London, South East , W1G 9DQ
If you're wondering where the name Mazawattee was plucked from, it's an exotic blend of the Hindi word 'Maza' meaning pleasure and the Sinhalese word 'Wattee' meaning garden!
The name Mazawattee is the stuff of legend! From its office, warehouses and vaults on Tower Hill, it soared above the streets of London, flying the flag for fine quality tea. Mazawattee's humble beginnings can be traced back as early as the 1850s when John Boon Densham, a chemist, started selling loose teas from India and China. Tea was highly regarded for its restorative benefits and Mazawattee's 'the cup that cheers, but does not inebriate' became very fashionable amongst Victorian tea drinkers.
Mazawattee's tea is plucked from the finest tea plantations in India, Sri Lanka, Kenya, China and Indonesia. The tea is then expertly blended and packed in the UK. With exotic and distinctive teas from all over the world, Mazawattee have captured the luscious taste and aroma of the most verdant tea gardens in each cup of tea so you can savour, The Cup that Cheers.
Mazawattee understand the value of a good cup of tea, so whichever of their blends you choose, The Cup that Cheers, will bring you a delicious and uplifting cup of tea every time. So, put the kettle on and enjoy a little rest, relaxation and rejuvenation with them. You'll be happy you chose Mazawattee!