Saturday, March 12, 2011

Looking for a great tea?

I have been a big tea drinker for more years than I care to admit.  Don't get me wrong, I am also a coffee lover.  My problem is that I am VERY particular about what I drink or what I offer my guests.  

I am going to let you in on my favourite tea by far.  And that would be Good Earth Brand Caffeine free Original spice blend tea.  It is absolutely fantastic.  The aroma is spicy sweet and pleasant.  The flavour is very spicy, earthy and naturally sweet.  Don't buy this tea if  you are looking for that boost of caffeine that is found in most teas, buy this tea if you are looking for the best flavour, aroma, and consistently fantastic quality. 

Even tho I had been drinking this tea for many years, I never stopped to actually read the box that the tea comes in...and I honestly didn't know what I had been missing.  I never knew what made this tea taste so good...or what made this tea actually "tick".  Hot or cold this tea is fantastic...and now that I read the ingredients, I can totally see why...Imagine this wonderful blend...: Red Rooibos tea, chicory root, rosehips, cinnamon, lemongrass, peppermint, papaya, chamomile, panax ginseng leaves,  anise seed,  dandelion root, ginger root, orange peel and orange oil.  An odd blend of ingredients, but the flavour is wonderful, the aroma is akin to having a pot of potpourri simmering on your stove top during the holidays. 

The tea is relaxing, great any time of the day or night.  You don't have to worry about it keeping you awake at night.

Buy let me say this, they do offer a caffeinated version, which, in my opinion, is not as good as the decaffeinated, but it is still a wonderful tea (especially for those of us who are caffeine junkies lol).  The price is very reasonable for this tea, about $3 per box of 18 tea bags (which, if you look at the tea tags real carefully, each  one has a quote from a famous person in history).  You can buy this tea anywhere, you can get it at any grocery store, Walmart, etc...   You won't be sorry for buying this tea, and while you are at it, check out some of Good Earth's other teas....they are all fantastic!    www.goodearth.com

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