NOVEMBER TEA NOTES


NOVEMBER 2020

Happy November friends! In the year that seems to be lasting forever, September and October have flown by, and all of the sudden November is here! I'm not upset about that. I love the holiday season! Do you? Are you looking forward to cooler weather and cozying up to the fire with a hot cuppa tea? What about spending time with family? I know I would be looking forward to both, but as I currently live in Florida, I'll probably still be enjoying iced tea for awhile longer!

With the new month comes new products of the month we're enjoying! Check them out below! 👇

Tea of the Month: Apple Empanada

APPLE EMPANADA is a smooth caffeine free blend that is a comforting cup of fall. The nuttiness of the rooibos combined with cinnamon bark makes this tea taste like pastries baked with fresh picked apples and cinnamon. We drink this tea to appease our sweet tooth in the evenings, promote a restful sleep, soothe aches and pains, and calm the mind and body.

Apple Empanada is blended with honeybush tea, apple pieces, cinnamon chips, and natural flavors. We love this blend served hot, with a splash of cream and honey.

Spice of the Month: Thirteenth Wonder

THIRTEENTH WONDER is a simple all purpose seasoning blended with garlic, onion, black pepper, and sea salt. We like to use it on meats, poultry, soups, and stews.

This month we are featuring Thirteenth Wonder in a Butternut Squash Soup, the perfect companion for turkey at your Thanksgiving Dinner! Check out the recipe below! 👇

BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP

Essential Oil of the Month: Sweet Orange

I think I have said it before, but in case you are a new subscriber, I absolutely love SWEET ORANGE ESSENTIAL OIL. It is the perfect combination of sweet, tangy, and citrus, and I love to diffuse it in the mornings to get my day going in a positive way! Sweet Orange Essential Oil is best used for treating cold, flu, and digestive ailments, and is great to use in homemade cleaning solutions!

We blended this oil with some of our other favorite essential oils for a seasonal diffuser blend. Check out the recipe below!

Sweater Weather

We hope your November is full of fun loving times with family and friends, enjoyable cooler weather, and lots of hot (or iced) tea!

🌱 Maggie & the OBTC TEA(m)


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