Romantic Tea Dates for Valentine’s Day
Tea dates are a great way to spend time with a loved one. Are you looking for a significant way to spend time together on Valentine’s Day with the one you love? Look to tea dates. Tea is innately romantic. It involves slowing down, being present and is easy to share to create connection.
Staying in or going out? Tea is perfect for both. Frankly, we love these ideas for any day of the week, any time of the year!
4 Tea Dates To Try This Year:
Pair an afternoon tea date or visit to a local tea shop with a few hours of anything your Valentine loves to do. “Tea and Rugby” comes to mind; spend the afternoon with tea and then take in a game. This could also be “tea and ski;” it doesn’t get cozier than cups of tea by the fireplace in the lodge.
Take a hike
Make a tea date to take your favorite walk around the neighborhood, through your city’s downtown or on the area’s best hiking trail. Fill up your Tea Press Tumbler and enjoy the outdoors and exercise together.
Breakfast in Bed
A twist on the classic breakfast in bed… Find a beautiful tray and serve their favorite breakfast tea as the star of the show, along with fresh fruit and a bacon and white cheddar quiche. For more on pairings, check out our blog: How to Pair Tea with Breakfast Food.
Make a tea cocktail together. Brew Tangerine White Tea double strength and chill. Find your flutes, add a few pieces of rock sugar to the bottom of the glass, fill half full of tea, stir and top with Prosecco. Cheers!
Could you use a little more inspiration for your tea date? Read Our Top Five Reasons to Love Tea.
Are you looking for a gorgeous, romantic tea to warm their heart? Try these…
Teas for Romantic Tea Dates:
Strawberry Lychee Green Tea
This mellow, sun-warmed sencha blends with lychee fruit, jasmine, rose petals and strawberry pieces. The character of the sencha shines through from scent to aftertaste. It is first is accented by flavorful fruit and flowery petals, then it leaves you with a sweet, vegetal finish.
Very Velvet Oolong
Floral flavors are balanced by the buttery undertones of the savory-sweet oolong. Further complexities come forward with peachy notes and a hint of jasmine. The aftertaste is lush and refreshing.
Black Currant Hibiscus
This rich, purple infusion sends out a raisiny aroma and bursts with fully ripe notes. Black currants, hibiscus blossoms, three types of berries and sour cherry pieces create a strong, vivid infusion of unrivaled depth. This rich fruit and flower blend is a feast for the senses.