A great British cup of tea


165 million cups of tea are consumed across the UK every single day.​ Our online store has a wide selection for your office to enjoy.

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At the Office Coffee Company we don’t just have the best tasting coffee for you to bring to your offices; our online store also has a wide-range of tea.

After all, we’re a nation of tea drinkers, with 165 million cups of tea consumed across the UK every single day. Tea also plays an important role in the office, with 80% of office workers suggesting they find out more about what's going on at work over a cup of tea than any other way!

All the great British favourites are available from our online store, so whether you’re a PG Tips, Yorkshire or Tetley Tea drinker, we’ve got you covered.

We offer premium blends from Clipper, the UK’s favourite organic tea company, who share our ethical values when it comes to fair trade drinks. We’re fans of their entire range, with decaf, Earl Grey, Green and Redbush teas all featuring in our extensive Clipper selection.

English tea producer Twinings have been in business since the 1700s, and we can bring you a taste of their know-how with individually packed tea bags which are sure to impress even the fussiest tea drinker.

Looking for something a little more unusual? Pukka Teas come in a number of fruit and herb flavour varieties, and blends which promise health benefits to refresh and revitalise tea drinkers.

Whichever type of tea or coffee your office likes, the Office Coffee Company can make bringing your favourites into the workplace easy.

Just pop over to our store and look at our tea and coffee supplies in our online store – we’re sure it’ll be just your cup of tea.

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