Sunday, 15 January 2017

Giveaway ~Charles Viancin magnetic stem tea infuser and saucer


Tea or Coffee?  Statistics show that the consumption of coffee is far greater than tea in the world however to me tea is my favourite drink, I hardly ever drink coffee.
Tea comes from the Camellia Sinensis plant and there are over 3,000 varieties of tea. They can be divided into five basic categories: black, green, oolong, white, and puer. Tea also has many health benefits, it is also a drink that is consumed all over the world in various different forms. Tea is served at breakfast, on street stalls in rustic clay cups to more refined artisan teas parties where the experience and preparation of tea is an art in itself.






































My favourite cup of tea is Indian masala tea made with water, milk, loose tea leaves and a sprinkling of Indian tea masala. This is heaven to me and I crave this every morning, without it my day would not begin.

To help me perfect my cup of tea I use loose tea leaves which I place in my Camellia Tea Magnet and Infuser Set by Charles Viancin. The loose tea and Indian spice is placed in the tea infuser which is popped into a cup and topped with boiling water tea. Once I am happy with the infusion I can use the magnetic stem to lift out my infuser without any difficulty and place it on the silicon saucer that matches this lovely set. All that remains after is to add a dash of milk and a sprinkling of sugar and my daily cuppa is ready.

The Charles Viancin Camellia Tea infuser and saucer is perfect for use with tea bags or loose tea. The infuser is stainless steel and the magnetic stem and saucer are made from 100%. The BPA free silicone, making these totally safe at high temperatures. You can buy the tea infuser for £ 10.00 and the Matching saucer for £ 3.00 from many kitchenware stockists.

**I was sent a magnetic infuser and saucer to try all opinions in this post are of my own.


Charles Viancin have been really kind and they have agree to send one citrusspice reader a magnetic infuser and silicon saucer so that they too can enjoy making a great cup of tea.
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145 comments:

  1. Tetley tea.

    Rachel Craig

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  2. Green tea, though I quite like bog standard Tetleys and PG Tips too :)

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  3. English Breakfast tea is my favourite.

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  4. Love mint tea find it so uplifting and refreshing

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  5. My favourite is good old-fashioned black tea by twinings, clipper or PG. I haven't found an alternative that I like. I always have decaffeinated tea at home.

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  6. Taylor's sweet rhubarb tea is lovely

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  7. I like any green teas or fennel & nettle mix

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  8. Tough choice! I do like matcha though - it's my latest obsession!

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  9. I think my favourite one at the moment is a wild strawberry herbal one :) x

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  10. I love Lapsang Souchong, I have it everyday. I also drink coffee, in the mornings and tea in the afternoon.

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  11. I love green tea with cranberry

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  12. I'm quite partial to a nice raspberry tea

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  13. my favourite tea is lavender tea i always have a cup before bed

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  14. Mark Fridlington16 January 2017 at 15:36

    I like green tea as my favourite.

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  15. I love PG Tips, as i love a strong cup of tea

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  16. I love most tea, but green tea with lemon in the day and a chamomile before bed are my favourites :)

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  17. Love peppermint and lemon and ginger x

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  18. English breakfast or lemon and ginger

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  19. My daughter introduced me to peppermint tea last summer and I love it

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  20. Green tea when I'm stressed and lemon tea when I need a pick me up. x

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  21. It changes periodically. Right now, I'm really enjoying chai tea.

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  22. I love a cup of earl grey...delicious and soothing

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  23. I am boring cos I only like normal tea and don't drink it very often - my hubby & kids are big tea drinkers though

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  24. My favorite tea is Dragonfly Teas Organic Moroccan Mint Green Tea, it's so light & refreshing :)

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  25. Redbush tea is my favourite but I am also partial to flavoured green teas.

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  26. Peach green tea, is amazing and so refreshing

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  27. i'm really into Wunderworkshop tumeric tea at the moment

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  28. Breakfast Tea, milk and one sugar

    Kirsty Fox

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  29. lemon tea i find it very calming and relaxing
    other then that a good string black tea

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  30. Lemon and Ginger!

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  31. definitley cherry and cinnamon at the moment but I do change my mind often and always have a good selection taking over the cupboard

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  32. Assam tea is my favourite.

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  33. My favourites are earl grey or a warming ginger

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  34. PG Tips black tea with two sugars in a little cup

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  35. Apple and camomile is perfect for before bed

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  36. I like so many teas but rather boringly my favourite is Early Grey tea

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  37. Ringtons Tea is my fave

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  38. My favourite tea at the moment is green tea :)

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  39. i love peppermint tea, it is so refreshing

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  40. I love earl grey. You just cannot beat it!

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  41. You can't beat a cup of Yorkshire tea xx

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  42. English Breakfast Tea is my favourite but i love many

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  43. English Breakfast tea is my favourite.

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  44. I love tetley, nice and strong with a splash of milk and two sugars! I also love fruit teas depending on my mood xxx

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  45. English breakfast - every morning!!

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  46. English breakfast, perhaps a bit boring, but nothing beats it! Oh and it has to be PG!

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  47. english breakfast tea is my favourite

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  48. My favourite type of tea is green tea

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  49. I am addicted to Twinings Cranberry and raspberry tea at the moment. It's amazing.

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  50. always been an earl grey fan myself, but quite fond of green tea as well

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  51. Green Tea is my Favourite

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  52. I usually have breakfast tea but I do love the pomegranate green tea now and then.

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  53. Any Finnish tea! Especially their strawberry

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  54. Claire Elizabeth Noke3 February 2017 at 22:12

    I love English Breakfast tea too ! :) xx

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