Tea is an essential part of fine living and dining…..an integral part of the overall gastronomic experience.  Just as wines are selected to enhance certain foods, teas can also be selected and brewed to match sweet, savoury or spicy foods and the various hours and moods of the day.

TYPES OF FOOD SUITABLE TEA
English-style breakfast (fried foods, eggs, smoked fish, ham, bacon etc) Ceylon Pekoe, English Breakfast, Dimbula, Irish Breakfast, Flowery Pekoe, Assam, Darjeeling, Jasmine.
Continental-style breakfast
(breads, cheese, jams etc)
Ceylon Pekoe, English Breakfast, Flowery Pekoe, Dimbula, Assam, Darjeeling, Jasmine.
Light savoury meals & brunch Ceylon Pekoe, Dimbula, Assam, Darjeeling,  Green, Oolongs, Sencha, Fruit and Herbal infusions.
Meat & Game Earl Grey, Jasmine, Assam, Lapsang Souchong.Russian Caravan
Poultry Darjeeling, Oolong, Jasmine, Lapsang Souchong.
Fish Darjeeling, Oolongs, Earl Grey, Green, Sencha.
Spicy Foods Ceylon Pekoe, Dimbula, Darjeeling, Oolong, Green, Jasmine.
Tea Time All Teas
Strong Cheeses Earl Grey, Green, Lapsang Souchong, Russian Caravan.
After a meal Darjeeling, Green Tea, Oolong, most Herbal infusions particularly Peppermint.
All Day Most teas as well as herbal, fruit infusions and speciality teas can be enjoyed throughout the day.