Tea & Scandal is the work of a few lovely local ladies who love a good cuppa tea. It’s also 100% percent organic, so you are really just getting the good stuff.
After years of careful research they have hand picked some beautiful blends of tea that are refreshing, heartwarming and plain old tasty. Their tea is created in small batches and smells absolutely divine.
Some of these blends are also suitable as an iced tea suitable for those warm summer nights. The creators of Tea & Scandal, Kirsten and Amy created their tea partnership to:
“embrace age old recipes, enhanced for modern tastes and devote our time to formulating unique recipes and infusing scents that capture our love of tea.”
English breakfast – a quintessential ‘British cup of tea’, a classically strong and full bodied blend that goes well with milk & sugar.
Cheeki Chai – always a crowd pleaser, this little cheeky chai is the perfect spicy cup of goodness. With cloves, cinnamon, coriander, nutmeg, ginger, cardomom, star anise & darjeeling tea it really will spice up your life!
Earl Grey – aromatic bergamont adds a refined tart citrus taste to this dark full leaf tea.
Green Tea Meadow – a mild green tea with a lovely floral bouquet. Organic ingredients included in this blend are lemon balm, Chamomile flowers, rose petals, calendula petals, lavender, stevia leaf and sencha green tea.
Mint Delight – a strong green tea with a lovely mint punch. A blend of china green tea, peppermint & spearmint.
Alternatively for a little take home jOy you can enjoy these blends in handy take home resealable pouches:
Sleepy root – a pleasant peppermint taste, complimented by the sweet liquorice root & camomile flower.
Women’s issues – a bright & refreshing raspberry leaf blended with fragrant lavender, a spicy lemongrass & the zing of mint.
Heavenly Hibiscus – aromatic spices to warm the palate, deep & rich in colour with a light & tangy taste. This is warm & heavenly on a cold day or would make the perfect summer iced tea. A blend of rooibos, cinnamon chips, citrus peel, rose petals, cloves, allspice & hibiscus petals.
Or visit the Tea & Scandal website for more information