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From Leaf to Your Cup

From Leaf to Your Cup

This month we are celebrating the range of our Signature Loose leaf teas from all across the world. We’ve selected and blended 5 very special loose leaf teas to make you into a true Ringtons Tea Connoisseur.   Our Ceylon Orange Pekoe and Ringtons 1907 […]

Tea and Trainers!

Tea and Trainers!

We recently teamed up with END clothing to celebrate the release of the New Balance 576 Made In England Tea Pack – inspired by English Breakfast, Earl Grey and Peppermint tea. The ‘Tea Pack’ comprises of three colourways of New Balance’s ever-popular 576 style shoes, […]

18th January, 1936

18th January, 1936

A rickshaw drive round the Gem lake, Mount Abu and through the bazaars which are the cleanest and neatest we have seen in India. Mount Abu is very hilly and rocky and we got some splendid views going round the Lake. Afterwards we drove to […]

October 25th, 1935

October 25th, 1935

Left Newcastle at 10 a.m. on the Silver Jubilee train and arrived at King’s Cross, London, on the stroke of 2 p. m. an average speed of over 67 miles per hour. A wonderful train, perfectly sprung and at no time was there any sensation […]

The Ringtonian – A Trip to India and Ceylon: An Introduction

The Ringtonian – A Trip to India and Ceylon: An Introduction

Having recently returned from a visit to India and Ceylon in company with my youngest son, Malcolm (hereinafter referred to as Mac) I have been asked by several people to give a talk on our experiences and impressions during that visit. Not being a Public […]

A Journey from Long Ago……

A Journey from Long Ago……

Hello Ringtonians! While delving through our archives the other day we came across a fascinating booklet from 1935 / 36. The book was a  very special edition of “The Ringtonian” and came about after our founding father, Mr Samuel Smith took a journey to India and […]