Tedor Tea is served in the following venues in Cambridge:

CB1 Internet Cafe, Mill Road

Cambridge’s (if not the UK’s) oldest internet cafe has always been based at 32 Mill Road. It has evolved from providing computers and the first 2MB internet connection in Cambridge to what is now a typically English cafe providing local produce and its own range of foods. Google Map.
Website: http://cb1art.co.uk

” Tedor teas are delicious and original blends which are a refreshing change to the norm in a cafe or for home. I’ve enjoyed them as a customer looking for a healthy ethically sourced bevie, but also worked in an environment selling them to the public and I found that I am not alone in my impressions of what a great original and personal gift they make for loved ones, or in thinking what a delight they are when you’re ready to try something new in your drink zone. I’m crazy about Fresh which is a blend of green tea with fennel and mint, it balances the bitter flavour of the awakening green tea with a refreshing tummy settling tone perfectly leaving you feeling literally fresh in the mouth and mind! Most recently I experimented with the new caffeine free chia blend and it was one of the best chai flavour combinations I’ve had in my life, (no exaggeration), and I’ve been into chai tea for over ten years!!! I urge you to try as many as you can as I have watched many people fall in love with them and it’s a beautiful thing indeed. “

Gabriella Davalos (Manager 2014-15)

CB2 Bistro, Norfolk street

CB1’s big brother is based at 5-7 Norfolk Street. It hosts acoustic and poetry nights. The busy kitchen prepares a good range of Italian and English dishes.  The bar serves a variety of alcohol and is open until late. Google Map.

Selwyn College, Cambridge University

Selwyn College, Cambridge.