Just the thought of sitting down with a cup of warm tea in your hand and the stress of the day seems to melt away. How would you like to have a choice of ten different teas to choose from when you sit down to make that cup of tea?
The Bulk Herb Store has so graciously offered to one of my readers that opportunity by giving away one of their Tea Sample Kits.
I received my Tea Sample Kit in the mail a month ago and have had so much fun trying out all the different kinds of tea. There is enough tea to take you through the winter months with some left to spare. Each bag contains 2 oz of ten different kinds of loose tea and makes 6-10 cups of tea each.
Take a look at the variety of teas included in the Tea Sample Kit:
All the teas are easy to steep and you can determine your own strength with loose tea which is one reason I tend to gravitate towards loose tea. The usual recommendation is 1-2 tsp per 8 ounces of boiling water. Let the herbs/tea steep for 5-10 minutes. You can use a Mesh Tea Infuser or my favorite tea steeper here.
Here are two ways I enjoy a couple of the teas in the
Add 2 tsp. loose tea to 8 ounces boiling water. Let steep for 5 minutes. Strain and add 1 teaspoon raw honey (maple syrup or brown sugar adds a fun taste in place of honey) and cream. It’s truly like pumpkin pie in a beverage!
I have been struggling with a cold and Dr. Cinnamon has come to the rescue. Cinnamon has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Together with raw honey it is an immune booster and helps to fight off viral attacks.
Add 2 tsp. loose tea (I am a strong tea drinker so you may be good with 1 teaspoon) to 8 oounces boiling water. Let steep for 5-10 minutes. Add raw honey to sweeten. Tasty immune booster!
Okay, here we go – I’m so excited!!
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