Obviously very little tea comes from Europe, although Scotland and Cornwall are doing their bit. We occasionally have a tea from Georgia, former Soviet Union, which I like to think is more European than Asian.
We nearly always carry tea from the Azores, which is technically part of Portugal so in this case definitely European even though it is in the middle of the Atlantic.
Our Azores tea comes to us direct from the farm so occasionally we find us waiting for the next delivery, but it is always worth it.
The Scottish tea comes from Perthshire and is a smoked white tea, a brave thing to do to a delicate white tea, but Scotland has always had a history of smoked foods.