About company

Granted a Royal Charter by Queen Elizabeth 1 in 1600, The East India Company was founded to explore the mysteries of the East. In the process it mapped the trade routes, discovered exotic goods, established trading posts, and connected cultures around the world. It was a patron of the arts, minted its own currency, brought tea to India from China, founded Singapore, Mumbai and Hong Kong; its warehouses places of wonder, stocked with never before seen teas, coffees, chocolates, spices, silks, chintzes, calicos, and porcelain from around the world.

Today, The East India Company draws inspiration from our pioneering spirit. Whether it is rare teas or rich chocolates, each product tells a tale of the company’s past travels, making remarkable connections between once-travelled lands and inspired by journeys between East and West. The all natural ingredients are sourced with care, and transformed through artisan techniques, to produce memorable taste experiences.  The East India Company’s range includes over 140 fine teas, rare coffees, signature chocolates, sweet and savoury biscuits, jams, marmalades, mustards and condiments, luxury gifts and accessories.

We have a simple vision; to bring together the best our world has to offer – products that to help people explore, and experiences that have the power to amaze, astonish and delight.

Featured Products

Awards

UK Stockists

•   Harrods

•   Selfridges

 

International Stockists

•   Mitsukoshi

•   Takashimaya

•   city'super

Market Information

Active Export Markets (Europe)
Portugal

Active Export Markets (Rest of the World)
Japan

Target Export Markets (Europe)
Russia, France, Spain, Germany, Netherlands

Target Export Markets (Rest of the World)
New Zealand, UAE, Kuwait, Australia, Hong Kong, United States, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Singapore, South Korea, China, Malaysia, Qatar