Tea-Direct Subscriptions – Save 15% on Every Order
Enjoy regular deliveries of your favourite loose leaf teas, and save 15% on every order, with our Tea-Direct subscriptions.
Simply select the 'Subscribe & Save' option and choose the frequency you would like to receive your loose leaf tea orders, and we'll automatically send you freshly packed tea exactly when you need it.
What's more, you can save up to 15% on every order automatically without the need for discount codes!
You can change, skip or cancel orders whenever you need to with absolutely no penalty whatsoever, and enjoy free delivery on all subscription orders over £30.
Reasons to Subscribe
You will benefit from a permanent 15% discount across our range of Tea-Direct loose leaf teas - no codes to add!
We stock 100 wonderful loose leaf teas and sumptuous infusions from around the world.
Choose a personal tea subscription and we'll automatically send you your freshly packed choice as often as you require.
We never charge cancellation fees and you can cancel or amend your preferences at any time without penalty.
You are free to amend, skip or cancel your subscription at any time without penalty via your account, and we're always on hand to help if you need us.
Sourced from the beautiful Wuyi Mountain region of China's Fujian Province, this fine black tea has a distinct smoky aroma and taste, created from methods used during the drying process. Leaves are dried over pine wood fires to develop complex woody notes, complementing their natural flavours, and resulting in a delicious, well-balanced and robust tea.
Subtly sweet and wonderfully fragrant, Jasmine tea is created through a careful process of picking closed jasmine flowers in the late summer afternoons, carefully storing them until they begin to open in the evening, and blending them to sit overnight. The delicate, complex flavours and outstanding aromas are brought to life as the jasmine flowers begin to bloom, making for a very special cup of tea.
Sourced from the state of Assam in India, the world’s largest tea-growing region, Assam black tea is a full-bodied, strong, malty tea that frequently forms the base of breakfast teas.
Sourced from the Qimen County of Huangshan City, Keemun is a black Chinese leaf that was first produced in 1875. Creating a tea that reveals delicate fruity aromas and a subtly floral fragrance, Keemun is best served without milk or sugar, allowing the winey and fruity flavours to be truly experienced.
Offering up wonderful, fresh flavours of bergamot, Earl Grey is a delightful large leaf tea that, while typically served as a black tea, is just as enjoyable when served with milk. With flavours derived from oil extracted from the rind of the fragrant bergamot orange, Earl Grey makes for a distinctive, unique and very refreshing tea.