Yes, you’ve read that correctly I’m typing up a tea review. Are you all excited?
In March I moved from my home town and parental home to Wrexham where I now live with my boyfriend, Tom. To say I miss home is an understatement, but it is nice living with someone you get on with. (even if he isn’t my Mum).
I had to do a little exploring because I didn’t know Wrexham very well and I wanted to find some of my favourite things, coffee shops, book shops, the local library, etc. Well, on my adventure I found ‘Just Tea and Coffee’ a really nice independent shop that sells leaf tea and ground coffee – no tea bags in sight. I’m a lover of all things tea (as you know) so I was in heaven. As a little treat to myself, I purchased the Wrexham Tea and Lady Rose Tea.
Wrexham Tea – The handsome tea blend has a smooth and rich character, it’s powerful in flavour, a little malty with a warm golden liqueur. Perfect drinking tea.
I absolutely love this blend. If smell-a-vision was invented i’d make you all have a good sniff. You can smell the golden liqueur straight away and it reminds me of sweets. It’s close to a normal cup of tea so you can add milk and sugar. I seem to have replaced the traditional PG Tips with this for my morning brew.
Lady Rose Tea – This tea is deliciously centered with bergamot oil, natural flavouring oil of fresh roses, dried rose blossoms are added making this a beautiful cup of tea.
I wasn’t a lover of fruit teas but since a work colleague got me onto drinking Raspberry, I thought I’d give Lady Rose a try. It’s a very floral cup of tea, what with it being flavoured by dried roses, so you know the taste is going to be a little different. For me, it’s just enough, even if I have to add a sprinkle of sugar.