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Build your own infused tea

Indulge in the age-old ceremony of tea-making by using these building blocks to create an indulgent beverage that is just perfect for you.

Cinnamon sticks

Use a cinnamon stick to stir your masala-spiced chai made from cardamom, peppercorns, fennel seeds, brown sugar, ginger and a pinch of salt simmered in some milk.

Orange slices

Do you find herbal tea a bit too bitter? Pop in a few orange slices to add some natural sweetness to your brew.

Rosemary sprigs

This may seem a bit strange in theory, but it is an adventurous must-try for a more savoury and aromatic flavour.

Rose geranium leaves

Do you love Turkish delight as much as we do? Add some of these leaves and your tea will taste, and smell, just like it!

Lemon verbena leaves

The taste of lemon infused in a pot of herbal tea is a match made in heaven. Add it to your favourite for a lemony flavour with a sweet undertone.

Lemon slices

Add some zing to your morning cuppa with some alkalising, immune-boosting and refreshing lemony goodness.

Ginger slices

Not only does it taste amazing, it’s just what you need when you have a sore throat, a cough or any other cold and flu symptoms.

Mint leaves

Drink a cup of mint-infused tea after meals to settle the stomach, aid in digestion and to leave a pleasant and refreshing taste in your mouth.

Lavender flowers

This is the perfect addition to a summer iced tea, especially when you are serving it up to your guests as it looks so beautiful (and tastes great too).

Vanilla extract

Looking for a guilt-free liquid dessert. Look no further. Add a few drops of vanilla extract to your favourite tea blend for an indulgent treat.

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