Where to buy Canton tea to enjoy at home

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If you know us and love our tea, you can buy all your Canton favourites online from Amazon and a few independent partners. You'll find exactly the same, high grade teas in striking packaging, decent sizes and at very reasonable prices.

In March 2018 we changed to become a dedicated supplier to trade partners. So while businesses can buy Canton Tea directly from our website, if you would like to buy Canton Tea to drink at home, it is available to purchase through a number of partners:

Amazon UK

Clifton Coffee

Petersham Nurseries

Ping Pong Dim Sum

Deliciously Ella Deli - Canton Matcha, available to buy in store only

Nackle (Slovenia)

De Koffiethuiswinkel (The Netherlands)


This list is growing monthly, and we will add to it as new retail partners join Canton.  

The decision to become a dedicated trade tea supplier was made due to a desire to take things back to basics, focusing on what we are best at. That’s sourcing the best teas, and also working with our trade partners - that’s hotels, restaurants and cafes - so they can get the best from the leaves when they serve it to you.

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 July 2018.



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