Hey There Teacups! It’s time again for another Let’s Talk Tea Post, I know I don’t normally post on Saturdays, but I had to make an exception. The incredibly lovely team over at The Tea House Emporium very kindly sent me one of their Tea Easter Eggs that I absolutely had to feature before Easter got here. The tea Easter egg I was sent was their bath breakfast tea egg which is just one of their amazing tea filled Easter egg collection including Green tea, Rooibos, Earl Grey, Assam and more. You all know how much I love black tea, so I think they picked the perfect one for me.
Their tea Easter Eggs are lovely, metal Faberge style eggs, filled with their tea pouches that are made from 100% biodegradable corn starch and filled with your choice of high quality tea. (each egg contains 10 pouches). At just £6.50 I think these would make the perfect Easter gift for the tea lover in your life – having something other than chocolate at Easter is always exciting. (Not that I don’t enjoy chocolate I just enjoy tea a lot more). The fact that the eggs are metal, and reusable is a bonus and I know I’ll be using mine for a long time after all the tea is gone. (It’ll make for an amazing Easter decoration)
The Tea House Emporium’s Bath Breakfast tea is their house blend of Assam tea that give a dark mahogany infusion with a strong well-balanced flavour. Most would say this is a perfect morning blend, but I enjoy it so much that I’ve been drinking it throughout the day.
It’s perfect with a little honey and a slice of lemon. While I don’t have it with milk I can imagine that with a dash of milk and a little sugar it would be just as nice. I was expecting this to be strong like I normally would an Assam, but it was smooth and quite soft hence the reason I’ve not been able to limit myself to just drinking this in the morning. It’s simply just too good to only have at one time in the day. I really will be surprised if I have any of these tea pouches left after the first week of April and even that is pushing it.
Overall Teacup Rating: 5/5
You can find out more about The Tea House Emporium and check out their full collection of tea Easter eggs here. As always if you have any questions at all either stick them in the comments or send them to me on twitter and I’ll answer them as soon as I can.
Speak to you all again on Monday. Happy Steeping – Kimberley