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As our selection of breakfast teas grows we often get asked what the difference is between them all. So we have put together a definitive guide. As always, there is no right or wrong answer when it comes to your cup of tea, one is not inherently better....
For those that don't know, afternoon tea first rose to popularity in the 1840s thanks to Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford and friend of Queen Victoria. Due to the invention of gas lighting, dinner at this time was served fashionably late, often as...
I was young when my love affair began, not even walking. I used to sit on my father’s lap and steal the dregs of his tea. At the time he drank a strong brew with 4 sugars that we used to affectionately call a “squaddie”. I am pretty sure in hindsight...
In short, yes. Children can enjoy tea, but reading these recommendations will make sure your child has a safe and happy experience (all advice is aimed at children over 6 months of age. Water and milk are the only recommended drinks for infants under...