As a lady who enjoys her cups of tea on a daily basis I am always on the lookout for new teas to try. Darjeeling tea is one of my favourite teas as it can be enjoyed milk free, perfect for dairy free me. I have tried several brands of Darjeeling tea of varying qualities. So when The Tea Makers of London contacted me and asked if I would like to try their NO.37 Glenburn…

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I quickly popped into the co-op to grab a few essentials and somehow found myself drawn to their crisps aisle. A packet of irresistible Aberdeen angus & bourbon mustard crinkle cut crisps grabbed my attention. Most flavoured crisps are not an option when following a dairy free diet. I noticed that these were clearly labelled as being gluten free and I couldn’t see any milk listed in the ingredients listed so decided to give them…

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I am always on the lookout for new sweet treats to enjoy alongside a nice cup of tea. This can sometimes be tough when you follow a dairy free diet. If I am honest I tend to eat the same things which often is my bourbon biscuits. I may occasionally have a free from cake as a treat. So when I was asked if I would like to try Vasilissa organic honey I of course said…

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As a tea blogger I am on the constant look out for new teas to try. I have tried a few chai teas but tend to have these in the colder months as I associate the aroma and flavour with Christmas. So when I had the opportunity to review Chhabra’s Chai tea in the warmer months I was interested to discover if I could also enjoy this tea in the warm summer months. Onto the…

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The Free From Festival London is the UK’s first gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free food festival. The latest Free From Festival was based at Old Spitalfields Market London. It had a large array of dairy free, gluten free, refined sugar free foods to try. I have been very lucky to attend the previous festivals in my official capacity as a blogger. So when I was asked if I would like to have…

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