Saturday, 26 May 2012

My new daily ritual

I normally have fruit tea every day but I make it in a cup with a bag. Until Matt spotted a Bodum teapot in the charity shop  for £2 that is!



I am experimenting with teabags and the contents of teabags at the moment but I am going to research where to buy loose leaf fruit tea from in the UK - not even sure if it is possible! If anyone knows where I can buy some red fruit loose tea from in the UK then do let me know :)

6 comments:

Catherine@theMacsX said...

Check this post out from Shiny Pigeon - the answer to your tea drinking dilemna http://shinypigeon.wordpress.com/2012/05/25/chash-tea-teatastic/

Daisie said...

There used to be a really good place on Blackburn market that would blend and grind coffee beans and did all manner of loose leaf teas. Not sure if it's still there or not (Ruth would be the one to ask about Blackburn market). And am very jealous of your fancy tea pot!! x

moleymakes said...

Do you have a Whittards nearby? They do some wonderful teas.

demeter83 said...

I'm seconding moleymakes, Whittards have some lovely loose leaf fruit teas, and you can order off their website, although it's worth ordering a new to make the postage worth while... but then I have a major weakness for their hot choclates, absolutely gorgeous!

Kayleigh said...

Hi,
I used to work for Whittard's and if you can find a branch they have a good range of loose fruit tea. I find you have to have them infuse for quite a while to get a strong enough flavour. They are refreshing though :)

Wendy said...

Have you tried Whittards? They have a large selection of fruit and flower teas available loose.