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MumbleBee20 Thu 14-Jan-21 08:59:06

Dp bought me a teapot for Christmas, and I love it so much that I have given up coffee! Just wondering whether anyone has any loose leaf tea and storage boxes that they would recommend? Would like to try something we haven't had before.

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orangejuicer Thu 14-Jan-21 09:01:25

I buy from Char tea in Winchester. Always lovely tea and they have a lot of variety. Also gift sets etc.

TurquoiseDragon Thu 14-Jan-21 09:09:08

I've bought loose leaf from Monmouth Teas, they have a shop in Monmouth and also sell online. So far, I've had Lapsang Souchong, and Earl Grey, and they taste lovely.

goldenlilliesdaffodillies Thu 14-Jan-21 09:11:55

A family member works in the industry and has suggested Suki tea based in Belfast. They have a website: suki-tea.com

claracluck1978 Thu 14-Jan-21 09:13:58

I used to live in Winchester and can second Char. I still hanker after their jasmine tea sometimes!!!

goldenlilliesdaffodillies Thu 14-Jan-21 09:14:16

Suki tea's Belfast Brew or English Breasfast are particularly good.

MumbleBee20 Thu 14-Jan-21 09:49:03

Thank you! I never thought I would get excited about tea 😄 I'll have a look at them all now.

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Acinonyx2 Thu 14-Jan-21 10:40:20

I like a pot of fancy tea at weekends. My favourites are Japanese cherry blossom green tea (Chill Tea Tokyo), green or black tea with rose or vanilla (Whitards or Cheshire Tea Co), green tea with pomegranate (English Tea Shop). Green and jasmine.

Also use Tealyra - but mainly for hibiscus flowers which I make up in a big jug - have the first cup hot then cold from the fridge. They do lots of loose leaf though.

BlueThistles Thu 14-Jan-21 16:31:29

can we see your Teapot OP.. I love a pretty teapot ❤️

orangejuicer Thu 14-Jan-21 18:12:48

I love cherry green tea too!

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