Tregothnan puts the English into English tea for the first time in history.
Home to the Boscawen family, the private estate has persevered in pioneering botanical firsts since 1334. Inspired by a tradition stretching back generations, we began supplying England’s first and only tea in 2005, creating inimitable Britishness.
As well as growing English tea and a vast range of delicious herbal infusions, a diversity of lands also allows us to produce sustainable coppiced charcoal, Cornish Manuka and wildflower honeys, and our fine and rare Kea plum jam. Beautifully British flowers from the Tregothnan estate and surrounding lands are cut for our range of hand-tied seasonal English bouquets. The ‘Cornishness’ of the ultimate cream tea is also recognised far and wide.
Explore this fabulously British estate online or join us on the 11th and 12th April 2015 for the UK’s largest Charity Garden Open Weekend (tickets available here.)