Herbal Tea Crazy!

So I’m a tea addict, but who isn’t really?  There is nothing like the taste of a good strong English tea, or a sweet milky Indian Chai tea to let the stress of the day ease away.
My latest love for tea has been heightened by the mass variety of organic tea out there, all sourced from the highest quality organic ingredients.  Which for you tea lovers out there, that makes each cup/mug actually good for you!
Having come across Baldwins – London’s oldest herbalist stocking shelves full of herbs, oils, ointments and teas, I have been introduced to many new natural based drinks, food, and beauty products.
  A bit of History on Baldwins.  Baldwins opened in 1844 in South East London, a family run business that grew and established itself on the quality of their products and the value for money that they offer. Today over a 160 years on Baldwins still remains true to its core, with an authentic herbalist feel store that remains on Walworth Road in South East London.  Baldwin’s can now also be shopped at online. For more information or to shop at Baldwins click here.
So back to my tea choices for this week:

Evening Tea £1.99 – An interesting mix of Lemon, Fennel, Chamomile, Lime Tree, Peppermint and Lavender.  I know the combination sounds a bit odd but the aroma alone does relax you.

Vitality Tea £1.99 – Orange Peel, Cinnamon, Licorice root, Lemon Peel, and Allspice.  Now I’m not a fan of Licorice so i was initially a bit put off but the subtle taste of Cinnamon ans Allspice gave the tea the ‘Vitality’ Kick.  I was ready to run around my office!

Purity Tea £1.99- Licorice, Peppermint, Spearmint Dandelion, Sage and a few more herbs

Green Chai Tea £1.99- Green tea with Cardamon, Cinnamon , Clove and Orange Peel. This is by far my favourite tea! My two preferred flavours mixed together, a guaranteed thumbs up!

Cool Mint Tea – A blend of peppermint and Spearmint.  A great pick me up in the afternoon when your flagging at your desk.

If your like me and plan on working your way through Baldwins inventory of teas, then here is a World Tea Map to help you make those all important tea decisions.  To try the teas above for yourself and shop the Baldwins site click here.

Who knew that tea came in flavours such as ‘cool mint’ and ‘purity’!
Whats your favourite tea?  Can you recommend any flavours for me to try?
Mrs J xx
* Tea’s – PR Sample

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