Winter Warmers: 5 Teas to keep you cosy!
As the winter months approach, the weather is only going to get colder for everyone here in the UK. The months of cold brews are slowly fading as people are turning their heads back to the warmer drinks to push them through the colder days and nights.
Our blog today will recommend 5 teas from Nelson & Norfolk which are fantastic at keeping you cosy and warm, whether it's a morning pick-me-up or a late night reading beverage.
Fantastic with a splash of tea, Sandringham time is a very traditional and tidy cup of black tea! We recommend that it is to be enjoyed with a splash of milk, as we think that elevates the flavour. It is a fantastic afternoon black tea which will have you pouring another out of the teapot!
Nelson's Blood Orange Fruit Infusion
Perfect as an evening brew, our blood orange tea is packed full of flavour and gives you a strong punch of citrus-y goodness. If that wasn’t enough, it is also naturally caffeine free! We think this is such a cracking tea if you want to supply your sweet tooth whilst still being able to get a good night's rest.
Lady Nelson‘s Grey Tea
Lighter than your usual Earl Grey, it is such a palatable drink to have in the colder months. With fruity and fragrant notes harmoniously working alongside the Earl Grey taste you know and love, it sure isn't one to miss out on! Works with or without milk which makes
Nelson’s Smoky Earl Grey
This next one screams “drink me when you're freezing”! Combining the classic Earl Grey taste with a subtle aromatic twist, it is definitely one to add to the list. It has bergamot which gives it the zest and sweet whilst the Lapsang Souchong gives it that smoky finish.
Perfect for those winter evenings next to the fireplace!
Spiced Apple Chai
Last but not least is our spiced apple tea! With a tasteful ratio of spice to apple, it sure is one hell of a brew. It combines black tea, classic Indian spices as well as (you guessed it) apple! It can be drunk in a variety of ways, however a mug of this on its own will leave you smiling inside and out!
What teas do you tend to go for in the colder months? Comment below!