a proper winter warmer from teapigs

I used to be known as “the coffee girl”, always opting for a large mug of something strong and caffeine filled. These days I’m much more about the tea- admittedly most likely to be found sipping a cup of Earl Grey than something herbal but I was delighted when my favourite tea brand, teapigs about their newly launched Christmas Shop. Jam packed full of gifts for tea lovers- from stocking fillers to serious gadgets I have found myself coveting really rather a lot. Luckily I was also sent a pack of spiced winter red tea to tide me over and oh boy this really is “Christmas in a Cup” packed full of orange, cloves and cinnamon with a base of rooibos. This is THE drink for icy cold dark evenings and fills the house with a charming festive scent. I did find it a little strong for my taste when drunk straight up but with a splash of milk it was just perfect. It would also make a bloody brilliant alternative to mulled wine for the non-drinkers at a festive gathering (or indeed a cheeky alcoholic tipple itself with a splash of brandy).
Well done teapigs for making me covet yet more gorgeous goods and reminding me just why I fell in love with you in the first place.
What would you like from the Christmas Shop? I love the look of the Scandinavian Teapot. Best get writing that letter to Santa.

7 comments for “a proper winter warmer from teapigs

  1. This sounds delicious. I’ve been thinking of making a tea pigs order for a while and considering I am going to be pregnant over Christmas and unable to drink mulled wine this seems like the perfect excuse to put an order in. x

  2. Tea is definitely my choice over coffee too! These teabags sound incredible! xo

    Sophie <3 soinspo

  3. That sounds right up my street, although the stress of running my own ebay store has increasingly turned me into a coffee drinker. That being said, it’s always a cuppa with lunch!

  4. AVY

    I’ll write him a letter alright, he’s going to know he’s alive.



  5. I love the sound of this tea but having had a look at the website, I don’t thiink you can buy this on its own, which is a shame as it sounds delicious!