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Jun 08 , 2022
In the early years of the 1600s, The East India Company was run out of the private residence. When East India House was opened as the new Headquart...
The East India Company was one of England’s most powerful trading companies. It shipped goods in great quantities from Asia to England, such as val...
The original East India Company was honoured by being granted a Coat of Arms by HM Queen Elizabeth I.
It was given as a symbol of her confidence in...
The East India Company was in trouble.
In the mid-18th century, the Company was in debt and sat on huge stocks of tea in London. The British Parlia...
The loss of the colonies in America led to national self-reflection and a new feeling of intolerance to what was now perceived as corrupt practices...
Robert Home’s oil painting of Lord Cornwallis, Governor General of India, receiving the Mysore hostages in 1792 reflects a new British zeitgeist in...
In the early days, The East India Co. lodged around London, but something more grand was soon appropriate. Craven House on Leadenhall Street was b...
Our Ceylon Signature blend is named after Sir Anthony Oliphant, Chief Justice of Ceylon in 1838, who allowed his estate to be planted with tea seed...
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