London Tea Company - Creators of unique blends and suppliers of finest tea since 1896.

Welcome to the oldest tea manufactory in Switzerland. For 125 years you will find the largest selection of fine and certified teas and unique tea creations. Discover the versatile world of tea in our new online store.

FAMILY BISANG'S CHOICE

Finest tea recommendations and favorite products of the owner family

Miyazaki Me Cha

"My day always starts with a high-quality Japanese green tea, and during the morning I treat myself to a bowl of Matcha. During the afternoon, I like to pour myself a cup of Darjeeling, Ceylon or Assam black tea. I usually end the evening with a fine herbal tea."

Miyazaki Me Cha

Matthias Bisang

Managing Director
(third generation)

FIGURE DAY

"I like drinking Japanese green tea very much. I love First Flush Darjeeling varieties the most. I like to cover my daily liquid needs with various soothing Ayurvedic herbal and spice teas, such as my current favorite, Figur Day & Figur Night."

Figure Day

Viviane Bisang

Management, Head of Tee Huus Basel

Superior Yunnan

"I like to start the day with a freshly whipped matcha. It makes me fit! Throughout the day, I drink different types of oolong or sometimes an earthy Yunnan black tea. In the evening, before I go to sleep, I enjoy a calming herbal tea with Swiss mountain herbs."

Superior Yunnan

Noël Bisang

Management
(fourth generation)

Matcha Horai

"I start my day with a vitamin-rich matcha, which I refine with a squeeze of lemon juice. Throughout the day, I enjoy a variety of Japanese green teas. Before I go to sleep, I drink a cup of white tea, which calms me down and ensures optimal sleep."

Matcha Horai

Fabrice Bisang

Tea tester in training
(fourth generation)

OUR EXCELLENT TEAS

Isolated price adjustments

In order to ensure the high quality and purity of the product, occasional price adjustments are unavoidable.

At the moment, we can still avert further price adjustments through optimized purchasing.

Blog tea knowledge

A journey through the land of the rising sun. A blog post about the Japanese Sencha.

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