Mrs Radfad Drinks Tea

Welcome to Mrs Radfad Drinks Tea – tea and tisane reviews with heart(s). Join me as I fumble my way through the enormous world of tea and infusions, from English Breakfast teabags, to traditional Japanese Sencha, through Argentinian Yerba Mate and aged Chinese Pu’erh (or however I’m spelling it today), probably ending up with something mixed with roses and lavender at bedtime. Although the tea may be gifted, all my opinions are my own. I post daily on my Instagram if you fancy seeing a lot more tea, including café reviews and teamail from all over the world, and sometimes video stories about cats I don’t own.

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  • Da Hong Pao by Pure Chinese Tea

    19th Jan 2020 by

    (Gifted for purposes of review) Once upon a time on Instagram, Pure Chinese Tea reached out to me and asked me if I’d like to sample three teas from their site. My uneducated ass picked, not at random, but three that would be sufficiently different to get a good cross section.  Lovely Yeti advised me… Read more

  • Keemun Black Tea by Lynch’s Brew

    14th Jan 2020 by

    (Gifted for purposes of review) Looook, more delicious, single origin black tea, coming atcha, this time from Anhui province of China. Keemun or Qimen tea is a milder black tea than something like bolshy Assam, but don’t assume that mild is code for lacking in taste… This lush Keemun is sold by Lynch’s Brew, a… Read more

  • English Breakfast, Pure Ceylon Black Tea by Ceylon Teabox

    4th Jan 2020 by

    (Tea gifted for purposes of review) Use the code WELCOME for 20% off your first order at Ceylon Teabox, who also sell adorable personalised teapots (I don’t get commission on this one, I just like sharing codes) Happy new year Teaple! It’s New Year, Same Mrs Radfad Nonsense, so let’s get started with a rich… Read more

  • November Subscription Box by BRUU Tea

    13th Dec 2019 by

    (Gifted for purposes of review) Well, Christmas came early for me this year, when BRUU Tea (pronounced “brew”) very kindly sent me one of their monthly subscription boxes to try. If you didn’t already know, I’m super fond of subscription boxes, because I resent making decisions, I love new teas, and getting things through the… Read more

  • Lynch’s Breakfast Brew by Lynch’s Brew

    7th Dec 2019 by

    (Gifted for purposes of review) Existing in part to prove that adorable branding and cracking tea can exist in the same sphere, Lynch’s Brew are a family run tea and coffee company, based in Newquay, Cornwall. After I stopped picturing Newquay in summer (strategically erasing the crowds of beach-goers obv) and sighing happily, I got… Read more

  • Versatili-T by Infuzology

    21st Nov 2019 by

    (Gifted for purposes of review) Up here in the North East, we have some cracking small batch producers, and if you’ve not come across them before, allow me to introduce you to Infuzology.  Infuzology are a family run start-up, dedicated to using quality, natural herbs and spices to both enhance your drinks, cooking and your… Read more

  • Less Stress More Zest by Mindful Roots Tea 

    16th Nov 2019 by

    (Gifted for purposes of review) When the lovely Elle, creator of Mindful Roots Tea, approached me about a possible collaboration, I was immediately drawn to both the name/concept of her tea company and this infusion… if you’ve been playing along on instagram, you’ll already know that lavender is one of my faaavourite aromas, especially when… Read more

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