchibo, such as table sets and breakfast crockery. Tchibo also had mobile bakeries delivering coffee and pastries to more rural areas. Out of necessity, the company opened their second large roasting plant, this one in Berlin. The 80’s brought specialty coffee, including a mild roast and a Private Coffee range of select beans from various countries. During the 90’s, Tchibo opened shops in central and eastern Europe and Britain. It was also during this time that Tchibo acquired Eduscho, which is a story for another day.

We have Tchibo coffee in whole beans, ground, decaf and instant.2014_Tchibo Variety Pack

The Tchibo Variety Pack has the Family roast, the Gold roast and 2 packs of Beste Bohne, all ground, which lets you experience a good sampling of Tchibo coffees!

We really love Tchibo coffee and we know you will – or already do – too! Get 10% off orders of $30 or more when you order Tchibo at EnjoyBetterCoffee.com.*

Please use coupon code 10TCHIBO

*Discount valid through 9/24/2014 on Tchibo and Davidoff coffee orders of $30 or more at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com.  Not valid with other coupons.  Not valid for discounted, special sale or case sale items.

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