Day 11: Rooibos Lemongrass Tea
Flavor Highlights: I enjoyed the subtle sweetness of this tea. Although hesitant at first because I’ve never heard of Rooibos before, this drink exceeded my expectations.
I would enjoy this drink after a long day coming home to relax and enjoy a favorite TV show or book. The plus side of this drink is there’s no caffeine in it so I won’t have to worry about having trouble falling asleep.
What I liked most was the smoothness and sweetness of it. If you’re looking to add anything to this tea, I like it just the way it is.
Day 9: English Breakfast Tea
Flavor Highlights: I really enjoyed the leafy aroma. This tea would go great with a splash of milk and a bit of sugar for that creamy taste. This flavor is not subtle. Although dark and bitter, I surprisingly still enjoyed it. The subtle citrus after taste pairs great with its bitterness intensity.
There’s a reason why this tea is named English Breakfast! It is a great substitution drink for coffee because of the energy you get from this tea.
Don’t forget to enjoy this tea with a scone or even a muffin to start off the day right. With a tea and pastry in hand, I’m ready to jump start my morning full of energy.
Day 8: Genmaicha Green Tea
Genmaicha is a traditional Japanese green tea popularly known as “popcorn tea” from the grains of rice that pop during the roasting process. I’ve also seen Genmaicha used in some savory Japanese dishes so that may be another way to use this tea during a meal.
Flavor Highlights: Because of the bitterness, I would have this drink with lemon and accentuate the flavor.
This would be a definite go to when looking for an extra boost of energy. This was not a personal favorite because of the bitterness. But I do love sweet and sour which is why lemon and honey would go deliciously.
Day 7: Chamomile Mint Tea
Flavor Highlights: My ultimate FAVORITE of all! The aroma was truly relaxing and it gave me such happy vibes. I rarely have tea that I enjoy smelling, just as I do drinking.
This drink, in my opinion, would pair deliciously with chocolate and berries. This is a fun drink to mix into a smoothie or even cocktail! The delicious aroma of mint was just as enjoyable as the taste. I really enjoyed this fun flavor.
PRO TIP: Since flu season is starting to kick up, Chamomile Mint Tea is best with some honey and it’ll help soothe you and help you sleep. Share this non-caffeinated with others who may feeling a tad under the weather.
Day 6: Earl Grey Tea
Flavor Highlights: I like that this classic favorite is not just tasty but also is a great option for stomach pains or if you’d like to help improve your metabolism! I have a weak stomach so anything to keep me from constantly having to take medicine is a win for me.
I would recommend pairing this drink with a favorite sweet dark chocolate treat of yours and even some pecans for that crunchy texture.
I enjoyed the roasted taste and smell. Earl Grey is a definite go-to when craving a smooth drink that’s also healthy. Whenever I drink this tea, I imagine having a fancy tea party at my desk at work. This is definitely a mood booster as well.
For Day 4, I decided to pop in the Jasmine Green Tea kcup.
Flavor Highlights: I would recommend adding your favorite milk to this drink to help tone own the floral taste as it is pretty strong. If you like your teas sweet, don’t forget to add some sugar too!
Although this was not my personal favorite, I believe this drink would be best enjoyed while reading a book because of its’ energizing properties. I picked up on the floral aroma almost immediately. I didn’t like how much it smelled and tasted like flowers and I enjoy more toned down flavors for my tea. Several of my coworkers pick Jasmine Green Tea to be one of their top teas that they drink, but I’m more of a Green Tea type of girl.
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Crockpots just aren’t for the Fall & Winter time. It’s time to take it out and make some beauty recipes. While we wait for Fall to roll around, let’s enjoy it by using ingredients that remind us of the season: Cinnamon, pine cones, pumpkin guts and apple pie. Sometimes it’s hard to capture the aroma of Fall in your own home. It can especially be hard to find an affordable way to fill your home with the fragrance of Fall every day of the season. Luckily, we can create this season with our crockpot! This DIY at home fragrance maker can be a money saver! With just a few ingredients you can capture the aroma of Fall in your kitchen!
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
1 Teasia Rose Black Tea K-Cup
Handful of cinnamon sticks
2 TBSP of whole cloves
5 Bay Leaves
This is one of the absolute easiest DIY’s you will come across this Fall.
- Fill your crockpot with water
- Brew your Teasia Rose Black Tea K-Cup as directed
- Add all ingredients
- Simmer all day long!
The best part of this DIY is you can make it your own, for example if you like more of a fresh baked treat smell, leave out the orange rind and add a TBSP of vanilla extract.
Please leave a comment and share your DIY crockpot aroma recipe with us!
In 2018, we are all about getting our health on. Luckily we have the perfect way to do it especially when summer is right around the corner. Studies show that those who drink tea had 20 percent less body fat than those who didn’t drink tea at all. Lets start getting 20% more healthy and set it as our ultimate goal. It’s definitely not too late to get ready for that beach body that we have been thinking about. It’s time to kick all the salt and the alcohol that leaves your belly bloated and ultimately it can end up making you feel uncomfortable. Our Teasia Black Tea has heaps of benefits. It helps improve blood flow and also blood vessel dilation. Adding a simple squeeze of lemon can also increase the health benefits by helping you fight that bloat. Next time you wake up from a night of partying to a bloated belly give this recipe a try.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
1 Teasia Black Tea K-Cups
Squeeze of lemon (the more the better)
1) Brew your Teasia Black Tea K-Cup per instructions on the box.
2) Squeeze a generous amount of lemon while still hot
Let us know if you have any other good ways to detox with comments below.
Because the weather, at least here in Southern California has been unpredictable, our skin has been suffering. It seems like with the weather moving from hot to cold from the elements and then indoors we are experiencing a little dry spell. It’s very important to exfoliate the top layer of your skin to help make room for the baby soft skin underneath. A good product to use is sugar scrubs and homemade ones are the best! One of the girl’s here has made her own using our very own green tea! Here’s what Lindsay says helps soothe her skin and has added it to her beauty regime. The secret ingredient is Teasia Green Tea . She has combined both of her beauty secrets to create a dry skin haven! Next time your skin is suffering, whip up this homemade scrub and treat yo self to an exfoliating heaven.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
⅛ cup of brewed Teasia Green Tea
⅛ cup of olive oil
The contents of 1 Teasia Green Tea K-Cup
1 cup of granulated sugar
1 cute container of your choice (make sure it has a tight lid)
1) Combine all ingredients (adding a little brewed tea at a time) and mix well.
PRO-TIP: Brew your Teasia Green Tea K-Cup strong, set your keurig to the small cup setting!
Leave a comment below letting us know if you tried this DIY at home and how much it soothed your skin!