Champion Cuppa

Blends which are beyond beautiful; combined with The Kettle Shed branded tea jars, make for a perfect gift. Adding a decorative touch to any home or café, the air tight tea jars keep bags fresh and flavoursome.  A distinctive and versatile award-winning collection that treat your taste buds, such an artisan array organised into caddies may lift one’s spirits on drizzly days like these.

For Kettle Shedders this summer – ways to enhance your tea:

1.Sleepy Head


© Rosie Purrier

Add a slice of fresh orange to absorb the tea spoon or two of sweet honey which you’ve mixed in. This complements the fragrant floral infusion and creates a soothing syrupy texture. Perfect for those summer evenings in the garden, or whilst curled up before bed time listening to the pitter patter of rain drops. A potent posy boiled into a serene and steamy brew to help you unwind. Comprising of calming chamomile paired with lavender and tangy elder-flower.

  1. Carrot Cake and Sticky Banana Bread

Carrot Cake tea is just so scrumptious. A much-loved treat turned into an innocent herbal infusion. Almond milk adds a smooth and nutty taste, complete with a sprinkle of sugar and cinnamon stick this really boosts the baked goods beverage. Based on rooibos, a naturally caffeine free alternative to tea from South Africa. An indulgent blend containing cinnamon, almond slices, carrot pieces, mallow flowers and flavour. Also used these additives for the Sticky Banana Bread tea!


© Rosie Purrier

  1. Mighty Matcha

Melt in your mouth Matcha – when mixed into melted white chocolate and set in the fridge! Simple and quick, these chocolate cubes make for a tasty addition to a frothy Matcha Latte. An effective coffee alternative, it’s high dose of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals have been proven to increase energy. Here’s how to make one.

Spoon a teaspoon of Matcha powder into a mug adding two teaspoons of honey. Next pour three table spoons of boiled water into the mixture and stir. Whisk until a smooth green paste is created ensuring there are no lumps. Boil 300ml of oat milk in a saucepan or microwave and add into the mug. Whisk the milk and sweetened Matcha together!


Image repost: matchakiyoi on Instagram

Alternatively, add a teaspoon of Matcha to a refreshing smoothie, one containing white watermelon, kale, pear and honey is especially delicious! Instead of using a hand full of fresh kale, try pureeing and  freezing it with water, add a kale  block to your smoothie for a mineral ice blast full of goodness!

kale cubes

© Rosie Purrier


© Rosie Purrier

Shop online at The Kettle Shed, they sell loose leaf tea as well as environmentally friendly tea bags. Not only that The Kettle Shed #GiveACup, donating tea to homeless shelters across the UK every time a box of their tea is purchased!


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