Dads deserve a little celebration! For anyone looking to give a little something special on Father’s Day this year, here are a few ideas for the all-around brilliant and dynamic fathers in your lives.

Are you unsure where to start this Father’s Day? To help you choose the perfect gift we have complied some great tea gifts for different Dad’s!

Father's Day Gift Guide

 

THE TEA CONOISSEUR DAD:

This Dad knows his Oolong from his Rooibos and he is a stickler for great flavour and great quality. For this Dad we recommend some of our finest flavoured teas and most stylish accessories.

THE ADVENTUROUS DAD:

This Dad is curious and always up for trying new tea flavours and tastes. For this Dad we recommend some of our rarer teas.

THE SWEET TOOTHED DAD:

This Dad likes to enjoy sweet treats and indulge a little. For this Dad we recommend some of our sweet and indulgent teas for him to try.

THE PARTY DAD:

This Dad likes to think he is still cool! If you have an awesome Dad who still has a bit of edge to him we think we have the perfect gift. For this Dad we recommend a specific special tea with a slight party twist!

 

Loose leaf teas

 

 

 

THE TEA CONOISSEUR DAD

Give your everyday Superdad a truly amazing tea break with some of our finest and most enjoyable teas. This year it’s no to socks and yes to delicious tea! If your Dad knows a thing or two about tea he will appreciate a truly exquisite tea. We recommend:

Darjeeling Singbulli First Flush Organic Tea

 £26.90 for a 100g bag

  Darjeeling Singbulli First Flush Organic and Darjeeling Phoobsering First Flush Organic

 

An expensive tea, but a tea the connoisseur Dad will definitely appreciate the taste! This tea is a highly aromatic First Flush Darjeeling with a slightly fruity character. It unfolds to a lovely and fine floral cup, with light notes of juniper. First Flush teas are often described as the ‘champagne of teas.’ This tea is a very special First Flush from the 2018 harvest.

 

 

Mono Filio Teapot 0.6L - £82.50

If you really want to spoil your tea loving Dad this year why not buy him one of our top of the range stylish Mono Teapots.

Mono Filio Teapot 0.6L

 

Ideal for two people, this teapot makes 2-4 cups of tea. A traditional glass and stainless-steel teapot in a quirky and modern design. Place your tea in the stainless-steel mesh sieve and watch the leaves unfurl freely as they release their flavour. A truly special gift for Dad!

 

 

THE ADVENTUROUS DAD

Ensure that Father’s Day is extra special for this Dad who loves to try new and adventurous flavours!

Let him enjoy a cup of tea in style with one of our marvellous cast teapot sets together with some of our rarer delicious teas. We recommend:

Golden Dragon loose leaf tea

£9.80 for a 50g bag

Golden Dragon loose leaf tea

  

This tea is a premium Chinese black tea with a delightful chocolate, malt and fruit taste. This tea tastes great hot or cold. Brew 2-3 minutes. A great tea for a Dad who likes to try new flavours!

 

 

Jasmine Pearls loose leaf tea

£21.40 for a 100g bag

Jasmine Pearls loose leaf tea

 

This is a speciality flavoured green tea, fresh and delicious. The leaves of this rare speciality tea from China are picked by hand and rolled into small balls, without breaking the veins, and then flavoured with jasmine. Brew for 2-3 minutes. A truly superior tea for Dad!

 

 

Jang Black Tea Set 0.8L - £59.80

Jang Black Tea Set

 

Treat your Dad to a beautiful cast iron set including a teapot, trivet and two cups. Stylish, black tea set, the teapot is glazed on the inside and includes a stainless-steel filter. Perfect to enjoy his adventurous tea choices!

 

 

THE SWEET TOOTHED DAD

Does your Dad like to indulge in all things sweet? We have some delicious and indulgent teas for him to try! If you can’t spoil your Dad on Father’s Day, when can you? We recommend:

Rooibos Chocolate Truffle loose leaf tea

£4.90 for a 100g bag

 

Rooibos Chocolate Truffle loose leaf tea

 

A flavoured herbal tea with indulgent chocolate truffle flavours. This tea is a lovely earthy South African rooibos tea, it has a natural vanilla background and is enhanced with sweet truffle notes. Dad can enjoy the pleasure of chocolate without the guilt!

 

 

Rhubarb Cream loose leaf tea

£4.60 for a 100g bag

Rhubarb Cream loose leaf tea

  

This is a creamy, sweet rhubarb infusion to satisfy the palette. A fruity, fresh tea rounded off with the delicate sweetness of bourbon vanilla. This tea is naturally caffeine-free and would tantalise any Dad’s sweet tooth and taste buds!

 

 

Tea Caddies - £4.40 each

Bushed Round Double Lid 125g Tea Caddy and Leaf 500g Tea Caddy

Something to keep those lovely teas in! Tall, round tea caddy available in three colours, white, silver or black. This tea caddy has a plug, flush fitting lid with a small tab for easy opening. It can hold up to 100g of loose leaf tea and would be a perfect stylish gift for Dad this Father’s Day to store his loose-leaf tea!

Dimensions: 11cm (h) x 6.5cm (diameter)

 

 

THE PARTY DAD

This Dad still likes to party! He has found the subtle balance between being the hero father and still being a bit rebellious in his free time. Just because he has kids doesn’t mean he can’t have some adult fun! Spoil your Dad this Father’s Day with this fun and quirky gift; Gin infused with tea!

GinT Gin Infused with Morning Dew - £39.90

GinT Gin infused with Morning Dew tea

A perfect combination for a Gin and Tonic or any interesting cocktails Dad wants to make! Ziegler gin blended with Morning Dew tea, green tea with a hint of mango and juniper. This unique tasting Gin has a smell and taste the captivates. What more could this party Dad want this year?

 

 

HAPPY FATHER'S DAY 2018!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted by cup of tea admin
11th June 2018

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