Enjoy our teas during Easter and Spring

Enjoy our teas during Easter and Spring

Spring is on our doorstep and so are the Easter holidays. Delightful Easter decoration, flowering daffodils and fresh green spring buds everywhere. Cup of Tea has a lovely range of new teas available that cater for all different taste preferences.

Our new ‘Blueberry’ fruit infusion is particularly mild. Juicy pieces of apple marry well with blueberries and make this a delight for all ages. Naturally caffeine free ‘Mild Blueberry’ is bursting with flavour and is a definite thirst quenching drink.

If you prefer the taste of herbals try our new ‘Nettle, Balm and Mint’ blend. Soothing organic nettle, dragonhead balm and apple mint together with finely blended herbs gives this infusion its typical character.

Are you looking for a refreshing green tea with a little extra background? You may like our new Chinese green tea with ginger and strawberry taste. This blend will tempt your taste buds with sparkling ginger root and the naturally sweet finish of strawberry.

We also added a couple of new options to our popular hamper basket selection.

The Chocolate Tea Hamper is perfect for all chocolate lovers without the worry of the calories. The hamper is filled with three chocolate themed teas. Ronnefeldt Rooibos Hot Chocolate, tasteful South African red bush enhanced with cocoa peel and a hint of vanilla; Ronnefeldt Cocoa Kisses, an ultimate must try tea for all chocoholics, unusual Columbian black tea blended with real pieces of cocoa and cocoa peel and finally Chocolate Chai, the perfect drink for all that like a little added spice to their chocolate.

Not everybody needs chocolate in their lives so if you prefer some fresher fruitier taste than our top three flavoured teas might just be the right choice for you. A beautiful gift for all occasions the three teas include Ronnefeldt’s bestselling tea ever ‘Morgentau’ (Morning Dew), this Japanese produced green tea is an easy entry to the world of green tea with it’s marvellous background of lemon and mango, another all-time favourite is the fruit infusion ‘Rhubarb Cream’ (Granny’s Garden). Naturally caffeine free this infusion is blended with pieces of apple, hibiscus, pineapple, papaya and of course rhubarb and a hint of vanilla to finish. Princess Grey is for those who prefer the traditional Earl Grey on a lighter note. The combination of an autumnal Darjeeling and a light Chinese black Keemun tea give this people’s favourite a delicate approach – best drunk without milk.

17th March 2017

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