The Whittard Blog
Whenever we have a moment, there’s nothing we like more than sitting with a pen and paper to hand and musing over some of our favourite things.
Think of it as an ode to tea, coffee and cocoa…
The Accessory Edit: Spring Infusers
We all know that a great accessory goes a long way, and we've got plenty of choice...Read More
Alice is back... How will you celebrate?
Cups and saucers at the ready: This is one tea party that never truly ends!Read More
Do you know which tea has the most caffeine?
We’ve separated fact and fiction to uncover the truth behind the amount of caffeine in your tea.Read More
7 British Teas to Celebrate VE Day
On 8th May 1945 there was cause for jubilation. Mass celebrations were held across Europe, but it was the clinking of teacups that ricocheted...Read More
Are you ready for this year's Darjeeling?
Wondering what all of the fuss is over 'first flush' Darjeeling? Our tea-taster, Bethan, tells all...Read More
A World of Amazing Tea: How do you take yours?
Accepting a cup of tea is one of the most globally recognised ways of forging friendships, old and new. Tea with friends has been a part of daily life...Read More
Transform Afternoon Tea With These Amazing Tea Cocktail Recipes
Speakeasy cocktail bars across the country are offering more and more innovative ways to transform our favourite drinks. We’ve discovered...Read More
Low-sugar alternatives to high street tea and coffee favourites
High street hot drinks hit the headlines recently when the not-so-sweet truth emerged about the amount of sugar we devour in our daily latte. We never...Read More
A Brief History of Afternoon Tea
The fine British tradition of ’Afternoon tea’ is said to have been invented by Anna Maria, the wife of the seventh Duke of Bedford, who in...Read More