A Dose of PositiviTEA — Black Tea RSS


Tea Club Members get 15% off in store and online all the time. Here are the blends we included in the shipment: ☀️ ⛱ 💦 Enchanted Lavender Earl Grey & Vanilla Rooibos This blend takes a spin on a classic afternoon tea, often served at tea parties! Earl Grey just became even more lovable, as lavender flowers, orange peels, and vanilla add a bold citrus-floral element to this timeless and tasteful tea. This blend protects the heart, reduces inflammation, and soothes anxiety. Lemongrass & Chamomile This light and sunshiney herbal blend soothes the mind and body, as both of the ingredients used in this blend are found in many gardens! Chamomile is comforting with earthy honey and apple notes, as lemongrass...

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summerville sweet tea + methods for the best brew. Worthy of sippin' on your front porch. 🌿 🌿 🌿 Our Summerville Sweet Tea captures everything you love about a classic sweet tea and MORE! We amped up this tea by adding a few different ingredients that highlight the natural crisp, cool, and sweet flavors of a simple sweet tea. Made with black tea, spearmint, calendula, and lemon, this tea is made for sippin' on the porch and shootin' the breeze with. The ingredients in this blend are energizing, immune system boosting, and rich in antioxidants. Summerville Sweet Tea BREW TIPS:  Add 1-2 teaspoons of tea in 8 oz of hot water for 3-5 minutes. We recommend serving this tea with a big dollop of honey,...

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cold brew tea simple. easy. very tasty. Have you ever tried cold brew tea? 🥶 There is some evidence that cold brew tea might offer even more benefits than regular hot tea and even iced tea! Sometimes your tea might have a bitter or astringent taste, and that can be due to a few things. Maybe you added too much tea, or steeped it too long ,or used water that was too hot. If you struggle with creating the perfect flavor of tea, you might try making cold brew! First, you need a pitcher. Making cold brew is easy! Just add 5-7 tablespoons of tea to the infuser in the pitcher, fill the pitcher all the way up with room temperature...

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black tea 🖤 🖤 🖤 The heart healthy tea. All tea originates from the same exact plant—Camellia sinensis. It’s how the plant’s leaves are processed that define if tea becomes black, green, oolong, white, and so on. During oxidation, oxygen interacts with the tea plant’s cell walls to turn the leaves the rich dark brown to black color that black tea leaves are famous for. Oxidation alters the flavor profile of a black tea as well, helping add malty, fruity, or even smoky notes! SCIENCE TELLS US Black tea contains flavonoids, which are beneficial for heart health. Studies have found that regularly drinking black tea may help reduce the risk of heart disease. Drinking black tea on a regular basis may help...

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SHINING THE SPOTLIGHT ⭐ ⭐ ⭐️ Kealey's Favorites + Tips and Tricks OUR JUNE EMPLOYEE FEATURE This month we are shining the spotlight on Kealey, one of our Durango team members! Kealey's favorite part about this job is getting to interact with all the customers. She really enjoys when a customer has a special interest in a tea and she gets to dive deep on all of its ingredients and health benefits! Check out Kealey's favorite tea. ⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎ Bee Pollen Black & Vanilla Rooibos This creamy honey and vanilla blend is as decadent as birthday cake! In fact, many of our customers believe it tastes just like cake batter! It is packed with antioxidants and will help to promote immunity while appeasing...

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