The Best of Christmas Tea and Coffee

December 18, 2015Sew White

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The wonderful tea company We are Tea www.wearetea.com have a brilliant collection of tea available including the super berry fruit tea which tastes lovely for breakfast and the Earl Grey Supreme is stunning. I am an Earl Grey obsessive and this is definitely one I will be ordering more of. We are Tea also have a fantastic darjeeling afternoon – the charitea blend for £5.99.

Their afternoon charitea blend is brilliant. Tasty tea and when you buy it you are also supporting Contact the Elderly. “Since 1965, national charity Contact the Elderly has been tackling social isolation and loneliness amongst older people through its monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties. Supported by a network of dedicated volunteer drivers and hosts, the charity supports thousands of people aged 75 and over who live on their own. Profits from this blend will enable Contact the Elderly to transform the lives of isolated older people through the simple concept of afternoon tea. Let’s raise a cup of charitea to this act of kindness.
For more information, please visit:
www.contact-the-elderly.org.uk/”
The Strong Earl Grey by Teapigs www.teapigs.co.uk is my families favourite every day tea. If you love the taste of Earl Grey this is like super charged version. Beware you will drink it in seconds and you will be addicted very quickly.
Whittard’s Christmas tea www.whittard.co.uk is a flavour of tea I absolutely love. The hints of spice with the black tea reminds me of the best Christmas memories and helps to fill me with Christmas spirit. A definite recommend for tea and Christmas fans.

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The most beautiful Christmas mugs this year definitely come from The Caravan Trail. Their most festive Merry Christmas Mugs www.thecaravantrail.com with the big Christmas trees and bauble artwork are so cute. The design is fun and it makes drinking tea so much more festive. It’s a lovely. The size of the cup is also really impressive. You can get a hug cup of tea in it and enjoy it a lot. I love a cup I can really get my hands around. They are only £6 each and would make a great present for friends and family but also a lovely gift to me from me.

The Festive Cheer Mug www.thecaravantrail.com with it’s gorgeous deer illustration is really modern but also has a happy Christmas childlike quality. It comes in a beautiful box for £10 and with the addition of a few biscuits or truffles would make a lovely gift this Christmas.

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The copper coffee maker from Leopold Vienna is the most stunning coffee gadget I have ever seen. I can’t wait to see it on my kitchen table on Christmas morning surrounded by gorgeous holly leaves and Christmas tree off cuts. The copper is so beautiful and is a treat to use. This size is 350ml and makes enough coffee for two cups and the RRP is £34.95. This would make a wonderful present for the coffee drinker in your life. A function and beautiful piece for the kitchen, and so shiny!

It is part of a collection of kitchen and home products from the Bredemeijer group in Holland. They have everyday items and gifts that concentrate on beautiful pieces for the kitchen like coffee, tea, BBQ, outdoor, wine, champagne, bar and Cocktail.

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I was entirely sure if I would like the Brandy Flavoured coffee from Whittard www.whittard.co.uk/brandycoffee but I was pleasantly surprised. The brandy flavour complimented the coffee perfectly. The coffee had the stronger taste but the brandy undertone made me feel comforted and warm (like a brandy after a country walk when it’s cold). It made me feel very festive and this will certainly be going on the Christmas list for a few of my friends.

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White Chocolate tea. White tea meets white chocolate from www.whittard.co.uk £8 sounds weird and tastes a little weird but once you start drinking it you will love it. It’s not like anything I’ve drunk before. It has a white chocolate taste but a lovely not too sweet taste mixed with that of a white tea. If you are a fan of tea and white chocolate you must try it!

Cadbury hot chocolate is a staple in my house all winter long and I can’t wait to have hot chocolate with squirty whipped cream, marshmallows and maybe a gingerbread spoon to mix into it. What toppings do you like to add to hot chocolate?

These items were sent to me for review. All opinions are my own.

5 Comments

  • kate @veggie desserts

    December 18, 2015 at 8:10 pm

    What a lovely selection. That copper French press is stunning and the teas and coffees all sound great. Lovely mention of Contact the Elderly as well – such a great charity.

  • kara

    December 18, 2015 at 8:33 pm

    Omg what a selection I could easily indulge in them all. I recently bought tea pigs in Pumpkin spice OMG they are so relish and so christmassy! I love the sound of the white hot chocolate too. Lovely photos. k x

    1. Sew White

      December 18, 2015 at 8:58 pm

      Thank you 🙂 You are so sweet x

  • Sarah James

    December 21, 2015 at 9:33 am

    What a fab selection, I love Darjeeling tea & I like the sound of the fruit tea too, I’ve added them to my UK shopping list.

    1. Sew White

      December 21, 2015 at 11:37 am

      You won’t be disappointed x Enjoy x

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