WELSH BREW TEA - Peppermint Tea

 I drink so much tea that sometimes I worry I'll take it a cup too far and my ears will start spurting Earl Grey. And one day last year, I happened to mention on Instagram that 'd run out of tea bags (it was a major SHOCK HORROR moment).....and the next thing I knew Welsh Brew Tea had sent me the most amazing selection of brews.  The rest were guzzled pretty quickly but these  Peppermint luxury pyramid bags  stayed in the cupboard a while. I have mint in the garden and I tend to just throw a few leaves in some hot water when I fancy something without caffeine. However, recently the the combination of major sunshine (I'm not complaining), huge snails on steroids (I am complaining) and cats in a territory war (I'm still complaining) meant that my mint died a really awful death. So I finally reached into the cupboard.  AND IT WAS A REVELATION! The tea bags are yummy, minty fresh and not too strong. And I don't end up with soggy mint leaves on my upper lip either.  The other day I had a cup when painting, and felt compelled to paint the beautiful blue and white  Louise Wilkinson  bone china mug as well as the package itself. So thank you again  Welsh Brew Tea .....this illustrated thank you took a while but it just needed a little time to brew : )

I drink so much tea that sometimes I worry I'll take it a cup too far and my ears will start spurting Earl Grey. And one day last year, I happened to mention on Instagram that 'd run out of tea bags (it was a major SHOCK HORROR moment).....and the next thing I knew Welsh Brew Tea had sent me the most amazing selection of brews.

The rest were guzzled pretty quickly but these Peppermint luxury pyramid bags stayed in the cupboard a while. I have mint in the garden and I tend to just throw a few leaves in some hot water when I fancy something without caffeine. However, recently the the combination of major sunshine (I'm not complaining), huge snails on steroids (I am complaining) and cats in a territory war (I'm still complaining) meant that my mint died a really awful death. So I finally reached into the cupboard.

AND IT WAS A REVELATION! The tea bags are yummy, minty fresh and not too strong. And I don't end up with soggy mint leaves on my upper lip either.

The other day I had a cup when painting, and felt compelled to paint the beautiful blue and white Louise Wilkinson bone china mug as well as the package itself. So thank you again Welsh Brew Tea.....this illustrated thank you took a while but it just needed a little time to brew : )