Autumn in a Cup

Autumn in a Cup

Autumn Evidently Calls for a Warm Cup of loose Leaf Tea


Autumn is full of so many wonderful colours and tastes and we have teas to match your every mood.

Spices, harvest, colder temperatures and subtle colours are all a part of the transition into autumn. Help yourself prepare for the autumn and winter months by drinking our warming teas.  Why not start your day with one of our seasonal teas, a flavoured black tea with orange, cinnamon and lulo fruit taste: Ronnefeldt Winter Fairy Tale. And wind down at the end of the day with a caffeine free, fruity and spicy blend tea, such as Ronnefeldt Festive Delight, flavoured with plum, elderberry, apple and pineapple.

Our range of delicious seasonal teas is a perfect choice to take your first sip of autumn. Warming and rich flavours of apple, cinnamon and vanilla will accompany those cosy winter nights. Find comfort with our sumptuous selection, with flavours such as baked apple and mulled wine. Join us in making the transition into the colder months a little easier with many delightful teas to enjoy.

Here at Cup of Tea we have put together our favourite range of autumn and seasonal  teas we think will brighten those lightly frosted mornings and early October evenings.


1. Ronnefeldt Baked Apple

Do you like baked apples? This tea is a delicious flavoured blend of black tea with the taste of baked apple. It has a fragrance of fine juicy apples and seasonal spices which will steam from your tea cup. A delightful taste to unwind and enjoy on a chilly day.

 Enjoy: On a lazy Sunday around the fire    

 £5.50 for a 100g bag            


Ronnefeldt Baked Apple









2. Ronnefeldt Mulled Wine

For anyone already counting down the days until Christmas it’s never too early for Mulled Wine loose leaf tea! This naturally caffeine-free flavoured fruit infusion is a warm, seasonally spiced alcohol free Christmas drink.  It has a spicy and fruity fragrance with hints of sweetness and a deep red colour.

Enjoy: During the run up to Christmas!

£5.50 for a 100g bag


3. Ronnefeldt Coconut Macaroon

A delightful Rooibos based infusion with a coconut cookies taste- what’s not to love! This tea has a subtle sweetness and a Christmas-like taste of coconut and delicate hint of vanilla.  Rooibos is naturally caffeine-free.

£5.50 for a 100g bag

Enjoy: With a sweet treat! See our recipes for some tasty treats to accompany this tea.


4. Ronnefeldt Teavelope Winterdream

We also offer our autumn in a cup in a tea bag form.  Why not try some of our charming seasonal flavoured tea bags? Our delicious Winterdream tea bags are a rich Rooibos tea with a powerful aroma of winter spices, creamy caramel and oranges; great warming flavours! Each Teavelope tea bag is individually wrapped in an aroma protection sachet for perfect freshness.

£4.60 for a box of 25 tea bags

Enjoy: Throughout the day as it is easy to prepare even during your work day.



5. 2017 Tea Advent Calendar

We are very excited that our Tea Advent Calendars are back! Try a different tea throughout Advent; there are 24 teas and infusions to taste all as 10g samples, which will make around 5 cups of tea. A great gift idea for someone special!

The teas featured are: Assam Bari, Darjeeling Summer Gold, Finest Namring, Irish Malt, Duke of Grey, Chocolate Chai, Vanilla Chai, Winter Fairy Tale, Milky Oolong, Oolong Ti Dung, Fancy Sencha, Green Tea with Ginger and Lemon, Jasmine Xian Yu, Morning Dew, Salted Caramel, Vanilla Apple, Ginger & Lemon,  Gentle Wake Up Call, Coconut Macaroon, Amaretto Prickly Pear, Rooibos Snow Flurry, Magic Fire, Fresh and Fruit, Fruity Baked Red Apple.

Most of the teas included in our advent calendar are also available in larger bags of 100g so if you find a favourite, click on the highlighted tea of your choice above and simply order some more..


Enjoy: Something different! Tasty teas on the 24 days leading up to Christmas!




Why not enjoy the great flavours of autumn with some of our delicious recipes. If you fancy trying any of our recipes why not tweet us @Cup_Of_Tea_UK.

We would love to see some of your delicious autumnal cooking and baking, as well as any of the below recipes you have tried!


Gingerbread Bake

Cold winter day’s call for warming comfort food- moist gingerbread fit the bill perfectly. 

Gingerbread Bake











140g butter

375g golden syrup

255g plain flour

280ml milk

1 egg

2 tsp baking powder

½ tsp cinnamon

½ tsp mixed spice

2tsp ground ginger

Pinch of salt



Heat your oven to 180 degrees.

Grease a square cake tin (we recommend 18-20cm size).

In a pan on a low heat, melt the butter and golden syrup together.

In a separate bowl sift the flour, baking powder, salt and spices together.

Add the milk and 1 egg.

Slowly add the melted butter and golden syrup to the dry ingredients and mix thoroughly.

Gradually add the milk and egg mixture and mix to a smooth, runny batter.

Pour into the tin and bake for 45 minutes.

When cooked set onto a rack to cool.

Enjoy with a delicious cup of Ronnefeldt Winter Herbs loose leaf tea!



Earl Grey Autumn Fruit Salad

There’s plenty of cold-weather produce that you can make into delicious seasonal fruit salads. Look for fruits such as apples, pears, cranberries, and grapes. Here we have a lovely autumnal fruit salad recipe that we have to share with you…. 



750g mixture of dried fruits (sultanas, apricots, dates, figs, etc.)

3 tbsp honey

1 Earl grey tea bag (we recommend Ronnefeldt Teavelope Earl Grey)

2 oranges

2 pears

Zest of 1 of the oranges

Greek yogurt to serve



In a pan, on a low heat add a pint of water and your mixture of dried fruits and honey and stir for 10 minutes. 

Take off the heat and add your Ronnefeldt Teavelope Earl Grey tea bag along with the zest of 1 orange and stir gently.

Leave to infuse for 10 minutes and then remove the tea bag.

Segment the 2 oranges and 2 pears into the fruit mixture.

Serve the fruit and Greek yogurt together for a delicious dessert!

Enjoy with a warming cup of Ronnefeldt Baked Apple loose leaf tea.



Rich Fruit Cake

Cake! We eat it to celebrate, reward and to comfort. Tea and cake are a perfect combination for those colder days. Together, they are a tasty combination after a long autumnal walk or to enjoy with friends and family at the weekends. Here we have a charming fruit cake recipe, rich in flavour and texture, crammed full of fruit, nuts and spices. Happy Baking!


150g butter

150g caster sugar

150g plain flour

3 eggs

½ tsp baking powder

½ tsp ground cinnamon

½ tsp ground ginger

150g mixed dried fruit

50g whole almonds

50g chopped crystallized ginger



Heat your oven to 150 degrees.

Grease an 18cm round cake tin.

In a large bowl add the butter and sugar and beat until light and creamy.

Gradually add the eggs, a little at a time.

Fold in the flour, baking powder, cinnamon and ground ginger.

Finally, fold in the remaining ingredients, the mixed dried fruit, almonds and crystallized ginger.

Bake in the oven for 1hr 45 minutes until golden.

Remove from the oven and leave to cool.

Enjoy with a delightful cup of Ronnefeldt Winter Fairy Tale loose leaf tea.


Remember, if you create any of our recipes please Tweet us @Cup_Of_Tea_UK.

We would love to see your photos of any cooking or baking you want to share with us!




Posted by cup of tea admin
4th October 2017

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