A Dose of PositiviTEA — Oolong Tea RSS


Healthy & Sweet Are you trying to find healthier alternatives to indulgent foods? Or maybe you just have a major sweet tooth that you can never satisfy so you end up having a three course dessert? Good news for you! We have PLENTY of teas that are perfectly suitable for dessert. Because we love dessert too. 😉 Check them out below! ⬇ Green Chile Biscochito This blend pays homage to the state cookie of New Mexico: the Biscochito. Balanced with comforting shortbread flavors and Hatch green chile, this tea is decadent with a subtle spice. Pecan Pie Pu Erh This blend is like a cup of decadent pecan pie! It is made with New Mexican pecans and is energizing, promotes...

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matcha lemonade with ginger and honey 🍵 🍋 🍵 🍋 🍵 Mid Week Matcha Surprise! Here's an extra matcha recipe for your week. 💚 We just had to share because our team members are raving about this matcha lemonade in our group messages. Enjoy this refresher when you hit that mid week slump and need a powerful boost. Matcha is energizing to the brain and body and can give you a little extra zest when you're feeling sluggish. In this recipe, ginger and lemon add a nice zing and balance to that earthy taste of matcha and help to promote digestion. Sweetened with a touch of orange blossom honey and made in our iced tea maker, you can sip on this delicious goodness all week long! HERE'S WHAT YOU...

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matcha chia pudding with vanilla & honey 🍵 🍯 🍵 🍯 🍵 Happy Matcha Monday!  We are starting off the week with this simple, delicious, and healthy Matcha Chia Pudding recipe, made with our ceremonial grade matcha, Mexican Vanilla, and Salt Cedar Honey. Make this for an on-the-go breakfast to up your wellness game. HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED FROM US: Matcha Salt Cedar Honey Mexican Vanilla Bean Extract INGREDIENTS: 1 tsp. Matcha 3/4 cup oat or almond milk 1-2 tsp. Salt Cedar Honey 1/2 cup full fat coconut milk 1/4 cup chia seeds 1/2 tsp. Mexican Vanilla Instructions: Whisk all the ingredients together and place in fridge for at least an hour before eating. It is best if you can let it absorb in the fridge overnight!  Top...

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The Bombilla. it's a really cool straw. No tea infuser necessary. Bombillas are traditionally used to drink Yerba Maté from a gourd, but you can really use a bombilla with any tea! How does it work? The lower end of the metal straw is perforated and acts as a filter, which is used to separate your tea infusion from the leaves, stems, and other debris. The filter on the straw can be removed and opened for cleaning. PRO TIP: The bombilla is great for travelers who want to enjoy loose leaf tea but don't want to carry along an infuser. Say hello to your new airplane buddy. ✈️ Try using your bombilla with these teas: Chinese Milk Oolong Dragon Pearl Black Berry...

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chamomile Anxiety Soothing & Digestion Boosting The plant's physician. In olden days, chamomile was known as the plant's physician because people thought that by placing chamomile next to a sickly plant, the plant would recover. Chamomile rightly gets the nickname because it has been used for thousands of years to treat everything from loss of appetite to irregular periods to bronchitis. Today we regard chamomile for its abilities to soothe anxiety and tension and to help us get into a deep sleep. We love chamomile, so you'll find it in many of our blends, from caffeinated refreshers to spa-like bedtime brews. SCIENCE TELLS US Chamomile tea may protect against diarrhea, stomach ulcers, nausea, and gas, likely due to its anti-inflammatory effects. Chamomile...

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