It may be that you see this post for the 2nd time. I posted it last Sunday, but somehow it did not appear in my time line. Don't really know what happened. Apologies and thank you to the sweet ladies who left a comment and to those of you who already had a look.
Before I start this post, I have to tell you that I am not that much into advertising on my blog. With a job and a busy private life, I don't like to have too much obligations.
However, when Golden Tips tea from India asked me to taste their tea, it did not take me long to decide. Being a huge tea lover. I prefer to drink my tea with milk. Or as they say in The Netherlands, the English way :-) Ever since my early teens I have had a passion for tea. You can imagine my excitement when Golden Tips sent me an email.
The tea arrived in a sealed box. As I am not that much of a green tea or Chai tea lover, I was sent several varieties of Assam and Darjeeling. The tea came from different estates in India. I enjoyed reading the details on the packing, like the date the tea was picked, first flushes or second flushes, sort of blends, the grades and speciality. It made the tea come alive. The teas have names like: Mankota Exotic Assam, Goomtee Darjeeling Arya Ruby Darjeeling Castleton Moonlight. How romantic can tea drinking be :-)
I was really curious to see whether I would taste the difference between the tea I normally drink and Golden Tips tea. I could not have imagined the difference being so great. The taste of the Golden Tips tea is so much better! Some blends have a fruity flavour, while others have a distinct nutty taste. The words that describe the way I experienced the tea best are 'delicate' and 'aromatic'.
I can very much recommend them to you. For more information about the tea, please have a look at the website of Golden Tips. You can order the tea online.
I added a few old and new vintage teacup finds to this post. Hoping you would like it.
Wishing you a Happy week!