Viewing posts from February, 2016
The Tea Spot was nice enough to send me several of their teas to review. I always like to spend some time reading about the companies who are a little bit new to me. You know what I learned? 10% of their sales go to cancer and community wellness programs. And, they are a certified woman-owned company! As a female company owner I really respect that. Nothing against you guys out there of course.
A while back I did a post on Rington's Kenyan Gold tea and after having that tea, a funny thing happened to me. I started craving everyday black teas - teabag teas. I am sitting on pounds upon pounds of great loose leaf stuff, but when work was busy I found myself just reaching for quick bags and not being disappointed at all.
I drink a lot of tea and I doubt you are surprised to hear that. I have more tea in this house than I can possibly drink in several years. Occasionally it feels like the teas all run together, so many of them are similar to each other. But then there are those special ones that I can think back on and remember for one reason or the other. Sometimes a tea manages to be more than just a drink; sometimes a tea is an experience that I know at that moment I will remember for a very long time.
This is a travel mug from My Healthy Way, and it is different from most of the ones I have reviewed in the past. The biggest difference is that there is no steeping basket to add and remove. It still works great for tea though, keep reading!
Can we talk for a minute about TeaPrints and how much fun their items are? When Rosanne from TeaPrints contacted me about reviewing one of her t-shirts I was really excited. I was even able to pick the color and image I liked best. This is what I chose.