black&white #48: The awe-inspiring story of Phyu Thwe and the Mogok Tea company
We speak to the humanitarian, entrepreneur and runaway winner at The Leafies.
black&white #47: Why does tea make you feel better?
We take a look at the science behind tea’s effects on mood and brain function.
black&white #46: Indi Khanna, a life in tea
We speak to the celebrated tea veteran about his achievements and ambitions.
black&white #45: The story of Canton 1843
Our tribute to the original English Breakfast blend and the first ever Canton Tea Company.
black&white #44: Canton’s quick pick of 5 Bristol restaurants
Delicious fare and the best high grade tea around.
black&white #43: COP27, climate change and tea
The importance of protecting small-holders.
black&white #42: The Leafies, an afternoon of extraordinary tea
Find out more about the first ever International Tea Academy Awards.
black&white #41: Top 5 luxury afternoon teas in Central London
The world’s most refined, creative and delicious afternoon teas.
black&white #40: Five ways to make your tea go further
Make your tea habit more affordable and eco-friendly.
black&white #39: Introducing ‘The Leafies’, the International Tea Academy Awards
The first dedicated UK tea awards designed to celebrate the extraordinary diversity of the world’s finest loose leaf teas.
Recipe: Wild Chai Old Fashioned
Deliciously spicy and oh-so sophisticated.
black&white #38: Tea, public health and the industrial revolution
How tea “accidentally” caused an improvement in our population’s health.
black&white #37: Does drinking tea really cool you down on a hot day?
We look at the science behind the claim.
black&white #36: Tea and women, an alliance of empowerment
The role of tea in the suffrage movement, and the potential it has today.
black&white #35: Rooibos and indigenous knowledge
And the value of indigenous knowledge in tea growing.
black&white #34: The Canton Guide to Culture
Some of the UK’s best museums, galleries, cinemas, theatres and bookshops.
black&white #33: Our guide to oolong tea
Discover more about this diverse tea category.
Producer spotlight #03: Van Chan co-operative
Harvesting wild teas from the mountains of North Vietnam.
black&white #32: Our new Pouchong, fresh and creamy
It’s a standout year for the tea.
black&white #31: International Tea Day and the future of tea
Why buying small-scale can really make a difference.
Producer spotlight #02: Obubu Tea Gardens
Artisanal, high-grade green tea producers from Japan.
Producer spotlight #01: Potong Tea Garden
A worker-owned tea garden in Darjeeling.
black&white #30: Sri Lanka, a tea-producing country in crisis
And its effect on the global tea industry.
black&white #29: Our take on the nation’s favourite
Why does English Breakfast dominate the UK market?
black&white #28: Guest newsletter: the tea-buying season
Why Spring is the most important time of the year for us.
InsideOut #01: Q&A with Oli Coysh, co-founder of Exploding Bakery
We spoke to co-founder Oliver Coysh about cakes, Covid and …condoms.
The UK’s Best Afternoon Teas
From the glitz and glam of a London establishment to the quaint charm of a country hotel.
black&white #27: The calorie conundrum – do they matter?
Is counting calories the right way forward for health?
black&white #26: 8 ways to reuse your old tea leaves
Reducing waste for this year’s Food Waste Action Week.
black&white #25: A baker’s dozen: 13 bakeries and bakehouses to drink Canton
We’re served in the UK’s best independent bakeries and bakehouses.
black&white #24: Eco-labelling – a nudge in the right direction?
Can we reduce the environmental impact of a food to a label?
black&white #23: The tea industry’s plastic problem
Plastic tea bags, microplastics and packaging.
black&white #22: Tea, good for the mind, body and soul
We take a look at the science behind tea and health.
black&white #21: An easy resolution
Find out how to replace alcohol with tea.
black&white #20: Merry Christmas from Canton
Thanks for supporting independent tea and small-scale growers.
black&white #19: Nine Ladies Dancing, a triumph of tea-making
From the Tea Gardens of Scotland.