Tea #4 Review – Russian Caravan

Possibly the tea I was most looking forward to trying, I'm now on to Russian Caravan (great name!) As we know, I pay attention to design and how things look, and this one looked pretty rustic. I wasn't so sure about the phrase on the box 'A full bodied tea, a taste of freedom and … Continue reading Tea #4 Review – Russian Caravan

Tea #3 Review – Spice Imperial

So, after a hiatus of a good few weeks, my tea blogs have returned! On to tea number 3. this was Spice Imperial. This box looked so colourful and pretty, it was the first to catch my eye in the Whittards box. Upon giving it a good sniff, I can say, it's pretty damn perfumed! … Continue reading Tea #3 Review – Spice Imperial

Tea #2 Review – Jasmine

So, I tried the next of my 9 teas - this was Jasmine. A fragrance I usually associate with body wash, or perhaps perfume, I was intrigued to see how this would translate for a brew. Tea #2 - Jasmine This tea is made by layering green tea leaves with Jasmine leaves - where the scent infuses … Continue reading Tea #2 Review – Jasmine

Tea #1 Review – Lapsang Souchong

You may have seen my 'Around the world in 9 Teas' blog post last week, where I said I'd spend the next few days trying each one and posting my thoughts about each tea on this blog. So, without further ado, I give you: Tea #1 - Lapsang Souchong As it says on the box, … Continue reading Tea #1 Review – Lapsang Souchong

Around the world in 9 teas

Some of you may know I do love a good cuppa. Generally I prefer Earl Grey tea (Tiny splash of milk, 1 and a half sugars if you please - see below for milk to tea ratio colour - very dark) So, for Christmas, my brother (or should I say, his girlfriend) got me a … Continue reading Around the world in 9 teas