Monday, 15 August 2011

Kusmi Iced Tea

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I was sent a great selection of iced tea from Kusmi. There were twenty four sachets to try (two of each):
Detox - Maté, green tea & lemongrass
Anastasia - Bergamot, lemon and orange blossom
Boost - Maté, green tea and spices
Genmaicha - Japanese green tea with popped rice and corn
Label Impérial - Green tea, orange and cinammon
Kashmir Tchaï - Black tea and spices
Thé vert à la fraise - Strawberry green tea
Thé vert gingembre-citron - Ginger-lemon green tea
Thé vert à la menthe - Spearmint green tea with Nanah mint leaves
Sweet love - Black tea, guarana, spices and pink pepper
Be Cool - Caffeine free blend, liquorice and peppermint
Thé vert à la rose - Green tea scented with rose petals
I tried the rose tea first, as the hot version is already a favourite. Very easy to make, this iced tea was every bit as delicious as the description. I can't wait to try the other flavours.

31 comments:

  1. Sounds lovely! I adore iced tea. Superb photos as always
    xx
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  2. I would love to try these - i love the sound of each and every flavour! The packaging is awesome too, very pretty!

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  3. gorgeous photos! cool packaging and everything is just so neat! love it.

    http://pinklemonsorbet.blogspot.com/

    Meena xxx

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  4. I've recently bought their detox tea after trying it at cafe royal, I haven't tried it as an iced tea yet though. I love the packaging especially the tins.

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  5. Yumm, love me some good tea and these are darling as well:-)

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  6. Oh how lucky of you to have received such pretty (and delicious!) looking teas!

    x Michelle | thefeatherden.net

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  7. ooh not a fan of tea, but mmmm that looks lovely

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  8. So pretty! Where did you get the amazing jug and glasses from?! I need them in my life! xxx

    http://cateycate.blogspot.com/

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  9. Ooh these look lovely! I do love Rose tea, and mixed with green it sounds heavenly!

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  10. I love iced tea bags so much, I buy them all the time but had yet to find them in the UK - thanks so much for introducing me to this brand!

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  11. I have not been a huge fan of iced ea myself, but after seeing your adorable presentation I really really want some. :)

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  12. I'm a total Teapigs girl but this all sounds LOVELY! xXx

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  13. sooo cute and really cool! Im an avid tea drinker myself so I'm sure the cold version must be just as good! Have you tried that awesome cocktail, of cold green tea and champagne? soo nice! Love your little set up for your photos too :) xx

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  14. Catey cate - they were Habitat a long time ago!

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  15. I'm such a tea addict! They look like they would taste amazing! Love the pretty packaging too! Spearmint and mint tea sounds heavenly! x

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  16. Ooo they sound delicious, I've been looking for some new tea to try to xoxo

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  17. Oh my gosh! I love tea, iced and otherwise, so these sound incredible to me.

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  18. Kusmi is the biggest tea gal ever in Paris town... still haven't tried. Bad gal me!

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  19. Hello dear :) loved your post and that tea packaging cant be any cutier :)

    xxx

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  20. Ohh that looks so cute! I would love to try out all these flavours <3

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  21. I've had a love for Kusmi tea since the first time I tried it! But I've never had it iced. Sounds yummy!

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  22. super stylish tea packets. i don't actually drink any tea, the odd occasion hollie makes me some fancy stuff

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  23. Great photos. I love a relaxing cup of tea iced or hot. I am really loving the glasses and pitcher too!

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  24. oh, that's a whole lot of variety for iced tea! a bit random, but i adore all the florals in these pics:)

    xx

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  25. Oh Yum! These are right up my street. The packaging is adorable too.

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  26. I haven't had Ksumi teas in ages, but used to love getting them in Paris. Had no idea they had an iced version. I assume you just seep these in chilled water? I do love that idea. Strangely Twinings had a version as well, but only in France. I wish more tea brands would produce these.

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  27. Aren't these just amazing! This was practically the only thing I drank (okay other than coffee, absinthe and wine) when I was in Paris recently.

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  28. these are the cutest pictures.
    looks like a wonderful day.<3

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