We’re not sure we could imagine a world without tea. Despite being grown and harvested from the far-flung corners of the world (although there are tea plantations in Cornwall and Scotland now), it’s regarded as the most British drink in existence. An incredible sixty-six percent of people we surveyed drink tea every single day, and nearly a third of those drank between three and five cups. It’s certainly something we hold dear to our hearts.However, it seems like we tend to stick to what we know, too. Almost all of the people we surveyed – ninety-four percent, to be exact – only use teabags, and ninety-one percent get all their tea from the supermarket. This means most of us are stuck with a selection of low quality leaves, ground down and put into bags (which are often destined for the landfill), with only a few different varieties at their disposal. There are so many different teas out there just waiting to be discovered which can’t be found in bags or the supermarkets.