If you are entertaining family and friends over Christmas, why not pull out all the stops to impress them this year?You might have all the best trimmings for your turkey or have decorated the house to an awe-inspiring standard, but it is often the little things that people remember most about the big day.Carefully selecting teas for your Christmas Day guests will turn heads for all the right reasons - the only problem is that you might end up playing host more often than you would like!
Serving tea on Christmas Day
There are various opportunities to impress your visitors with tea on Christmas Day. If they are staying over, why not treat them to an invigorating cup of tea on Christmas morning? Organic tea is a great choice - try our Special Earl Grey, which can be served either with or without milk or sugar for a subtle start to the day. Once the Christmas meal is out of the way, why not brew some loose leaf tea? Although coffee is traditionally served after a meal, tea can be a much lighter choice - perfect for times when you may have over-indulged a little! You could choose a variety such as Golden Wattle, which is a blend of rosehip and that perfect Christmas ingredient of cinnamon. It is billed as a rich dessert tea, so there really is no better choice for your Christmas dinner table. Another option is one of our blooming teas, which are best served in glass tea service sets. The bulb is placed at the bottom of the cup or teapot and as the petals start to open, the water is infused with flavour and colour - sure to put a smile on your dinner guests' faces!