Tigerlilly Quinn: I'm a sweet rhubarb fairy..

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

I'm a sweet rhubarb fairy..


..is the start to a blog post I never thought I'd write



Taylors of Harrogate recently got in touch with me to ask if I would like to try out their new fruit tea range inspired by Flower Fairies. I don't know about you but as soon I read the word 'Flower Fairies' I was transported back to 9 year old me with the whole fairy collection blue tacked to my bedroom wall.

After trying their quiz I discovered what fairy I was (Sweet Rhubarb) and was intrigued to see if that would be the flavour I would enjoy best. Actually I honestly enjoyed each flavour from the range but I would have to say my top three would be Chamomile & Vanilla, Spiced Apple and yep Sweet Rhubarb.

I'm not usually a fruit/herbal tea kinda girl. I usually prefer my regular breakfast tea drank intermittently between cups of coffee (all the caffeine!) but actually I've found lately this has been making me feel quite anxious so I'm thankful of a excuse to mix this up a bit.

Taylors have actually worked with Royal Botanic Key Gardens to develop this range, they are caffeine free, contain no added sugar and contain only natural ingredients.

As a fan of design too I love the packaging and the colours of the teas are just beautiful (and perfect for taking photos of (which is always important ;))

Are you a fan of fruit tea? Have you tried this range?

In association with Taylors of Harrogate 

13 comments:

Caro Davies said...

Aaah — I absolutely LOVED these books when I was a littlie!! I have the whole set at my parent's house! What a shame I won't have a daughter to pass them on to... maybe a granddaughter in years to come?! ;)


I took the little quiz and it made me laugh as I am a 'Chamomile and Vanilla Fairy' — yep — the packaging is JUST my colour!!! Perfect ;) X

Emma Harris said...

I always loved the Flower Fairies, and actually recently found a couple of old books which my daughter now has. Obviously I had to take the quiz and I'm a Blackberry and Elderflower Fairy, which I suspect I would probably quite like as a tea!

Claire said...

Oh I love the flower fairies too. The tea looks lovely. My kids are loving fruit tea at the moment too x

Wild & Grizzly said...

OOh i think I need to swap a coffee every now and again for some herbal tea. Sounds lovely x

Katie Sparrow said...

Oh that brings back memories! I had the Flower Fairy ABC blu-tacked to my wall. I remember spending hours idly studying it. Shame I had 3 boys - those Flower Fairy books are just going to keep gathering dust somewhere in the attic!

Polly Davies said...

I used to drink loads of fruit teas... should start doing so again really!

Lottie :: Oyster & Pearl said...

Flower fairies! Love it. Had completely forgotten about them until now x

abigail said...

We used to have a flower fairies memory game, I loved it! I've always preferred herbal teas over fruity ones, but these do sounds delicious, and that packaging is totally drawing me in!

abigail said...

p.s I just took the quiz and I got the lemongrass and ginger fairy, which totally backs up what I said just now!

SlummySingleMummy said...

I HAVE tried this range and the rhubarb is absolutely my favourite!

Alice J-T said...

I remember the flower fairies! I had some lovely framed pictures of them on my wall when I was very little. This takes me right back and the rhubarb flavour sounds delicious... I love rhubarb x

Fiona said...

Spiced apple tea sounds amazing. I've moved away from breakfast tea after being a lifelong supporter, and now only drink fruit teas. I am partial to berry flavoured ones myself, but I really want to try this spiced apple one now x

laura redburn said...

i've never found a fruit tea i've liked. i mostly drink green tea, and chamomile or peppermint from time to time. might give these a try :)

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