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Sally, London-based bookstagrammer reviews Babingtons Blends speciality green teas


We asked Sally @whatsallyreadnext to review Babingtons Blends speciality green tea blends.

Sally is a London-based bookstagrammer, who loves relaxing with a book in one hand and tea in the other. Her favourite teas are white and green, with green tea being her go-to hot drink. Sally loves the calming and refreshing nature of tea drinking and its health benefits. 

She's always loved tea. Particularly green teas and in recent years, she's had an increased appreciation for all of the different blends and how tea can be a great companion to a book when unwinding from our busy lives.

In her own words.....

"Personally I loved them all three and it was really difficult to pick a favourite as they each had different qualities. I've featured the teas with some of my favourite Asian literature reads in the next couple of photos, to show appreciation for where these teas originated from. Which of the books have you read? 📚

The tea that I'm drinking here is Madame Blue Lady, which is a sweet and scented blend of Chinese Sencha green tea with strong floral notes of cherry blossom and hints of tropical fruits. It's very lovely and fragrant, I could see why it's a favourite for many!

I really enjoyed Moroccan Secret as well, which was a refreshing blend of Gunpowder Chinese green tea with peppermint leaves. It can be enjoyed either hot or cold, with or without sugar - I've been having mine hot without sugar and I think it's perfect!
Finally, I also tried the Royal White Passion, a premium blend of Pai Mu Tan white Chinese tea with notes of tropical fruits. This one smelt divine and had a delicate taste, plus its super healthy with its antioxidants, minerals and vitamins"

Which of these teas do you like the most?



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