• Theo’s Simple Italian and Hotel Indigo

      The Kettle Shed Tea company are delighted to be supplying our delicious teas to Kensington’s Hotel Indigo and its in house restaurant- Theo’s Simple Italian– from the acclaimed Chef Theo Randall. The Indigo is a unique, boutique hotel full of charm and character, offering a professional yet personable service. The perfect base from which to explore the vibrant Kensington surroundings. Guests can now wake up with an invigorating Kettleshed apple and lime green tea alongside a breakfast laid out by Hotel Indigo to give you a great start to the day. Having appeased one’s taste buds at Theo’s Simple Italian, finishing the meal with a Sleepy Head Kettle Shed…

  • Black Cow Coffee

      The Kettle Shed are delighted to be a new tea supplier to the Black Cow Coffee shop, located at Blue Gate Farm in Leighton Buzzard. Offering an array of coffee’s and teas to serve with their scrumptious sweet treats such as the chocolate brownie topped with white chocolate chips. Here are our two teas that may complement these delicious goodies perfectly – Carrot cake A much-loved treat turned innocent herbal infusion. This scrumptious blend is based on rooibos, a popular, naturally caffeine-free alternative to tea from South Africa. An indulgent blend that tastes great with or without milk and happens to be full of goodness. Ingredients include rooibos, cinnamon, carrot…

  • Palace For Life Foundation

    The Kettle Shed are delighted to have supplied tea for the charity football match for the Palace For Life Foundation on Saturday 21st May at Selhurst Park. A charity which helps young South Londoners grow through sport. Over £11k was raised by the game which resulted in a 2-2 score and a penalty shootout. Former Crystal Palace players Andy Johnson, Neil Shipperly, Andy Gray and Sasa Curcic joined fans who had bid in an auction to take part.   A fantastic experience which saw players dressed in full Palace kit and receive coaching from Bobby Bowry and Keith Millen throughout the afternoon. For over 25 years the foundation has been…

  • Beautiful Berries

      Celebrating summer with an afternoon  tea? Why not try our enriching Fruit Burst or Tutti Frutti, the latter being a little subtler in flavour.  A theme is always fun to have and so The Kettle Shed bring to you recipes inspired by these blends. For the sweet toothed amongst us, our light and fruity ice teas are complemented nicely by yummy raspberry pavlovas. Ingredients for a berry iced tea which serves one: 1 x Kettle Shed Fruit Burst Tea bag, 1 x tsp of caster sugar, 2 x tsp of honey, blueberries, raspberries, a handful of ice, a strawberry and a sprig of mint. Instructions: Place the teabag in a…

  • Mind, Body, Spirit

    Helping yogi’s unwind even further with a cup of our delicious tea, is the Kettle Shed’s new partnership with yoga studio FLY London.  We are delighted they are our newest stockist. As we know, Yoga synchronises breath and body and helps to create energy, which in turn increases overall health and wellbeing. Fly London offer a variety of classes with this in mind and have been created by some of the best talents in the yoga world. Mental Health Awareness week has highlighted how taking care of your mind alongside the body and spirit is vitally important. At the Kettle Shed we stock teas to help you do just that. …

  • Swapee Your Coffee!

    Let’s get straight into it: here at the Kettleshed, #WeGiveACup, participate in giveaways and charity fundraisers, are environmentally AND health conscious!  We know that too much coffee can have several negative side effects on our bodies and studies have shown it’s not as good for you as tea (or as yummy in our opinion). So, WE challenge YOU to SWAP YOUR COFFEE! Now, if you’re a little reliant on your caffeine, your swap doesn’t have to be to something that will wake you up less or not give you that boost you feel from your morning coffee. And don’t feel as though you need to jump in the deep end…

  • Give Your Guests A Cuppa To Remember

    Tea and coffee – in the Kettleshed‘s opinion – is a key element to any overnight stay, whether that be in a swanky five-star hotel room, cosy glamping pod or unique apartment. And whether guests have spent a long day travelling to their destination, shopping, or even catching up on zzzs, having the opportunity to pop the kettle on in the comfort of your own room is nothing short of an absolute necessity. But what makes a great hotel room cuppa? What brands are on offer? And why? Here at the Kettleshed, we decided to do a little digging … We spoke to the owner of Hill Farm and Orchard, Susan Nash,…