Where to buy Canton tea to enjoy at home


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Where can I buy Canton Tea?

We’re really proud to supply some of Britain’s most luxurious hotels and highly regarded restaurants and coffee shops.

While we don’t sell our tea directly to people to enjoy at home ourselves, we do work with some of the UK’s best online stores, who can deliver straight to your door: 

 

Amazon UK stock the full range of Canton Tea. 

Clifton Coffee is a speciality coffee roasters and distributor based in Bristol. They sell a selection of our loose leaf and biodegradable pyramid teabags to the public through their online shop.

Petersham Nurseries is a  London institution, with restaurants and shops in Richmond and Covent Garden. A selection of our tea, in beautiful Petersham Nurseries tins, is available to buy in their shops and online. Their range includes Summer Garden, a bespoke blend we created for Petersham inspired by the the smells, tastes and colours of an English Garden in the summer.

King's Fine Foods is the UK's largest importer of caviar; proudly sourcing the world's finest foods including smoked salmon and Amedei chocolate, and selling them along with Canton Tea online. 

The Wolseley sell a small selection of our tea range at The Wolseley Shop, at Bicester Village, online and at The Wolseley on Piccadilly. The teas come in a unique caddies designed with an elegant Chinoiserie motif, evocative of the interior of The Wolseley itself. 

Ping Pong Dim Sum currently has eight restaurants across the capital. We source their range of beautiful hand-tied flowering teas from the Fu’an region. You can buy the teas from their restaurants and online tea shop. 

Deliciously Ella Deli (available to buy in store online - 18 Weighhouse St, Mayfair, London) Ella Woodward, founder of Deliciously Ella, has long been a fan of matcha green tea. Along with using Canton Matcha for their matcha lattes, it is also available to buy from the deli in beautifully designed Deliciously Ella 30g tins.

Nackle is our partner in Slovenia. Along with selling to trade customers, a selection of our loose leaf and biodegradable pyramid teabags are also available for the public through their online shop.

De Koffiethuiswinkel in a distributor based in The Netherlands, selling a large selection of Canton Tea. They also deliver to Belgium and Germany. 

 

If you are interested in stocking Canton tea and wish to set up a wholesale account, you can find out more here.

 

Editors note: This post was originally published in February 2018 and has been updated with further places to buy Canton Tea online in August 2018. This list is growing monthly, and we will add to it as new retail partners join Canton.  

 

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