About Us

Just a little!

Sherston Tea Company imports some of the finest and best Teas from all over the world, wherever good tea is grown – some teas on our list are for everyday drinking and enjoying; whilst others are rare and a complete delight to the palate, so maybe kept for more special moments! We have meticulously research and tasted teas from many Tea Gardens then decided to put only these particular Teas on our website.  We have a high regard for all our listed Teas knowing that each new harvest they will maintain their consistently high standard and taste we are look for.

There are thousands of different teas grown all around the world in climates that a suitable for growing good tea and we only buy in small batches so the tea we bring you is fresh and pure.

What we do


We import all ours teas and tisanes through just two superb and highly regarded Tea Merchants – this enables us to have the correct accreditation and certifications including HAAPS and traceability reports. Also our small range of Organic Teas is approved in the U.S. and E.U. We try where possible to  buy teas that are Ethical and we have listed these so you can see which ones they are, it is quite difficult to import ethical labelled teas from China. We have been dealing with both these tea merchants for over 8 years, and they have a good record on sustainability and recycling. Sherston Tea Company uses as many products as possible that are either reusable which in our opinion is best or eco-friendly. It is worth mention that loose leaf tea not only is more economical (taste better) but there is no plastic as in most teabags also used loose leaf tea leaves makes the most mulch for rose bushes.

All our blends and flavoured Teas and Tisanes are unique to Sherston Tea Company as they are our own recipes; the taste and quality of these blends have taken many hours to perfect. We are therefore especially delighted out of all our awards that Good Night Herbal Tisane was given the 3* Great Taste Award.

“The very act of preparing and serving tea encourages conversation.

The little spaces in time created by teatime rituals call out to be filled with conversation.

Even the tea itself – warm and comforting-inspires a feeling of relaxation

and trust that fosters shared confidences.”

Emilie Barnes