I think Daddy would like a cup of tea – JD, 5
Look how funky my kitchen is looking! As well as the lovely Brabantia textiles that grace my kitchen these days, I’ve also been loving this super funky Koziol Audrey Murano tea strainer from Red Candy (£13.00). It’s cool and functional. Aces.
Tea-wise, I love a bit of loose green tea, but I’ve also been trying out the highly unusual Higher Living Sweet Chilli Tea (£1.99 for 15 bags), which is flavoured with chilli (obviously), cocoa, licorice, ginger, cinnamon, fennel, anise, black pepper, bourbon vanilla, cardamom, cloves. It’s an acquired taste, but certainly makes a change from my usual brew.
If you’re more a fan of traditional tea, I highly recommend Tetley’s newest tea, Estate Selection (£2.99 for 80 bags). Apparently the leaves in this really clean and full tasting black tea are “handpicked at altitude from tea estates in the foothills of Mount Kenya, where leaves are famed for their more intense and concentrated flavour”. It’s so lovely that we’ve switched over to this from our usual brands – it’s worth the extra 50p-£1 per pack.
And finally, when I fancy a sweetened brew, I’ve been squeezing in a dash of Sweet Freedom (£2.98 for 350g), a natural syrup made from 100% fruit. It’s lovely on toast too and apparently healthier and lower in calories than sugar.
What tea break treats have you been enjoying this month?
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