5 Exciting Brews For All Tea Lovers
If you don’t you know from my previous post then by the end of this ‘5 Exciting Brews For All Tea Lovers’ blog post, you will have realised that I am a huge tea lover.
When I was younger I’d enjoy a cup of tea, two slices of heavily buttered toast and a chat with my Grandmother.
I guess that is where my love of tea started.
We weren’t a rich family but it was always PG Tips.
PG Tips with Carnation evaporated milk, just thought of it warms my heart.
But the age of 9 I discovered camomile tea, but not from my West Indian family but through my best friends mum Cynthia she is Australian and opened my eyes to so many different foods, teas and art but maybe I’ll go into that another time.
My mother in law was another tea addict (as well as a clairvoyant) and so I enjoyed many a conversation with her over a wide selection of teas – our favourite brew was Earl Grey and wow we tried so many types and brands of Earl Grey we could probably make a tv show all about it.
I shared my love for tea with my four children and although they share the love they all had their own personal favourites.
Ginger & Lemon, Green, Peppermint and Chai Tea.
They are all gorgeous brews but my go-to has to be Chai. Granted there’s many varieties of Chai tea and some are more pleasant than others but in general I love Chai tea.
My Top 5 Brews
Is a comfortable, light, floral, fresh and calming tea infusion.
Lovely in the evenings.
Is a smooth sweet tea, with a gorgeous chocolate truffle complimentary taste. Fabulous with creamy biscuits.
Is a gentle black tea with a floral and bergamot added romance. Perfect for the afternoon.
English Rose Loose Tea
Is a floral, sweet and aromatic black tea. If a tea can be romantic then this is the one.
Is a blend of natural, authentic and aromatic spices with skimmed milk and sweetened black tea.
Is a sweet black tea, aromatic spices with a chilli kick.
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You’ve just got to try chocolate tea.
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Chocolate tea can be a lovely treat, let me know what you think of it. 🙂
I love tea. I didn’t realise chocolate tea was a thing! Thank you for sharing this blog post. I am off to investigate.
Lauren – bournemouthgirl
Chai is my absolute favourite tea, but I love all kinds! Chocolate tea sounds incredible.
What a sweet background to it. I only and only like the original “Chai” you wrote. Also probably because I haven’t tried other flavors, so I can’t tell which floral scent would i like. I’m also not a green tea fan. But j guess I’d have to try more florals to know for sure. Thanks for sharing some types. Xx
Isa A. Blogger
Fab suggestions! I’m not a very big tea drinker – in fact, I haven’t tried any of these – but maybe it’s time to start. I didn’t know chocolate tea was a thing, haha! Thanks for sharing.
Chocolate tea sounds really nice. Interesting options.
I am not the biggest tea lover and if I have to pick I always go for coffee, but I must admit that nothing beats a cup of earl grey during winter with a bit of honey, I love the fragrance of it! I never tried chocolate tea, so might have to give it a try x
Thank you for this, I LOVE tea!
Jordanne || Ofaglasgowgirl
As a tea lover I really appreciate this post! That Alice tea strainer is just lovely, combining two of my favourites! My favourite kind of tea though is Fruit tea, especially anything mango or peach, yum! I’ve actually never tried Chai tea… think I’ll have to as it sounds yummy.
I have to admit that I’m a PG Tips girl through and through. Chocolate tea sounds amazing though.
I’ve only tried Earl Grey and English Breakfast but I hope to try out more at somepoint! Chamomile sounds really good x
I love tea. Yorkshire Tea for me. But I also love herbal tea & I was bought some amazing loose teas in a set a while ago.
My sister and get our love of tea from our grandmother. We love trying new blends, so I am excited by the looks of the chocolate blend! It sounds rich and satisfying, but nothing beats a good cup of chai in the winter. 🙂
Thanks for sharing!