One way that never fails to make this blogger happy is to send me tea, well that and chocolate! I was pleased when I got this pack of Victory Tea though the post to try. Victory Tea promises to deliver premium tea at fabulous prices. You can only buy their tea online and in bulk which means it works out cheaper.
I was sent one of their trial packs which arrived in this fabulous packet with two gold foil packs of forty teabags inside. I loved the outside packet, it really goes with the name Victory Tea and reminds me of a letter sent during the wartime. It’s small size means that their is no waste packaging and the box can be recycled.
The teabags are standard square teabags. The tea inside is sourced from all round the world and Victory Tea say they only use the best sources. The tea is vacuum packed after it has been picked which is meant to keep it fresher. It is then put into the teabags and they are sealed in the foil packets.
It all sounded very good so I just had to make myself a cup. I poured the water over the teabag and added the water. When it brewed it had a nice colour that was not too black.
I have to admit I really liked the tea, it was not too strong and it has a lovely refreshing taste. It was perfect to have as a morning cup of tea. I would also have this at any time of the day, including for afternoon tea (where it really should be served with cucumber sandwiches).
You can order Victory Tea from their website. You can buy several different sizes and the bigger box you buy the cheaper it is. A trial box of 40 teabags is £1.50, 80 teabags are £5.00, 640 teabags are £16.00 and 1600 teabags are £30 which works out at £1.50 for 80. All the prices include postage and packing. If you drink lots of tea this is a great way to buy it.
Disclosure: I was sent some teabags in return for an honest review. I was not told what to write and my opinions are my own.
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