The Lost Tea Company helps to bring a range of both edible fermented tea and drinking tea from the hills of Shan State, Myanmar to the UK. Our product is also stocked in tourist locations in Myanmar.

The Lost Tea Company was born out of a love of a tea and the experience of visiting these exquisite tea plantations.

Over many months we built a relationship with small hold farmers who agreed to supply the company with their delicious high quality tea, enthusiastic that more people would be able to experience their products.

Our tea is farmed in the hills of Pindaya, Shan State, where we work with small hold farmers who possess exceptional tea growing knowledge. 


Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, possesses extremely rich and diverse cultures, remarkable scenery, and the generous welcoming spirit of Myanmar people.
Bordering China, Laos, Thailand, India and Bangladesh, Myanmar is the largest country in Southeast Asia in terms of land mass. After being ruled under a one-party state for nearly five decades, Myanmar is a experiencing a period of change. With our farmers, The Lost Tea Company is working towards collaborating with various NGO and charitable organisations to improve sustainability, ecological benefits and transparent development. 



We are implementing various initiatives, whilst also working with independent organisations to ensure that this a transparent and sustainable operation. The Lost Tea Company has a presence in the UK and Myanmar. Find us at food markets in London and also in shops across Myanmar. Our aim is to make 'lah pet' accessible for all and to share the delicious tea of Pindaya. 

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