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Giveaway - We Love Tea Simplicitea Infuser

Simplicitea Infuser

Mothers Day is on Sunday 6th March this year (put it in your diary!) and to celebrate, I've teamed up with the lovely We Are Tea guys to offer one lucky reader the chance to win their Simplicitea Infuser and Whole Rose Bud tea. I don't know many Mums/Nans/Great Grans that don't love a cup of tea so I'm sure this would be a well used and appreciated present for many.

A Bit About The Simplicitea Infuser

A must-have accessory for loose leaf tea fans, the innovative Simplicitea™ infuser means you can brew a perfect cup of loose leaf tea each and every time. Watch the beautiful tea leaves dance as they release their wonderful flavoursbefore you enjoy a fuss-free cup of top-quality tea.

We Are Tea is a speciality tea company that sources whole-leaf teas from artisan producers across the world. They have a range of over 40 teas from classic English breakfast to rare white teas and light green teas.   The company is on a mission to break down the barriers to speciality tea and demystify the often over-complicated world of whole-leaf tea.  From devising unique colour-coded categories for their teas to launching this clever Simplicitea™ infuser, they aim to make it easier than ever for people to explore whole-leaf teas from artisan producers across the world.  Find out more about the award-winning range at

Rose Bud Tea

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  1. A mug of tea

  2. Hot Chocolate with all the trimmings.

  3. I love a nice fruity herbal blended tea x

  4. Besides tea and coffee, I find hot blackcurrant squash to be the most comforting drink there is. :)

  5. A nice cup of tea, nothing like it

  6. Coffee in the morning & red clover tea at night

  7. I like fruit teas, anything berry flavoured usually goes down well!

  8. I'm a coffee fiend but my mum is a big tea drinker, I think she'd love this for her 60th!!

  9. Hot chocolate with marshmallows x

  10. My favourite hot drink has to be tea

  11. Cappucino is my favourite followed by redbush tea.

  12. Rosehip and hibiscus herbal infusion. Hot chocolate for a special treat.

  13. has to be a lovely cup of breakfast tea

  14. Depends on the time of day - rooibos or lemon ginger tea are current favourites.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

  15. My favourite drink is coffee made in an espresso machine but when I drink tea I like it to be perfect, fresh water, special tea leaves and a warm teapot.

  16. My favourite hot drink at the moment is black English Breakfast tea!


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