Yule Log

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A real festive treat that will satisfy even the sweetest tooth! Rich chocolate and fudge flavours are swirled with black tea to create an indulgent mug of velvety goodness.

Available in 50g and 100g pouches.


Black tea, apple, dates, raisins, cocoa nibs, chocolate pieces, natural flavouring.


Add 1 teaspoon per cup (2 teaspoons if, like us, you prefer your tea in a mug). Add freshly boiled water and infuse for 2 to 4 minutes.


Enjoy as it is or with a drop of milk.


Contains: milk, soya

All our tea blends are made in small batches in a kitchen where nuts, gluten, dairy and other allergens may be present.

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The dry leaf for this tea was my favourite smelling tea of all the Pud samples that I got – which was promising because it was also the only one of the teas that wasn’t available in a smaller size, so I got the next size up because I still wanted to try it…

I tried it last night, and I did actually really enjoy it! The mouthfeel is REALLY oily because of all the melted down chocolate/fudge pieces in the blend but if you set that fact aside the chocolate flavour itself is very smooth and rich. It’s like a moist or more fudgey piece of chocolate cake, which I suppose is what a “Yule Log” is!? I know that a Yule Log is a dessert (I think cake) in the shape of a traditional Yule Log but I don’t think it’s something that’s necessarily very popular in North America? I have seen them before, though! This is like the third UK based company I’ve seen this year with a Yule Log tea though, so maybe it’s a bigger thing ‘across the pond’? I’m not sure, though…

Anyway, this is not my favourite tea that I’ve had from Pud so far but I thought it was nice and I definitely don’t regret going for the larger size.

Martin Bednář

Yule sounds bit Nordic, but I have heard about Yule Log somewhere else. But where? In English classes? Honestly, I don’t know :)


Yule Log is a cake here, rolled and decorated to look like a log. Supposedly a special log was chosen and decorated with ribbon and greenery or berries to be lit on Christmas Eve. The log was lit as festivities began and hopefully was big enough that no one needed to tend the fire until the end of the partying. I have also read a tradition that the log was chosen by the servants and they were off duty as long as it burned, so a very big log indeed would have been chosen. Don’t know how much is true and how much tradition.

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