Higher Living Tea

I do like a nice cup of tea but I am boring when it comes down to it. I don't usually try anything other than my normal teabags. When we go to a coffee shop I see all different types of teas on the menu but I just stick to a normal cup.
 
I was sent some Higher Living teabags or teapees as these are called recently and I plucked up the courage to give them a try.
 

Higher Living have been blending herbs for over 45 years so they definitely know what they are doing when it comes to make a refreshing cup of tea.
 
All ingredients are natural and organic.
 
Higher Living is a British company and all teapees are biodegradable.
 
Higher Living Green Tea Coconut.
 
I gave this a try first because I like coconut. I had a read of the packaging and it says
 
Organic Green Tea Coconut is an exotic combination of green tea and coconut.
 
Delicious and distinctive tea blend that is both smooth and sweet.
 
When I opened the packet I tried not to look at the teabag because it looked like it was full of grass and twigs.
 

The instructions said to use one teapee for a cup, two for a mug. I used one. Poured over the boiled water and left for five minutes as instructed.
 
After getting over the shock of taking a sip of green tea I actually quite enjoyed it. The coconut flavour was present but not as strong as I would have thought. It was really delicious and refreshing and a drink I would buy.
 
Higher Living Power
 
This one sounds interesting Power. I instantly thought strong with this one.
 

When I read the combination of herbs it has Gingko, Ginseng and Yerba Mate which together give it a powerful, tasty punch to last you through the day.

The smell of this reminded me of my Mums roast dinner. My Dad would always have mint sauce and although there is no mint in this teapee that was the first thing I thought of.
 
Same instructions as before. I waited 5 minutes to give it a try.
 

I took a sip of this and thought 'wow' it had a kick to it and would definitely wake you up in the mornings. It was ok and I did finish it but if I had to choose between the two I would go for the coconut.
 
I know how popular these type of teas are at the moment and it has definitely given me confidence to experiment with some more flavours. I wouldn't choose to drink one every day but definitely at least a few times a week.
 
You can purchase the above teapees as well as many other flavours by visiting the Higher Living Shop Online priced at £4.79 for 15 teapees.
 
 
*I was sent Higher Living teas for a full honest review*

7 comments

  1. oooo I love teas! These look good, will definitely give them a go!

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  2. Michelle,I love tea, the coconut and green tea sounds refreshing, where can I buy a packet?

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  3. I'm drinking a cup of Higher Nature tea right now (revitalising). I love the ginger zinger best.

    Heather
    http://eeebgum.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. I'd love to try the power tea! I could do with some today :)

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  5. I love the sound of the green tea coconut. Coconut seems to be very popular at the moment. I've been drinking coconut water lots lately, but I wouldn't mind giving this tea a go instead!

    Kacie
    http://TheRareWelshBit.blogspot.com

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  6. I'm not usually a tea drinker but these sound great! The coconut one especially x

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  7. I drink tea now and then, and I definitely fancy the coconut one! Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

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