Classic Melrose Tea Sign

Melrose Tea used to be a very prominent Scottish Tea.  Here is a classic advertising sign from Melrose Tea. Thanks to Mikey for the image. You can see more of his …

Melrose Tea Trade Token Circa 1800

In the late 1700s/early 1800s Melrose Tea issued trade tokens in the UK. You can see one such token below.   This is a copper farthing issued by Andrew Melrose. On …

Classic Labels for Melrose Tea

In this picture, you can see some old labels for Melrose Tea. Image courtesy of Edinburgh: City of Print, which provides online access to the print and publishing collections of …

Melrose Black Tea

Just a box of Melrose Tea, which we are drinking today instead of our normal Scottish Blend Tea. It is just a good cup of tea.

Take A Tour of the Melrose Tea Factory

Now, you can take a tour of the Melrose Tea factory in this YouTube video.  The STV show Square Meals recently took a tour of the factory.  We cant embed …

Try A Scottish Earl Grey Tea

Ever tried a Scottish Earl Grey Tea?  Now you can with Melrose Earl Grey Tea.  A good earl grey tea starts with a good black tea and then adds bergamot, …

Melrose DeLuxe Quality Black Tea

We were excited to get a box of Melrose Tea, which is newly available in the United States.   The company’s main offering is Melrose DeLuxe Quality, which is a black …

New! Melrose of Scotland Tea

Now, you can easily get another Scottish Tea. You can try Melrose Deluxe or Melrose Earl Grey. Melrose Tea company was founded in 1812 by Andrew Melrose.