Those nice teapig people did a spot of sponsoring at the Guildford Book Festival – where I first discovered the teabag-with-real-tea-in-it – and have now kindly sent me a selection of their “pigs” with which to tempt you. A full tasting (with full reference to their mood-o-meter) with full tasting notes, will be taking place over the next few days with a chance for YOU to win a delightful mug-and-teapigs prize. All you have to do is leave a comment here on this very blog and the winner will be picked at random (not by me!) when I have exhausted all the flavours (this could take some time). Watch, as they say – when needing to procrastinate, this space…
Eleanor Roosevelt – “A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it’s in hot water.” 🙂
I can vouch for these (had a wintery one at the festival) – they’re gorgeous. 🙂
Why pigs? Are these teabags vegetarian? Will they be making an appearance at Caerleon? Will I be making an appearance? Not made up my mind yet. xxx
Someone once gave me a Teabag for the Bath. I thought it was a very odd concept: chamomile and lavender and sage I believe. But chamomile smells of cat pee if you leave it for any length of time.
I wasn’t absolutely certain I wanted to smell of cat pee. I suppose the lavender and sage might have toned that down a bit, but I was unwilling to take the chance and gave it to the charity shop.
But I love Teapigs! They are delicious.