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. I had a fantastic time at the FES.TEA.VAL London and spent a while with Pure Leaf. I felt truly spoilt sampling their teas. It was a lovely warm day yet we somehow got talking…

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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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