Hello! I feel like Spring has run home and left us all in this cold, miserable weather! It’s cold, it’s raining, I mean, we just cannot have a break these days! And that is why I decided it’s time to talk about coffee & tea! Because, what’s the best time to have either of these if not in the rainy, cold days ahead of us?! So, today, I’m going to be talking, and showing you my favourite kinds of coffee and tea! Grab one yourself and enjoy this post!
If we’re talking about coffee, I’m very boring. I love a good Americano. It’s a bit strange, I have to say, because in my home country everyone drinks Espresso. It was only when I studied in Ireland that I started loving this kind of coffee.
But another love of mine is Macchiato. I actually tried a Macchiato in Starbucks for the first time, how unusual, right? And I’ve been loving it every since.
I also love any type of cold drink that has coffee. Frappés are my favourites too! And I love this product that I always get from the supermarket:
Now, if we’re talking about tea, things are very different. I love tea. And I love many many kinds of tea. I love green tea, white tea, black tea. I love fruity tea, and stronger tea. And fun fact: I used to hate tea until I went to Ireland! I’ll explain: one of my best friends in the world had bought tea from the farmer’s market on a Saturday. She invited me and a few friends to go to her house and hang out and made us all a cup of tea. I wasn’t excited at all, but I couldn’t say no because she was the sweetest for offering! So, I drank for the very first time ever, an amazing tea! I think it was called Butterfly something and I remember looking at the herbs and they were so pretty and floral! I loved the taste as well as the whole experience. And here I am, 3 years later, loving tea! I’ll show you a sneak peek of my collection:
I love having all sorts of tea in the house, so I can always choose what I feel like having. We recently bought the 3 packages of white tea and we’re in love! Especially with names like ‘Bora Bora’… ahm, feels and tastes amazing! Check their other types of tea here. I’m sure you won’t regret it!
Oh! Another fun fact: I do not add sugar nor sweetener to neither my tea nor my coffee. I just never did, and I do feel like it’s a lot nicer to feel all the different aromas when you don’t add something that will alter them.
What about you? Do you have a favourite tea or coffee that you just can’t live without? Let me know in the comments!
Happy tea/coffee time, catreaders!