Sunday 30 August 2020

Review: Blue Tea Box

Blue Tea Box teas

AD* | With the cooler weather we've been having recently, it definitely feels as though there's a chill in the air and autumn is on its way. Once the nights start to draw in and we all dig out our cosy jumpers again, there's nothing better than snuggling up on the sofa with a blanket and a mug of tea. 

I am a big tea lover and I'm always up for the opportunity to try different blends and types of tea. So, when the lovely people at Blue Tea Box contacted me and offered me the chance to try one of their tea subscription boxes, there was only ever going to be one answer!

Blue Tea Box offer tea subscription boxes, personalised for the recipient with a wide range of rare and single-origin teas. Each box contains different gourmet teas to try, with available options including black, green, rooibos, and herbal teas, sourced from around the world.

Blue Tea Box

Each tea is loose-leaf and 100% natural, allowing the organic flavours to filter through and resulting in a delicious, highly enjoyable cup of tea. Ethically sourced and sustainably farmed, you can enjoy your tea guilt-free. Ideal as a gift for someone special or just as a welcome treat for yourself, give the gift of indulgence with a hand-crafted tea subscription box.

The subscription boxes are super simple, working on a standard subscription model of either a bag (single variety of loose-leaf tea) or a box (three different types of loose-leaf tea) delivered directly to your door each month. Once you choose the type/s of tea you would like to receive (and any ingredients you don't want in your teas), all that's left to do is sit back and wait for your box to arrive! There's even a surprise option, where the team will pick an exciting new tea on your behalf to send out to you. It certainly doesn't surprise me to learn that the surprise box is their most popular option!

I received a monthly subscription box, featuring a black tea, a green tea, and a fruit tea. The tea arrived beautifully packaged, with a bespoke box and cards inside detailing information on each of the three teas. It was great to receive such a variety in my box, as this helped me to pick a tea based on my mood on different days!

The teas I received were English Sunset (black), Green Keemun Congou (green), and Rhubarb Cream (fruit). All were absolutely delicious but I think my favourite was the rhubarb fruit tea. I enjoyed mine as iced tea during the recent warm weather, and it was definitely the perfect accompaniment to a hot summer's day!

I was highly impressed with the quality of the teas and I would definitely recommend a subscription from Blue Tea Box if you're looking for a delicious treat or the perfect gift idea this autumn!

* I received a monthly tea subscription box in exchange for an honest review

What's your favourite type of tea? Let me know in the comments below!

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