Afternoon Tea

Clipper Teas tea of the month is a NEW infusion of ‘Dandelion and Burdock’, which has been inspired by the traditional soft drinks (one of my favourites many years ago). It is available from their website for an introductory price of only £1.

While on their website you can also try their ‘Recipe of the Month’ which is ‘Caramel Apple Granny Tart’, and enter their competition to win ‘Tea and Cupcakes’, http://www.clipper-teas.com

If you join their club you can choose to become a taster and receive free samples of their products to try. They also have some amazing present ideas for Christmas.

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  1. I used to love dandelion and burdock pop! I’m not sure I’d like it as tea.

    By the way, my antivirus software just told me that your blog links to a virus:

    Blocked web request to “gelgit.tk/iframe.htm” (linked from “tea4two.blog.co.uk/2011/10/26/dandelion-and-burdock-tea-12075089”) for user NETBOOKTom. ‘Mal/HTMLGen-A’ has been found at this website, reference ID 67221684


    1. Hi Tom, thanks for info on virus. As I am not sure what you do about this I have removed the latest widgit I added which was the video in the hope that’s cleared it. Will you come onto this blog again for me and see if the same thing comes up. Thanks Tom 🙂 And yes, me too I used to love the pop but not sure whether the tea would be as nice 🙂


    1. I wondered if it would taste the same. I’m not sure the tea would taste that good either and yet I used to love the pop when I was young. It’s years and years since I tasted it so maybe the one’s out now are a slightly different recipe. Everything seems to recycle itself nowadays 🙂


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