29.9.13

Time For Tea: Løv Organic Herbal Teas

I love a cuppa. English breakfast, green or chai, there's nothing quite like a steaming brew when it's chilly outside. Having an entire work surface in my kitchen dedicated to different herbal teas is pretty self explanatory, but when Løv Organic got in touch about trying some of their own blends I couldn't wait to boil the kettle. In Scandinavian countries 'løv' means 'leaf' - Løv Organic was inspired by this part of the world where a modern lifestyle goes hand-in-hand with respecting the environment. With delicious and innovative organic tea and wellness blends in beautiful eco-friendly packaging, Løv Organic a range of uniquely blended teas that brightens the simplest moments. Each one of their tea bags is made with muslin, containing a hefty amount of their natural blends that produce 2-3 cups of the good stuff. There's no chalky texture, film or greasiness in the tea, just a smooth and tasty cup to enjoy. If you're a fan of herbal blends but don't like the strong taste of a lot of the mint teas, then Løv offers a tasty alternative without a bitter aftertaste. Their loose teas are also delicious, with Lovely Night sending you off to sleep via a hint of chamomile, rooibos, honeybush and pear. These certainly aren't a traditional cup of Twinings, providing a much deeper and invigorating experience for the taste buds. A box of teabags will set you back £8.00, while a huge tin of loose tea can be yours for £9.00. Well worth it if you're a tea lover or wannabe connoisseur, or simply want to expand your tea horizons.


The blends are available online and in John Lewis stores.
Check out their website: uk.lov-organic.com
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  1. I really love tea, these bags look so cute too! I think this would be a perfect present for my mum :)

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    1. They would make a perfect present - especially because they come in divine little tins.

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