In 2018, we founded the open ceramics studio rami – a place where beginners, as well as experienced ceramic enthusiasts, could come together and practice their craft.
Over the years the work with ceramics, in particular tea pots and tea cups, led to a natural interest in what to actually put inside these vessels.
We quickly got a first taste of the world of whole leaf tea and we have since then been expanding our knowledge and challenging our taste buds.
Similarly to ceramics, we discovered that tea offers an endless number of variation, both in terms flavours as well as its origins and traditions. Nonetheless, in its essence, tea only requires a cup and warm water to be enjoyed.
For us, this is the beauty of tea, it is something incredibly straight-forward yet it holds endless potential for discovery.
Tea can wake us up in the morning, give us a break during the day or help us calm down in the evening. It can be a shared moment that brings us closer to a friend or a personal moment to enjoy by ourselves.
Specialty tea is a perfect means to slow down and reflect on our relationship with the world around us.
With rami tea, we first and foremost want to show that tea can play a special role in our lives and that it is more than the commodity it is so often perceived to be.
At the same time, we want to show that whole leaf tea is fun, remove the complex jargon and make it accessible for everyone.
Our goal is to provide an opportunity to discover the diverse range of specialty tea. At the heart of this lies telling the incredible stories of our teas: Where they come from and who made them.