We’re now getting on for the middle of November and the temperature has dropped very quickly over the past couple of weeks. I’ve had our fire lit most nights and I know a lot of people will have put their heating on by now! When it gets to this time of year I start craving hot chocolates and the kettle in our house seems to be constantly boiling for John and his tea! It got me thinking though, what makes the perfect cuppa?
I’m a bit strange and don’t actually like my hot drinks to be mega hot. I like a drink to be hot but only hot enough so I can drink it without burning my mouth! John, on the other hand, has to make his tea as soon as the kettle has boiled. If it has been sat there for more than 30 seconds, he has to boil it again! Rinkit’s Thermo Insulated Hot Drinking Glasses are amazing for keeping your hot drinks really hot and they also make fruit teas look really pretty too!
When it comes to drinking tea, especially when my sister is here to stay, a lot can be consumed in one day. Sometimes, rather than making a cup at a time using a teapot is a much better ideas. The Nicola Spring Patterned Porcelain Teapot and Patterned Coffee and Tea Mugs from Rinkit are the perfect set for brewing the perfect cuppa for both yourself and friends and family!
Drinking tea can be a really healthy choice of drink and Tetley really have you covered. The new Super Green Tea Sunshine range. Each cup contains 23% of your recommended daily amount of vitamin D so that’s such a great start to your day in only 1 cup!
Sometimes John wants a cup of tea but he worries about having too much caffeine so a great option is Tick Tock Rooibos Tea. There are six flavours available; Rooibos Original, Rooibos Green Tea, Vanilla Chai, Lemon & Ginger, Vanilla and Earl Grey and they are all caffeine free!
While John may be quite picky about his tea, I’ll happily take a hot chocolate piled high with cream from a nice cafe any day! What is your hot drink of choice?
Disclaimer: We were sent items for the purpose of this post. All opinions are our own.