Tea Tastes Terrific | My Tea Cupboard

Hi all my wonderful readers, how is everyone doing today?

I know I haven’t written one of these posts in quite a while. That’s why I thought it might be a good idea, for me to show you what’s in my tea cupboard. That way, you get to choose my next tea review.

As you’ll soon learn, there’s quite a lot of tea. That’s why i’ve sectioned my cupboard into two categories. The first, is all my tea bags, and then the second is all my loose leaf tea.

I must just say, i’m not actually going to review any of these, i’m just going to list them.

Let me start with the teabags.

I buy all my teabags from Twinings. The variety is unbelievable, plus they sell them at most supermarkets, so they’re easy to get hold of.


All My Twinings Tea


Twinings Chai
Twinings Invigorating Peppermint
Twinings Apple & Pear Green Tea
Twinings Blueberry & Apple
Twinings Apple Crunch
Twinings Caramelised Apple Indulgence Green Tea
Twinings Orange & Lotus Flower Green Tea
Twinings Cranberry & Blood Orange
Twinings Orange Crush
Twinings Peach & Cherry Blossom Green Tea
Twinings Pineapple & Grapefruit Green Tea
Twinings Mango & Lychee Green Tea
Twinings Mango & Strawberry
Twinings Pomegranate Green TeaTwinings Cherry & Cinnamon
Twinings Pure Green Tea
Twinings Blackcurrant Burst
Twinings Lemon Zest
Twinings Salted Caramel Indulgence Green Tea
Twinings Gingerbread Indulgence Green Tea
Twinings Fruit Selection
That’s the teabags done, let me move on to all my loose leafed teas.

I buy all my loose leaf tea from Whittards of Chelsea. I find they have the best selection of weird, yet wonderful tastes. Also, the staff at my local Leeds store are extremely friendly. I buy most of my teas on their recommendations, each and every one of their recommendations I have fallen in love with.


All My Whittards Tea


Whittards of Chelsea Apple Crumble

Whittards of Chelsea Sticky Toffee Pudding

Whittards of Chelsea Summer Fruit Pudding

Whittards of Chelsea Mumbai Chai

Whittards of Chelsea Vanilla Shortcake

Whittards of Chelsea Gingerbread and Orange

Whittards of Chelsea Blueberry Roobios

Whittards of Chelsea Dark Chocolate

There you go. That’s my entire tea cupboard, well it is at the moment. There’s always room for more.

I’m trying to branch out from my usual fruity teas, to more herbal, and well just strange flavours. There’s a few I would love to try from Whittards of Chelsea, but sadly my local store doesn”t stock them. The really weird ones I would love to try include, Whiskey, even though I don’t drink, and the Rhubarb and Custard.

At the beginning, I did say there would be quite a lot of tea, apparently, my family thinks I have an addiction. If you have any great flavours, or brands you think I should try, please let me know in the comments.

Luke x


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  1. Have you tried the Whittards Chilli Mango tea? one of my absolute favourites! There’s a few on your list I want to try – like the sticky toffee pudding!

  2. Hi Luke! I’m a big fan of Whittards too – their green Earl Grey is lovely, if they still do it? I recently tried a bunch of the Dragonfly teas, and was really impressed – http://glitterbat.net/dragonfly-tea/ – they’re worth a try if you haven’t already?

    Also, my husband did a big order with a site called Nothing But Tea just before Christmas, so we have a cupboard overflowing with all kinds of exciting loose leaf and flowering teas. If you’re after more unusual teas, they are fantastic. I’m hoping to do a review on my blog soon, as some of their teas are just incredible.

    Jess x

  3. I love Twinings Tea! Will have to check out Whittards, never tried it before.

    Great post!

    Sharan | essehearts.com

  4. Wow! You have a lot of tea! My all-time favourite tea is definitely Chai. Sometimes when I feel ‘fancy’ I will have a Chai Latte with heated milk and a bit of froth. It’s so comforting and relaxing – absolutely love it! If I had to pick a more ‘traditional’ tea, I would say Earl Grey would be my second pick.

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