Teapigs will only sell the highest quality tea. They will never compromise on quality. It also means that the product contains only whole leaf tea. But what does full-leaf tea really mean? This means that at Teapigs they only use whole tea leaves, whole herbs, whole berries, whole spices and whole flowers. So it is not at all comparable to the dusty version of tea that you know from the supermarkets. Tea in ordinary tea bags has been minced, mast and treated so badly that when it comes to your cup, almost every taste nuance is lost.
Therefore, Teapig's tea is also handled gently and with love to maintain every drop of the precious flavor.
Teapig's temple is something special. Both because of their appearance, function and sustainability. They have developed the old-fashioned tea bag so it looks like a temple. This means that the raw materials do not become mast and therefore can produce more flavor. They are also made of biodegradable corn starch. Teapig's packaging is fully recyclable and FSC certified * and the ink used on the packages is vegetable.
Teapig's products are sold under the tab "Teapigs". Here, most products can be purchased with 2, 15 and 50 temples.
Teapigs have made a nice aluminum gift box with 20 temples in. They decorate really well in the kitchen and can be reused again and again when ordering new Teapigs tea.
Matcha is sold under the "Matcha" tab.
Matcha is a kind of superhero tea. It is a super-concentrated green teapot that is filled with antioxidants and nutrients. Teapig's match comes from the famous Nishio region of Japan, where the tea leaves are grown under cover to produce lots of amino acids and chlorophyll (the light green good things).
The leaves are then dried and grated very slowly by granite to a very fine powder which is then packed and sealed quickly to lock all nutrients.
Teapigs was established back in 2006 by Nick and Louise. The two met while working for a large tea company where they learned all about tea while drinking some of it. But - the more they worked and the more they drank, the more they realized how poor the market with quality tea was - and so Teapigs started.