Starting the Year with a Nice Cup of Tea

Apologies for my extended blogging absence. I have been hibernating 🙂

But hey, Happy New Year to you! Why not have a nice cup of tea? I can recommend these Dragonfly Tea Organic Cape Malay Rooibos Chai teabags. I would recommend them even more if they didn’t come individually wrapped 😉

rooibos tea

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2 thoughts on “Starting the Year with a Nice Cup of Tea

  1. I’m drinking maple flavoured tea at the moment – gorgeous!

  2. razorcandy says:

    i don’t understand the individually wrapped tea bags either – such a waste packaging. i saw though in some random film someone was like do you want tea and the person got a packet from their pocket and said this is my brand – so it’s useful for people who are fussy about exactly what tea they have i guess!

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