January 6th is National Tea Day

Say it Rah-shay By Jan 05, 2016 No Comments

Mother Nature decided to show off these last few days and Winter has finally made an appearance in the Philadelphia area. As much as I love a cuppa (and yo, I LOVE a cuppa) cold weather always makes me want to curl up with a steaming mug of tea. The Bee and I have so many varieties to choose from that I feel like Ramona Flowers from the Scott Pilgrim vs The World series:

ramona tea


Choice Organic Teas will be added to our collection soon and here are their Top 5 Reasons to drink their tea in 2016.

TEA HELPS SOOTHE DURING WINTER COLDS AND SUMMER SNIFFLE. According to the CDC, adult Americans combat an average of 2-3 colds per year. Supporting your immune system with a Wellness Tea* like Choice Organic Teas’ Breathing Space* or Throat Cozy* can help maintain healthy airways or soothe your throat.*

AVOID THE AFTERNOON ENERGY SLUMP. Millions of Americans experience the dreaded “3:00 slump” and reach for sugary beverages like soda or energy drinks, or big mugs of coffee, to combat their dip in energy. Choice Organic Teas recommends choosing a natural way to energize with a tea like Energy Boost*, a crisp, lively green tea blend that supports healthy energy levels and vitality.*  Or, try the Gourmet Line, featuring traditional black and green teas with a culinary twist to enliven your afternoon.”

DETOX ALL YEAR LONG WITH TEA. Sure, detox diets are popular in January, when New Year’s resolutions are new and shiny, but what about a regular detox regime throughout the year? Choice Organic Teas’ Simply Detox* and Beauty Detox* are specially formulated with herbs to aid liver function and promote clear skin, cleansing your body from the inside out.*

THINKING HEART HEALTH. With February Heart Month just around the corner, Choice Organic Teas’ new Hibiscus Heart Wellness Tea* helps support cardiovascular health with hibiscus flowers and hawthorn berry.*


  • Choose Certified Organic. Even teas billed as “natural” can contain pesticides. Look for the USDA Organic logo on the package to ensure you are drinking the real thing
  • Avoid GMOs in your food…and in your beverages. Look for the Non-GMO Project Verified logo on the packaging to ensure there are no artificially manipulated ingredients in your tea, coffee or other beverages
  • If you are watching your gluten intake, pay attention to sneaky ways gluten can enter your diet. Be sure to look for tea products with the GF logo indicating Gluten-Free certification.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Check back later this month for info about the samples we receive. I am looking forward to evenings with a steaming mug, some streaming videos and my big cozy blanket.



I am mom, daughter, sister, yarn lover, word lover, crazy cat lady and library chick. Find me with book or with hook and a hot cuppa.

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