August Teas

I said before that I was no longer going to have this subscription. It’s true. I canceled a bunch of my subscriptions, for various reasons. As such, you getting these box posts is probably going to be the last ones on my blog for a LONG time. I will do a wrap up post on this subscription service when I get the chance. I promise.

Month: August 2021


Chamomile Comfort by Veda Wellness Tea

This tea is made from organic chamomile, organic lavender, and organic fennel seeds.

Its a chamomile and lavender tea. There really isn’t anything more special to it. It tastes like camomile and lavender. It’s good but nothing highly special. As such, I like it. I have no reason not to, lol. Bias really is showcasing with me lately.

This tea is caffeine-free.

Rating: 4/5


Sugar Cookie Sweetheart by Cookie Tea

This tea is made from rooibos, carob bits, white cocoa butter splits, honeybrush, sugar hearts, catsfoot, and natural flavoring

Yeah it tastes sort of like a sugar cookie. This is one of those, inspired by and sorta tastes like it, teas. After the lemon cake one, I think I’ve been spoiled. Then again, I never really did like these teas. I won’t rate this terribly, because its not bad, but it def is not for me. It is sweet, light and airy, if you are interested. I let mine accidentally steep WAY over the proper time and it did not get strong at all.

This tea is caffeine-free.

Rating: 3/5


Watermelon Moringa Tea by Miracle Tree

This tea is made from organic moringa (dried leaves) and natural watermelon flavors.

I still don’t like the aftertaste of the moringa. In general this tea is not too bad. It is a hint of watermelon, and great as you drink it. Regardless, I rate this low, because of the aftertaste.

This tea is caffeine-free.

Rating: 2/5


Tropical Punch Blend by Tea Head

This tea is made from apple, rosehip shells, hibiscus, coconut flakes, pineapple cubes, and flavoring.

The smell of this tea is very sweet and summery. The taste of it is sweet and light. I like the combination of pineapple and apple. I don’t often much care for fruit teas but I like this one. I think it would do really well as a sweet iced tea as well. It would be super refreshing and relaxing. I will have to give it a try.

This tea is caffeine-free.

Rating: 4/5


And there it is! The last tea box post you will get. I actually did get the September box before I could cancel the subscription. It was an accident, but you will not be getting that post until at least a year from now. Who knows if you actually will at all. I’m not sure I’ll do it.

For all intents and purposes, this was the last one.

Farewell Sips! You were a great friend to have.

MM

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