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As the autumn leaves change colour and the days grow shorter, there's nothing more comforting than a warm cup of tea to keep the chill at bay.
We’ve curated a special selection of teas that encapsulate the very essence of the season, ensuring every sip you take warms not just your hands but your soul too. Our latest blog looks at our top picks for the season:
This loose-leaf flavoured tea has a rich warming aroma and a flavour to match. A must try for all lovers of chai style teas!
Simple ingredients, just high-quality black tea leaves and pieces of cinnamon make this a comforting delight. Enjoy without or with milk to create a chai latte like drink.
Toffee Apples, a sweet and special glazed treat usually enjoyed between Autumn and Christmas. Coming to a cup near you!
Black tea with the flavour of a crisp red apple lovingly coated with a delicately spiced caramel glaze. Bright red peppercorns, chunky caramel pieces and a sprinkle of sugar snowmen sprinkles make this a treat all round!
Please note that the sugar sprinkles contain peanut oil!
Baked Apple and Eggnog Rooibos combines favourite flavours of the season to bring a delightful caffeine free infusion to a cup near you.
Malty rooibos tea with crispy green apples, cinnamon rods, blackberry leaves and other spices that bring joy in the colder seasons. Imagine walking indoors on a cold day and smelling freshly baked spiced apples and sitting down with a cup of eggnog. That is the feeling this blend invokes. We recommend trying this one while it’s available.
A soft Rooibos base from South Africa provides the perfect backdrop for cocoa and banana from South America.
Who does not love the taste of banana combined with the sweetness of chocolate?
Tonka beans add a sweetness and tartness, bright raspberry pieces for colour and fruitiness and freeze-dried yoghurt granules which add an elegantly creamy note to the whole blend.
Turmeric Cassis combines the nuances of warm spicy turmeric and ginger with some gentle sweetness to create a harmonious blend, which is healthful and comforting.
Turmeric has been an ingredient in ayurvedic medicine for many years, it is used for joint health and against the symptoms of colds as it has anti-inflammatory properties. Pieces of candied pineapple, apple and blackcurrants bring a touch of fruitiness. The redcurrant flavour is reminiscent of cassis, hence where the name comes from. This is a wonderful blend for all year round but particularly the colder months.
Autumn is a season of change, reflection, and gratitude. And what better way to celebrate it than with a cup of tea that resonates with its spirit? Whether you're curling up with a good book or sharing a moment with loved ones, our autumn tea recommendations promise to make those moments even more special.