Miracle Matcha Review: April
Miracle Matcha is sourced from the rift Valley in Kenya, as the white tea leaves are grown high within the fertile valley. Miracle Matcha is healthy, convenient, has 100% pure natural ingredients that are suitable for vegans and has been approved by the vegetarian society. It is also Fair Trade and Rainforest Alliance certified, which means that both the environment and the farmers are protected.
Pure Chimp Matcha Review: February 2017
Founder Dean, along with Sarah, Alex, Higor and Joe make up the Pure Chimp team. Pure Chimp provide quality 100% natural Japanese ceremonial-grade matcha to the masses. Keeping things simple and making people happy is their Matcha Mantra. An Ethical operation the Pure Chimp organisation give 5% of their profits to charity and use recyclable materials to pack all their products.
Quinteassential Tea Review: August 2016
Any excuse to bring out the family China and indulge in a spot of tea is gladly welcomed. Therefore, my excitement peaked when I was presented with the opportunity to work with the exclusive Cheshire based Quinteassential tea brand. The brand has grown vastly from their humble roots where trading was initially at local farmers markets and foodie festivals. The brand name coined from the adjective “quintessential” represents the brand ethos of class, quality and to ultimately provide their clients with a perfect cup of tea. Bernadine Tay founded the brand in 2010 stating that, “One of my earliest and fondest memories was my mother boiling water in a tin kettle she loved, carefully preparing the black tea with oranges, while we sat round the table for some cakes and conversation”. Created with heart and soul Bernadine has uniquely personalised each blend from inspirational life events, people she has met, conversations and foodie influences. Giving each of the tea blends individual character and charm.