Tea: Three Winter Cuppas to Enjoy This Winter

This is your welcome reminder to slow down and take a break. Breaks are always best enjoyed over the soothing ritual of making and enjoying a cuppa! Lately, I’ve been really enjoying black tea and trying new flavours so, since it’s my new favourite thing, sit down and warm up with some of my favourite autumn and winter teas.

 

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Gingerbread Tea 

Some might say that gingerbread is reserved only for Christmas but I think it should be indulged all throughout the winter! Strong and spicy, I like gingerbread tea with a real kick to it. A little burn in the back of the throat never hurt anyone! If you’d like a smoother flavour, you can try finding a gingerbread and caramel variety. Gingerbread doesn’t just fly solo! Because this is quite a rich and sweet taste, it is best enjoyed in the evening!

 

Hot Date Chai 

If you want a drink to really wake you up, try hot date chai. It won’t be for everyone but if you love a bit of spice then you’ll love it! The T2 variety has chilli, chai, dates and even a bit of cocoa in for a great blend of flavour! I like it black and sharp, brewed for a few minutes. For a softer, creamier white tea, it can also be brewed in milk for a longer time. In fact, this makes for a great, less sweet alternative to hot chocolate! To me, hot date chai tastes like winter. And, as it’s highly caffeinated, it makes the perfect companion for your morning break!

 

Camomile Tea 

I used to shy away from herb based teas. Fruit teas and spices were always my preference! Though I still don’t know nearly as much as other people about herb teas, I have tried to branch out! I was recently sent some Teapigs Camomile tea from Patch, along with some plants of course, and I thought I best give it a go! I actually love it! Camomile tea is smooth and quite a gentle taste but it’s really good for anxiety and stress and is generally promoted for good health. If you’re just looking for something simple to enjoy at your desk throughout a busy day, this is the tea I would recommend!

 

What are your favourite winter teas?

 

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