Give thanks for our Thanksgiving-inspired blends!




Holiday Tea Trio


Holiday Tea Trio


Give thanks for our Thanksgiving-inspired blends!




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lProduct Description

Our new Holiday Tea Trio was inspired by the tasty food served at a proper Thanksgiving dinner: say hello to Seasonal Stuffing, Candied Yams and Key Lime Pie. We've got all tastes covered- whether you're a fan of sweet, herbal or savory blends, there's something for everyone! 


The Holiday Tea Trio includes 50g of:



Warning: Packed in an environment that contains nuts.


Please check out our allergens page for any queries you may have regarding ingredients 

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Holiday Tea Trio

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Full of Crackers

If I'd seen these the flavours from any but my fave tea company, I would undoubtedly have turned my nose up. Knowing Bluebird to be perfectionist purveyors, they went straight through as a seasonal gift to myself. I shall now review them individually in order of trying:

Stuffing- The perfect savoury tea! It must be stated here that I don't actually like stuffing, which makes it even more of a coup that this was love at first sip. I have been suffering from cold-like symptoms a lot lately, and the combo of cleansing sage and sweet nuttiness did a lot to clear the congestion.

Candied Yam- I was disappointed to miss out on Spiced Pumpkin pie this year, so was delighted to find this slightly more earthy offering even more delectable. The sweetness and spiciness are undercurrents to the pervading warm comfort.

Key Lime Pie - This was the only minor point, and the reason for not giving the set full marks. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed it and will continue to do so. The only difficulty is that, however I brew it, the lime comes through as very much an aftertaste. I've eaten a fair bit of the green goodness (if you haven't, this song calls it), and enjoy it best as lime topnote, creamy middle, spiced biscuit last. This tea has creamy topnote, then the biscuit, and the lime only comes minutes after finishing
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