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bourbon pecan cream cocktail with our tea of the month 🍁 🥃 🍁 🥃 🍁 Our tea of the month is Bourbon Brew & Pecan Pie, and yes, it's as delicious as it sounds. We chose this blend for November because it captures all the fall flavors that you love like butterscotch, caramel, vanilla and pecans! Plus it makes a great tea to sip on throughout the holiday season. This creamy tea cocktail recipe is made with tea, your favorite Irish cream liqueur (we like Five Farms) and a pinch of our spice of the month, Vietnamese Cinnamon. Make this for friends and family on Thanksgiving Day or plan to drink it while doing fun winter activities like sleigh riding, sledding or...

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Isn't winter just the most charming season? ❄️ 🧣 ❄️ 🧣 ❄️ The blends we chose for this upcoming shipment are sweet, nostalgic, and capture the magic of winter.  Did you know tea clubbers get 15% off loose leaf tea all time? ⬇︎ Have you tried the fall tea club blends? ⬇︎ Pumpkin Pie Chai American Wildflower Shroom Boom Bee Pollen Black & Vanilla Rooibos Blood Orange & Lemongrass Green Chile Biscochito & Coconut Crème Pu Erh

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bourbon brew & pecan pie a sweet & digestion-boosting treat 🍁 ✨ 🍁 ✨ 🍁 caramely & nutty. Flavors of vanilla, oak, cinnamon, maple, and New Mexican grown pecans blend together to create a tea reminiscent of a pecan flavored bourbon! It is decadent and flavorful while supporting immunity, healthy digestion, and metabolism. Drink this on chilly fall mornings to soak in the season or serve at family gatherings for dessert! It is delicious served with cream, honey and, if you're feeling spirited, a splash of bourbon. Bourbon Brew & Pecan Pie Pu Erh MORE NUTTY DESSERT TEAS Coconut Crème Pu Erh Pecan Pie Pu Erh Strawberry Hazelnut Pu Erh

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NOVEMBER 2022 Happy November fellow tea lovers! The weather is finally starting to cool down where I live and I have been cozying up to hot tea season (finally)! The holiday season is soon to be upon us, one of my favorite times of the year! During the month of November, OBTC generally likes to practice gratitude, which is something my family also enjoys doing. Some of the things I am thankful for during November are cozy cups of tea on chilly mornings, seeing the leaves change color, seasonal treats, crisp fall air, and spending time with my family. What are you thankful for? We have some great products of the month - some that will be great for a...

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🪵 oak wood 🪵 cultural history + medicinal benefits Father of the Woods Oak represents strength, courage and protection. This also translates into its medicinal and perhaps... magical properties. Druids were members of the high-ranking class in ancient Celtic cultures. They were concerned with the natural world and its powers, and considered trees sacred, particularly the oak. Mistletoe, probably the Druids’ most potent and magical plant, frequently grew on oak trees. Its presence was believed to indicate that Thor, the god of thunder, placed it there in a lightning strike. SCIENCE TELLS US Oak bark may contain up to 20% tannins depending on the type and time of harvesting. Tannins act as astringents, or agents that bind to proteins in...

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