6 Christmas Teas to Get You in the Holiday Spirit


We think that there’s nothing more festive than sharing tea with friends and loved ones during the holidays. Here are our recommendations for teas to get you into the Christmas spirit!



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Nepalese Gold

Nepalese Gold is a black tea grown in the Himalayan mountains in Nepal. A fine example of the premium teas being produced by Nepal in recent years, Nepalese Gold is named for the bright golden tips of its tea leaves, which are an indicator of superior quality. This tea brews up a bright copper color, and has a mellow, natural sweetness with notes of honey and stone fruit and a smooth finish. Nepalese Gold contains a moderate amount of caffeine, and is mild enough to enjoy on its own without the need for any additional milk or sweetener.




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Solstice Spice

Solstice Spice is a spiced black tea that is perfect to celebrate the holidays with! A fruit-forward twist on a traditional chai blend, Solstice Spice will put a spring in your step even in the dark of winter. The addition of orange, apple, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and pink peppercorns give this tea a lovely sweetness and spice. Enjoy it on its own, or add a splash of milk and honey.




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Caramel Pu-erh

Pu-erhs are aged, partially fermented teas, with a deep, earthy richness that makes them perfect for cold weather. Our Caramel Pu-erh combines pu-erh tea with the nutty sweetness of caramel and almonds for a rich, decadent tea that’s sure to warm you from the inside out. The aging process that pu-erh teas undergo results in a remarkably smooth, full-bodied tea, with none of the tannic bite of a traditional black tea. Pu-erh teas are relatively high in caffeine, about half that of a cup of coffee. Caramel Pu-erh is delicious on its own, but we think it especially shines when served with a splash of milk!




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Winter Forest

Winter Forest is a delightful flavored green tea that’s sure to put you in the holiday spirit. A blend of Chinese sencha, Japanese bancha, orange, almond, and pink peppercorn, this tea is festive and warming with a hint of sweetness and spice. Winter Forest is low in caffeine, and is the perfect pick-me-up on a cold winter day.




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Mulled Wine Fruit Blend

Mulled Wine Fruit Blend is a tasty, festive herbal tea reminiscent of spiked punch! This tea tastes like mulled wine but without the alcohol, making it a great nonalcoholic option to serve at parties and holiday get-togethers. Tart hibiscus is blended with mulling spices including cinnamon, apple, orange, and clove for a sweet spiced tea. Mulled Wine Fruit blend is caffeine-free, and also makes a surprisingly tasty iced tea!




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Vanilla Rooibos

Vanilla Rooibos is a decadent and delicious herbal tea that is sure to keep you in good spirits! Rooibos is naturally caffeine-free and extremely high in antioxidants, making it a healthful and tasty tea to unwind with at the end of the day. Vanilla Rooibos has a lingering sweetness that warms and soothes, and is a perfect tea to enjoy during the holiday season!


 

 

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