We’re delighted to be stocking a range of speciality teas, blended here in Guernsey by independent business, Cup and Saucer Teas. The founder of Cup and Saucer Teas took inspiration from her surroundings to create some unique blends.
The business name Cup and Saucer is a nod to the Martello Tower ‘Fort Grey’ found on the west coast of Guernsey and colloquially known as the ‘Cup and Saucer’ owing to its unusual shape. Appropriately, Fort Grey was named after the 1st Earl Grey, Governor of Guernsey and whose son was the British Statesman and Prime Minister after whom Earl Grey tea is named.
If you’re a tea connoisseur or just fancy quaffing a cuppa with a difference, visit us soon and take some home to try.
Shop dates and times:
Open from Tuesday – Saturday 10am to 4pm until Saturday 24th September
How to find us:
26 Cornet Street is just a short walk up the hill to the left of the Town Church. Perry’s Guide 5 K9
Visitors to Victor Hugo’s house will likely pass 26 Cornet Street if they are walking out of town in the same direction.