The Tea Company with a Difference

At Clipper, we’ve been making magical teas in Dorset since 1984. From small beginnings in a Dorset kitchen, we are now the 6th biggest tea company in the UK. We believe that every cup of tea is important, so we strive to deliver the best tasting tea, using the highest quality ingredients, always ethically sourced.
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Win Amazing Osprey Travel Bags!

Fifteen lucky winners will get their mitts on a super Osprey backpack or a wheeled travel bag, worth up to £180 each – less time packing and more time trip planning!


Win 1 of 25 personalised maps!

Choose your very favourite place and Bombus will create you a beautiful piece of art based on a vintage map of the area!


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A Trip to the Tea Gardens of Assam…

Our amazing Tea Guy James has just returned from working in the tea gardens of India, to expand his (already rather impressive) understanding of the process of growing tea. He tells us about his recent time in Assam, at a Fairtrade organic tea estate.

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Mrs Simkins’ Mini Summer Berry Cheesecakes

These simple little un-baked cheesecakes, flavoured with lemon and vanilla, and sitting on classic biscuit bases, are perfect for a summer afternoon tea, ideally in the garden. Serve them as they are, accompanied by summer berries, or make them even more delicious with a topping of berry sauce!

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Bertie and Jack Creativity!

Emma and Becky are the fabulous ladies behind Bertie & Jack, the original cut-out design company, and two of the most creative people we know! Ever since they started experimenting with cutting their kooky designs from mount board in 2009, they have consistently conjured up beautiful creations; read as Emma explains how they stay inspired.

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