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Craft of Tea
Cost: $19.95/month (4 Teas) or $29.95/month (8 Teas).
Ships To: Continental United States (free). Alaska & Hawaii and International shipping is additional.
Craft of Tea, who kindly sent me this package to review, sends you a monthly assortment of artfully blended, all natural teas every month. You can select the teas you wish to receive or you can have Craft of Tea select for you. Boxes are $19.95/month for 4 Teas or $29.95 for 8 Teas.
Craft of Tea ships via USPS First Class Mail. Orders placed before the 15th will be received by end of each month, orders places after the 15th will be shipped the following month. You must also make sure to update your Craft of Tea Basket for your selection of teas by the 15th of each month.
Now you know I am not a tea lover and I didn’t have a chance to sit down and have B taste test everything for me. I figured if we waited until we had time for that I wouldn’t get this posted until June, but I’ll do my best on my own to describe everything! Since I received this to review, the teas were selected for me. Here is what was included:
~Zesty Soul: Zesty Soul is combination of green tea with zesty Lemongrass, Ginseng leaves, and popped brown rice and is supposed to give you a clear mind along with energy.
~Cleanse & Detox Tea: This tea is “naturally caffeine-free” and contains a unique balance designed to cleanse your body and speed up your metabolism. Now if I liked tea (can it be an acquired taste) I would try this one first. I know certain teas have amazing health benefits and I’d love a speedy metabolism.
~Hearty Spirit: Heart Spirit is a “a black tea combined with Ginger, Cinnamon, Cardamom, and Clove makes for an invigorating, aromatic, and hearty blend.” They suggest making a hot or iced chai latte with it.
~Calm & Refresh: Calm and Refresh Tea is suppose to melt away all your worries and leave you, well, calm and refreshed! This also sounds like something I could use ;).
I tried to determine how many cups of tea these four pouches would yield, but I am having a heck of a time with the math. From my best estimate, (and it’s harder than it seems), it’s about 26 servings.