Teapigs – Must Stock Winter Treats for Christmas 2021


Tea advent calendar


Hands down the most highly requested item in teapigs history, the UK’s leading premium tea company are THRILLED to reveal that the hugely popular teapigs advent calendar will be returning to shelves in time for Christmas 2021!


“We’ve seen a big boom in premium advent calendars in the luxury goods industry over the last couple of years and based on the success of last year’s teapigs calendar we just had to make another one,” says Louise Cheadle, teapigs co-founder and tea taster. “24 days of teapigs’ allows tea lovers to don their tea tasting hat and slurp their way through a new blend every morning in the run up to the big day. As well as some old favourites, you’ll also get the chance to try out more of our unique blends and discover our new range of feel-good teas. We’ve even thrown in a super special treat for you to enjoy on Christmas Eve. “


The 2021 teapigs advent calendar has new design and an RRP of £29.99 which makes it a great way to boost basket spend pre-Christmas. With 24 teas in total, it’s the perfect advent calendar to keep tea fans going through winter and a must have for teapigs everywhere!


Limited edition winter teas


teapigs’ range of limited-edition winter blends are back making the perfect addition to any tea menus or retail shelves – and this time they’ve brought a few brand new flavours!


“Offering seasonal specials encourages people to try something new on a weekly or monthly basis and shows a vibrancy in your menu which will please customers,” says Louise. “These super tasty, naturally caffeine free festive blends are perfect winter warmers to add to your menu or shelves. Our Gluhwein, spiced pear and gingerbread have been firm favourites with retail and foodservice customers alike and this year we’re excited to compliment them with two fab new flavours. Sweet spearmint gives you the yummy taste of the white and red candy canes you might see hanging on a Christmas tree, while toffee apple is an indulgent sweet treat that is sure to warm up the chilly winter months.”


www.teapigs.co.uk

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