TEAPIGS GIFT GUIDE

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Let's get real with each other here, its one week and one day until Christmas and I guarantee that you have at least one person that you still have to buy for. I'm right, aren't I? I knew it! But its okay, you've still got time to buy someone a cracking present, and Teapigs have got some amazing options, perfect for tea newbies and enthusiasts alike. Just to make matters even better, Teapigs have given my readers an exclusive discount for 15% off your order if you use code AMYLEE15, we all know that a bit of money off can make the world of difference at this time of year. Here is a little selection of Teapigs gifts that would be perfect for any tea lover in your life this Christmas. The discount code is valid until the end of January 2018 and is valid for one-time use, cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or on bundles. Mini Packs gift set - £13.50 for 6 packs of 2 tea templesSelection Box - £9.50 for 10 individually wrapped tea templesThe Mini Pack gift set and Selection Box are both great for people who would like to try a whole bunch of teas but don't want to commit to a full-size box just yet, they are the perfect gift to help someone find their new favourite cup of tea. Teapigs also do a Pick n' Mix box which I think is a great idea, you can choose 12 teas and the box included 12 boxes of 2 tea temples, I love the fact that you can choose the blends that are included, so you can tailor the blends to the taste of the person you're buying for.Teapigs Keep Cup - £15.99 reusable tea/coffee cupTravel mugs are the gift that keeps on giving, they are always handy and are so much better for the environment than paper cups - a lot of cafes actually offer you a discount if you bring your own cup. The Teapigs Keep Cup is super cool looking, the glass cup helps to keep your drink warm for quite a long time and the cork band makes it comfortable to hold (and it just straight up looks cool).Christmas bundle - £10.99 for 3 boxes of 15 tea templesTeapigs have an amazing range of blends, they are probably some of the only whole leaf, high-quality tea that you can buy from UK supermarkets, so they are really easy to get hold of especially for people who are into tea but not quite at my level of obsession yet, if they like the tea you buy them then they would easily nip to the local Tesco and get some more.  The fact they mostly sell tea temples instead of loose leaf make these feel like luxurious teabags and without the faff of loose leaf that some people just don't have the time for.Big thanks to Teapigs for sending me these amazing Christmas gifts and thank you for reading! X