Get the Par-Tea Started with Aldi's Festive Tea Bags

Elizabeth Elden
4th December 2017, 4:00 PM
  • Mulled wine, prosecco, and martini tea bags
  • The teas will be out from December
  • Limited availability
Discount supermarket Aldi is launching a range of festive tea bags this winter

Elegant Prosecco and Warming Mulled Wine flavours will be available from the 7th December, and new for 2018, Fabulous Raspberry Prosecco and Espresso Marteani flavours will be out.

The four infusions will come in pyramid shaped tea bags and will be just £1.99 for a box of 15 tea bags.

Espresso Marteani flavoured tea bags are available from January 2018

Specially Selected Sophisticated Espresso Marteani Infusion is a rich Espresso Martini cocktail style flavour blend infused with the sharp and sophisticated flavour of a martini combined with the richness of coffee.

The Mulled Wine Tea Bags will be out later this week

Specially Selected Warming Mulled Wine Infusion delivers a sweet, warming taste with a winter mix of seasonal fruits and spices. This naturally caffeine-free blend is made with apple, cinnamon, orange and clove mixed with the flavours of vanilla, sangria and orange to give a warming mulled wine taste.

The Raspberry Prosecco festive tea is going to be released in 2018

Specially Selected Fabulous Raspberry Prosecco Infusion is a delicately flavoured, naturally caffeine-free infusion which combines the sweet taste of raspberry with vibrant fruits reminiscent of prosecco for a fabulously fun cup of tea.

Shoppers will be able to get prosecco flavoured tea bags by the end of the week

Specially Selected Elegant Prosecco Flavoured Infusion This festive-tasting, naturally caffeine-free blend boasts a vibrant festive taste with a hint of prosecco and is the perfect tipple for anyone with a penchant for the finer things.

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niseevans14
niseevans141 year ago

I'm not a tea drinker but could definitely be tempted by these!

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Tom
Tom
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1 year ago

Haha me too

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Loredana
Loredana1 year ago

Sounds interesting

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