Loose Leaf & Fresh Leaf Teas


Taste Notes: Deep, Malt, Biscuits

Taste Notes: Deep, Malt, Biscuits

Breakfast Tea

Taste Notes: Red Bush Tea, Earthy, Sweet, Malt Caffeine Free

Taste Notes: Red Bush Tea, Earthy, Sweet, Malt
Caffeine Free

Rooibos

Taste Notes: Black Tea, Citrus, Perfume 

Taste Notes: Black Tea, Citrus, Perfume 

Earl Grey

Taste Notes: Black Tea, Earthy, Nutty 

Taste Notes: Black Tea, Earthy, Nutty 

Darjeeling

Taste Notes: Fresh Leaf, Sweet, Mint Caffeine Free

Taste Notes: Fresh Leaf, Sweet, Mint
Caffeine Free

Peppermint

Taste Notes: Black Tea, Ginger, Eastern Spices 

Taste Notes: Black Tea, Ginger, Eastern Spices 

Chai


Now we might be obsessed with coffee, but that doesn't mean we don't love a good cup of tea!
All our tea is loose leaf which means the leaves are generally still whole, not always, as opposed to tea generally found in bags. Often the tea bags constrain the brew and therefore do not allow the tea to release it's full potential of flavour and aroma. Loose leaf teas leave more room for the tea to expand for full-bodied flavour and are generally fresher. 

Our teas are ethically sourced by local tea experts. These guys have such passion for tea that we felt pairing this with our coffee love could be a successful relationship. Our teas are sourced from all over the world, and some are even grown in Scotland!

If you have a favourite tea that you don't see here just ask and we can source it for you!
We often have seasonal specials on our menu including Ginger Chai Lattes, London Fogs and Japanese Matchas....


Selection of loose leaf teas displayed in mason jars with menu for Something Brewed Mobile Coffee Bar & Afternoon Tea Caterers for hire: Weddings, Corporate & Events using Speciality Coffee. Glasgow, Edinburgh & Scotland
Tea Stand set up including vintage teapots, milk jugs, sugar pot and brown paper cups on our vintage coffee bar for hire in Scotland
Display of brown vegware cups with "Something Brewed" stamp on it.  
Pouring speciality tea from a vintage white teapot into a white and silver teacup.