We always love to meet new people or catch-up with old friends! Here is a list of all the places we’re going to be at this year – we’d love for you to come and say hi!

My name is Sunil Weeratunga and I am a farmer from Ranna in the Hambanthota District of Sri Lanka. I’ve been an active member of the English Tea Shop family since 2018 when the addition of new flavours meant I was able to get involved in their supply chain.

Curry leaves also known as kadi patta grow on curry trees, a plant native to India, and cultivated in our native Sri Lanka.

This organic black tea has been infused with minty fresh flavours of peppermint and spearmint to create a bright orange cup of malty and buttery notes, with a refreshing mouthful of mint. This versatile tea can be enjoyed anytime of the day and would make a perfect match for a warm afternoon to cool the taste buds.

Recently it seems that Britain’s gifting industry is booming! We are now gifting more things, more often, and brands have taken this trend to new heights, offering a range of innovative products designed exclusively to cater to the gifting crazed nation.

We always love to meet new people or catch up with old friends! Here is a list of all the places we’re going to be at this year – we’d love for you to come and say hi!

• 6th - 9th May - “Creating Shared Value” Forum in Colombo, Sri Lanka

• 14th -16th May - TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition & Conference, Singapore


My name is Professor Piyasena, I am an organic tea farmer from Sri Lanka and I also teach Environmental Economics and Development at the University of Peradeniya and previously lectured at Texas University.

Fennel is a flowering plant from the carrot family which also includes celery and parsley. It is popular due to its liquorice-like flavour and multitude of health benefits.

Mama Me
As part of the wellness range, Mama Me infuses a multitude of organic ingredients such as cinnamon, chamomile, nettle, fennel, beetroot, orange peel, blackcurrant and blueberry.

Since the inception of English Tea Shop, we’ve had a laser eye focus on addressing grassroot problems faced by our farmers who source the organic ingredients found in our tea.

In light of this, we are very much looking forward to celebrating and supporting the upcoming Fairtrade Fortnight, which without doubt have given a global voice to farmers.

We’re delighted to announce our rebrand which re-vitalises not only our packaging, but how we communicate and connect with all our customers.

Our new packaging design unites our new brandmark, the Teapot and Mandala to create a powerful and seamless design system that celebrates the individuality of our blends and the strength of our range.

By Suranga Herath, CEO, English Tea Shop

The Swedish lifestyle concept has become big news in recent years. First Hygge (cosy) and then Lagom (just enough) have become massively popular, even boosting Sweden to the Top 10 ranking in the World Happiness Report.

This got me thinking – what international concept would most benefit the business world at this moment in time? I’d like to propose the word Prajāva from my native Sri Lanka.