Mayr's Tea & Design

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As some of you may know, I'm a huuuge tea addict. I drink about 3 cups a day all year round simply because I love the taste and it calms me down very quickly, so when I moved to the UK I was overwhelmed by the variety of tea several shops offered. However, in my home town in Austria there's a little shop called Mayr's Tea & Design which beats all tea shops I've ever been in. Besides selling unique jewellery and decoration, they also produce all sorts of tea themselves only using natural and organic ingredients. I didn't want to miss out on such deliciousness of tea so I made my friend Phil send me tea this Autumn. Two weeks ago the package arrived containing 10 packs of tea. Obviously they all tasted heavenly, but I wanted to share only my five favourites with you!

Wolkenschieber

The title alone is beautiful! The term Wolkenschieber translates to Cloud mover and I think this sounds super Christmassy! I remember my friend Lily and me playing with our barbies sipping this delicious tea. 

Ingredients:

 Dried pieces of apple, kiwi, sour cherry, cranberry and coconut

Türkischer Apfel

Translates to Turkish Apple. Basically tastes like typical Turkish apple tea and is one of my favourite teas ever.


 Ingredients:

 Dried pieces of apple and pineapples

Special Edition:  Fruchtengel


Translates to fruity angel which sounds super funny once you translate it! The German term actually makes you think of an angel who's the goddess of all fruits, it sounds way more elegant!
This tea is anything but boring fruit tea! In fact, it's actually the most extraordinary one I've ever tasted from Mayr's!


 Ingredients:

 Dried pieces of apple, orange, cocoa, almonds, cinnamon quills, pink peppercorns 

Heidelbeer Joghurt


This might sound weird, but this tea looks beautiful! You can see all the brightly coloured petals that turn your tea into a nice red colour!


Ingredients:

Honey, blueberry, cranberry, bluebottle petals

Sonniges Gemüt


My favourite tea, it translates to sunny disposition which really is an appropriate title!


Ingredients:

Dried pieces of apple, orange, physalis, safflower

What's your favourite tea? Tell me! Thank you for reading,




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18 comments

  1. Yummi, seems just delicious (:
    Have an amazing day,
    Madalena

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  2. The one with honey, blueberry, and cranberry sounds very good.. my three favourite flavours together. In Canada my favourite tea store is called DavidsTea, they have a massive selection :)
    emilylavenders.com

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    1. Good to know, maybe me and my wanderlust soul will end up there one day! Thanks for the lovely comment! xoxo, Julie

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  3. Ooh! Very nice :D
    You can't get enough tea especially in the UK where I live! ❤️
    Laila
    www.lailabee.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. great post! x

    http://saradenj.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. Looks so tasty!!♥

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    1. Thanks you for commenting, I'll have a look! xx

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  7. These sound wonderful! I personally am not a huge tea drinker but I think I would be if I had options like these!:)

    Shannon Sage

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    1. You can order similar teas like these online, but I think brands you get in supermarkets like Twinings are nice as well! Thanks for commenting! :)

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  8. All of this sounds amazing! x

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  9. Wow they all look so yummy!
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Thanks for commenting! I read every single one and try to reply as soon as possible. -J xx