Can a coffee drinker be convinced to drink tea?

One of my friends is an avid tea drinker and has always been convinced that its not that I dont like tea its just that I have never had a decent cup of tea. With this in mind he suggested teapigs. I had never heard of them before but they boast that they use the whole leaf and not the dust. Well that certainly got my attention. A few emails later and a lovely sample package was waiting for me to explore.

After I fended off the tea drinking husband I managed to select a super fruit tea. I was instantly impressed with the tea and that was before I had even put water in. The quality of the bag and the fact that actually all it contained was berries made me realise that this would be no ordinary tea. I suppose it was really like a nice hot cup of really good quality cordial. Being a coffee drinker i was a bit put off by the lack of caffeine but actually it seemed to revive me anyway.

The husband proceeded to steal the teapigs from the cupboard and on confrontation said that he was helping me to review them. I did actually manage to get some feedback from him after he tried the Rooibos Creme Caramel, it was mainly groans of pleasure and the odd mmmmm sound but I gathered that he enjoyed it a lot.

If you want to have a try of teapigs they very kindly gave me a discount code for you all to get 15% off just enter BLOGGERS12 into the checkout (it does not apply to gifts and cheeky deals as these are already discounted)

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I received a few sample packs for the purpose of this review but all thoughts are my own with the odd input from the hubby