Jun 21 , 2022
The art of coin making is believed to be over 2,500 years old. From the first hammered coins with their intrinsic metal value to the coins we use e...
The Tea Bush
It all starts with an evergreen plant called Camellia Sinensis, which has two original subspecies, one from China and one from India.
Jun 20 , 2022
Simply put: layers of chocolate smothering something special inside. The enrobing process is actually quite technically complex and an art.
Chutneys and pickles took root in Europe in the late 1600s with the arrival of preserved foods, like mangoes and tamarinds, brought back to Britain...
Jun 09 , 2022
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...
Jun 08 , 2022
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 bo...
Marking a pivotal moment in American history, The Boston Tea Party of 1773 is inextricably linked to The East India Company. Our Signature Caddy ‘B...
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