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It’s Tea Time with Flora’s Fall Favorites

November 28, 2017
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Ah, fall: that time of the year that calls for warmer sweaters, time spent by the fire with friends and family, and a warm cup of tea to fight off that November weather.

Get in the spirit while enjoying some seasonal herbal favorites that will give you all the fall feels.

Our Cranberry Rooibos (US/CA) blend is chock full of powerful antioxidants and fall spices to help you relax. The mixture of Lemon Ginger and Echinacea (US/CA) is perfect for warding off runny noses and pesky coughs. From end to end, our extensive certified organic tea line is just what you need to do fall right.

What’s the fall tea we just can’t stop sipping on ourselves?

Look no further than our magical Rooibos Chai (US/CA) herbal blend. This soothing, caffeine-free blend originates in the palaces of ancient India where specialized doctors combined herbs, flowers, and spices into chai tea for the royal family. Our take is a warm spiced blend with notes of ginger, licorice root, cinnamon bark, and cardamom seed with the added medicinal, calming benefits of rooibos. Basically, each sip is like indulging in our favorite fall treats without the calories. Pour another cup!

If you need a pick-me-up to power through the colder days, we’ve got just the jolt of caffeine you need.

Try our Green Tea Chai (US/CA) which blends centuries-old chai with high-quality organic green tea. Infusions of chicory root and cinnamon bark will have you sipping this seasonal excellence all the way into winter.

While we’re all about keeping things seasonal, we know some struggles can come up no matter the time of year.

As the seasons change, you might be looking for something to help with pesky seasonal issues. Try our Deep Defense (US/CA) herbal tea blend to fight off colds, Soothing Chamomile (US/CA) to combat holiday stress, Tibetan Deep Cleanse (US) / Tea-Tox (CA) spice blend to help with holiday indulgence, and Sleep Well (US) / Sleep ZZZ (CA) tea to help you sleep soundly, there’s no reason you can’t make this fall your most balanced yet.

Happy steeping!

 

Hillary Eaton is a Los Angeles based food and travel writer whose work has appeared in such publications as VICE, Food & Wine, Refinery 29, Complex and Los Angeles Times.

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