Cosy Tea Blends We Love

One of our favourite words and feelings is cosy. The word conjures up warming feelings of contentment and joy. Perhaps you get cosy from your favourite woollen blanket or the feeling on your toes sitting by the fire. However, we get the ultimate cosy feeling with a nice cup of tea. A warming tea can inspire the feeling of cosy, and even if we're working, sending out parcels of tea to our customers or taking orders from a new café, a cup of tea can make us instantly feel happy in the winter. 

With cosy our main goal this winter, we've compiled a round-up of cosy tea blends we love.


















One of our all-time favourite teas is Irish Malt. It is a delicious loose-leaf tea specially selected for its robust, spicy Assam flavours. 

Irish Malt tea is accented with hints of Irish whisky flavour and authentic cocoa pieces. 

The extravagant tastemakes this a delightfultea malty and utterly tea-licious,and if you don't instantly feel cosy drinking it, we'll eat our hats! 








We've selected two Rooibos-based teas for our cosy tea blends round up because Rooibos tea is naturally caffeine-free; it is delicious, semi-sweet and aromatic.

Rooibos tea can taste soft and elegant or bold and full-bodied with earthy notes. It is packed with Vitamin C and full of antioxidants, minerals such as iron, calcium and potassium, and alpha-hydroxy acid, promoting good skin health.

So, for us, Rooibos-based tea infusions epitomise the warmth of cosy teas. 

Our Rooibos Hot Chocolate is one to try if chocolate is your go-to treat. This indulgent blend of fine Rooibos is enhanced with Irish cream, vanilla, and cocoa hints.

This aromatic 'hot chocolate' is a sumptuous treat without the calories and no caffeine. We don't think that you can get any cosier than that.





Our Rooibos Caramel is another delicious Rooibos tea with a soft caramel flavour.

It's sweet and warming, and, like the chocolate blend, it's that little bit indulgent, which we know you deserve. 










 Our Winter Fairy Tale tea is another tea to inspire that cosy feeling.

 The soothing infusion of black tea is blended with spices and orange-cinnamon characteristics.

 The addition of star anise, rose petals, orange peel, cinnamon and cloves give this tea a warming quality that inspires       happiness on the first sip. 







Last but not least, our team has selected our new Assam Ginger & Orange loose-leaf tea, a flavoured infusion of black Assam tea with ginger and blood orange.

This tea is bold, warming, and expertly blended with real spicy ginger and orange pieces.

This infusion offers the ultimate cosy-inducing brew. 









Why not make cosy your winter goal? There's no better way to start than with a great cup of quality tea! We have a delicious warming tea recipe for you to try! 


Spicy Chai Tea – Makes 4


Spicy Chai Tea



3 heaped teaspoons of Assam Boisahabi loose leaf tea

400ml milk

500ml water

1tsp vanilla extract

10g grated ginger

1tsp black peppercorns

6 cardamom pods

3 cloves






Take a mortar and pestle and grind all your dry spices together

Take a saucepan and add the water, crushed spices and grated ginger. Bring to a boil and simmer for 10-15mins, stirring occasionally.

Turn the heat right down and then add the black tea bags and milk and. Allow to simmer for 5 mins, stirring gently.   

Add the vanilla and turn off the heat. Leave to rest for 5 minutes.

Pour the mixture through a strainer to serve in a cup/mug.

If you have any mixture remaining it can be kept chilled in the fridge for 3 days and reheated when needed.



Posted by cup of tea admin
14th January 2022

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