Recommends: Buddha Teas
My mother was British, so teatime was a real thing for me and my family when I was growing up. These days, I don’t exactly break out the fine china and make biscuits and serve tea to my friends and family, but I’ll certainly enjoy a cup of tea while powering through a busy workday. Lately, I’ve been hooked on Buddha Teas. They have tons of options, including some uncommon, hard to find ones. If you’re a tea lover and want to try new and exciting blends, keep reading.
Buddha Teas have no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives and are made with non-GMO, clean ingredients. Their tea bags are unbleached, which is good because there’s nothing safe about the chemicals it takes to unnecessarily bleach things like tea bags, coffee filters, etc. (Why do companies even do that? Tea bags get saturated in tea leaves and turn dark while they’re steeping, just like coffee filters get covered in coffee grounds, so really… what is the point of bleaching them?!)
Now let’s talk variety, because Buddha Teas has plenty of that! They offer loose leaf teas, pre-bagged teas, herbal blends, green teas, black teas, chakra teas, and so much more. Some of the varieties you can expect to find on their website include elderberry tea, chaga tea, turmeric ginger tea, chai tea, chamomile, astragalus root, eucalyptus tea, peppermint tea, hibiscus, maca, matcha, and so many more. I seriously have never seen so many varieties, some of which I’ve never heard of but am very curious to try.
If you’re a tea-adventurer, give Buddha Teas a sip!