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INTRODUCING…. 2015 Advent Calendar of Tea.

July 11, 2015

INTRODUCING…. 2015 Advent Calendar of Tea: Okay, I know it’s only July, but here at Tea HQ we’ve been thinking about Christmas 2015 since, well, Boxing Day 2014! It’s a strange phenomenon, thinking a year in advance of a season, and it’s especially weird planning Christmas products for press events in the height of Summer, but that’s what our past few weeks have been about. Hopefully you’ll have started to see images of our 2015 Calendar floating around the PostTea socialsphere. We’ve been keeping pretty quiet about the design of this year’s calendar, but now there’s photos out there, I’ve decided it’s time to share a little bit about the changes to this year’s calendar and my thought process behind...

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Celebrate World Gin Day with Tea (and gin, of course!)

June 13, 2015

13th June is World Gin Day, and here at PostTea we're celebrating in the only way we know how - with tea! Gin, like tea, is a British institution. But gin, again like tea, is not British by origin. You might not know it, but the first official recording for the production of gin comes from the early 17th century, made in Holland. Called 'genever', the first botanical juniper based spirits appeared overseas. But here in Britain, we know a good thing when we drink it, so we've adopted it as one of our 'national' drinks. A gin and tonic is as well known a combination as tea and cake, and so it seems only right that we should join...

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