What tea types can I find in the TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES product range?

The TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES product range consists of much more than 50 flavours which are assigned to the following six product lines: Gourmet Tea Bag, Everyday Tea, Organic Tea, Luxury Tea Bag, Luxury Loose and Ice Tea. Which flavour is assigned to what product line is listed in our Assortment navigation.

I own a restaurant/am a retailer and already sell TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES. Is there any marketing support I can use?

We offer various support materials for TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES commercial partners. These include high-quality displays for an adequate presentation of the tea as well as useful auxiliary materials, such as tea sugar. Allow yourself to be inspired by the products listed in the Accessories section.

I own a restaurant/am a retailer and would like to include TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES in my product range. What do I have to do?

We are excited that you are interested in a business partnership with TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES. Don’t hesitate to contact us at +49 40-8090300-11 or to use our contact form.

I am a consumer and would like to purchase TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES. Where can I buy it?

You can purchase TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES online, for example at amazon. Simply enter TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES as your search term. You can also write an e-mail to info@teahouse-exclusives.com.

What kind of material uses TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES?

TEAHOUSE EXCLUSIVES uses different materials within the different product lines, which are not necessarily familiar to everyone, so in the following paragraph you will find more detailed information.

What is Soilon?
Soilon is a protected term and consists of PLA (Poly Lactic Acid). Soilon is biodegradable.
What is PLA?
PLA (Poly Lactic Acid) is one of the pioneers of plastic alternatives. PLA is a so-called resource-saving "bio-plastic" because it is produced on the basis of renewable raw materials: PLA is made of corn starch and lactic acid, thus meeting the renewable biomass criterion. Nevertheless, the correct disposal must be carried out carefully.
How is Soilon disposed of correctly?
Proper disposal is a complex issue. Soilon is biodegradable and can theoretically be disposed of in organic waste. However, bioplastics do not degrade as quickly as other organic waste and thus interfere with compostability and its outcome. They are therefore sorted out at great expense. They also disrupt the recycling cycle in the yellow garbage can. Local waste management companies sometimes already offer solutions and then expressly allow bioplastics in the organic waste garbage can. The national waste disposal industry is working on optimizing disposal procedures for bioplastics. Until this is achieved, bioplastics will be disposed of in residual waste.
What is PP?
PP is the abbreviation for polypropylene and belongs to the category of plastics.
What is OPP?
OPP is the abbreviation for oriented polypropylene and is a resistant plastic.