The MSN Her team recommend a beauty buy every day, this week their buy included Silver Lantern tea. Have a look here to read more. MSN said they have ‘fallen a little bit in love with the delicious range of Silver Lantern Teas’.
Neat PR always love to come up with something original so we were so impressed when we heard RocknRollerBaby’s plans for her son Jimmy’s 1st Birthday Party – a Mad Hatter’s Tea party theme! A tea party would not be complete without some Silver Lantern tea for the adults of course.
To find out what mum Ruth thought of Silver Lantern and how she intends to serve tea with a twist take a look here. We love the labels with blending instructions she has created and can’t wait to read more, post the party! Keep an eye out too to see her feedback on other Silver Lantern flavours.
It is always interesting to know why someone starts a business, in Glam today you can find out why Rebecca Paul owner of Silver Lantern Tea decided to start a tea company. ‘Tea is increasing in popularity’ says Rebecca. To find out more have a look at GLAM
Tea has always been a part of British life, today Emma from Life of Yablon reviewed Silver Lantern Tea. She says ‘Brewing and blending is now my cup of tea.’ To read more click here.
This month in Kitchen Godess you can read all about why Rebecca Paul created her own tea brand and making your own blends at home.
Silver Lantern encourages you to ‘make your own tea blend’ with a variety of their loose leaf teas. ‘For instance,’ they say, ‘if you love a strong, malty breakfast tea, why not create your own blend with extra Assam?’ They have a whole host of suggested blend recipes online (just mix a teaspoon of that with a teaspoon of this, then brew in a ‘tea ball infuser’), and ashop too where you can buy everything from ceylon to jasmine pearls, oolong, silver needles, yunnan green and gunpowder – all sold as loose leaf teas.
Silver Lantern is all about taking the time to really appreciate tea. ‘There’s nothing quite like watching those beautifully big tea leaves unfurl as the hot water envelops them,’ they say, and we couldn’t agree more. As a starting point, our favourite blend so far has to be their ‘afternoon’ blend – one teaspoon of assam, another of ceylon, and one more of darjeeling makes one of the best brews we’ve ever had.
We were wowed by how pretty these rose buds are, but they’re not just beautiful, they’re delicious and refreshing too. Add one teaspoon of the real rose buds to 200ml of hot water and allow to infuse for two to three minutes for a gorgeously light and floral hot drink. We also added a few to a cup of weak black tea for a twist on the everyday cuppa – fabulous. And they might not be quite as stunning as a bouquet of roses for Mother’s Day but they will be a welcome treat. The Jasmin Pearls in this lovely range is gorgeous too. allaboutyou.com
Insight Magazine. What mother doesn’t like a cup of tea? It’s pretty rare to find one that doesn’t appreciate a well made cuppa, and in particular a mother who doesn’t appreciate a calming cup of Chamomile for those hectic days, we love Silver Lantern high quality loose teas. With a great selection of types and accessories, they make the perfect gift for Mother’s Day.