Williamson Tea Selection – Review

March 4, 2017

I love trying new teas so when Williamson Tea sent me a selection of their teas I was very happy to try them all out!

Williamson Tea

Williamson Tea is a fifth generation tea farming business. Williamson tea is committed to growing sustainable high quality tea which benefit Kenya, it’s environment wildlife and communities. All the teas are grown on their own farms so they control the quality of the product from bush to cup.

Williamson Tea

The Teas

Earl Grey

The iconic early grey has a subtle floral aroma and tastes amazing. I also love loose leaf tea bags they seem a bit more luxurious and taste so much better. I will definitely be buying some more of these.


The Kenyan loose leaf tea bags are brewed for 2-3 mins. This black tea is rich and refreshing with a strong flavour.

Mini Green Matcha Elephant

Matcha tea has become really popular recently but its also pretty pricey. It tastes quite bitter but it is meant to be super healthy for you. The tea also has very high levels of antioxidants.

Cleansing Mint

The larger elephant with the white and black design was full with mint teabags. I love mint tea and this one was light and refreshing. Mint tea helps to cleanse and detox the body.

Williamson TeaI’ve wanted one of these enamel mugs for a while and #keeponwandering is perfect for me! I think this mug would be great for a camping trip.

Williamson TeaThe elephant tea caddy is perfect for storing all my teas in and I love the intricate design of the tin. Williamson tea have a selection of elephant tins which would make a perfect gift for anyone who loves tea and elephants. Next on my list of to try from Williamson tea is Earl Grey with Blue flowers and their Peach Tea.

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My favourite is the Early grey tea, what’s your favourite tea?

*Thanks to Williamson tea for sending me these items, all opinions remain my own*

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  • Reply sarahscupofbeauty March 5, 2017 at 3:24 pm

    oh wow, these jars are so pretty!! xoxo Sarah

  • Reply Rachel March 9, 2017 at 12:56 pm

    These tea’s sound right up my alley, I hadn’t even heard of this brand.
    What amazing packaging and jars too 😀

    Starlight & Stitches

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