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Black & Green Loose Leaf Teas from the Azores
Black Loose Leaf Tea from the Azores
Green Loose Leaf Tea from the Azores
Green Loose Leaf Tea from the Azores I Pineapple Flavored
White Loose Leaf Tea from Azores I Peach Flavored
Loose Leaf Herbal tea I Pasteis de Nata Flavored
Loose Leaf Herbal Tea I Apple & Cinnamon Flavored
Loose Leaf Herbal Tea I Christmas Edition
Varina I White teapot
Varina I Black Teapot
Portuguese Loose Leaf Tea Discovery Box
Portuguese Coffee Discovery Box
Black Loose Leaf Tea I Pastel de Nata Flavored
Black Loose Leaf Tea I Orange Flavored
Green Loose Leaf Tea I Pineapple Flavored
Loose Leaf Herbal Tea I Melon Flavored
Loose Leaf Herbal Tea I Cherries Flavored 100g
Loose Leaf Herbal Tea I Almonds Flavored
Loose Leaf Herbal Tea I Apple Flavored
Loose Leaf Herbal tea I Fennel Flavored
Black Tea Bags I Pastel de Nata Flavored
Green Tea bags I Pineapple Flavored
Herbal Tea Bags I Cherries Flavored
Herbal Tea Bags I Almonds Flavored
Herbal Tea Bags I Apple Flavored
Costa Nova Mar I Striped Ceramic Tea Pot - Blue
Costa Nova Mar I Striped Ceramic Tea Pot - Turquoise
Costa Nova Mar I Striped Ceramic Tea Pot - Yellow
Costa Nova Mar I Striped Ceramic Tea Pot - Red
Terracotta Teapot - Blue
Terracotta Teapot - Turquoise
Terracotta Teapot - Yellow
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Teas and Coffees

Discover Portuguese teas. Originally from China, tea was imported into Europe by the Portuguese in the 16th century and began to be cultivated in São Miguel in the 1820s. Today, Portugal is the only European country to produce tea. The fertility of the Portuguese lands and the maintenance of an artisanal agriculture make it possible to produce flavoured teas and organic herbal teas that are not found anywhere else. Fundão cherries, Algarve oranges, Madeira fennel or Ribatejo melon are combined with teas from the Azores to offer you exceptional blends.

Discover Azores tea. The Azores islands, located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, belong to Portugal and have been producing black and green tea for centuries. Production is low but exceptional thanks to the location of these islands, far from any pollution. The tea produced there is also known to be very rich in antioxidants and vitamins due to a very low-temperature manufacturing process.