As a mum there is nothing I enjoy more than a hot cup of tea and a five minute break. Whether that’s a stolen moment captured during a nap time or play time, or in an evening curled up watching a little TV with The L’s Papa. I just love tea. Surprisingly I went off it during my pregnancy, but as soon as Baby L arrived I couldn’t get enough of the stuff.
I am more of an afternoon tea drinker. In the morning I like a coffee, but as the afternoon hits I want something more subtle and to be fair it just feels rather indulgent curling up with a hot cup of steaming tea.
I’m really fussy about it as well. I only like one type of tea. It has to be made in a certain way. I can’t have anyone make it for me anymore, not even my mum. And that use to be the one cup of tea I wanted. My mum’s. But since having a child I just can’t stand the taste unless i have prepared it myself. They can make it in the exact same way but for some reason it just doesn’t taste the same. Is it just me? Am I weird?
I was given the opportunity o review the Price and Kensington Tea for one and to be fair I couldn’t have been more delighted. It seemed rather special to have my own little trap pot and cup. Just for me. As if made for my special stolen mummy moments.
The Price and Kensington Tea for one is a unique stackable combination that when combined looks like an elongated teapot with two handles. t is made from durable stoneware and is in a lovely bright orange colour.
Currently priced at just £4.95 it really is a bargain. Don;t you think it would make such a great christmas present?
I like my tea strong, and so PG Tips extra strong is the only one I will drink. I have a certain way of doing it, unfortunately to all you tea fanatics the milk goes in at the very end and it really is a drop, and I mean drop. I can’t stand anything milky tasting. I have half a teaspoon of sugar which is a massive improvement of my two sugars only a few years ago.
Tea for my provides me with that ultimate mummy moment. It allows me to recharge the batteries, set everything back into place and start again.
Do you enjoy a cup of tea? How do you drink yours?
Thanks for reading
The L’s Mum