Baby it’s Cold Outside! Giveaway: Two Leaves Tea Company

I have mixed feelings about what seems like a colder than average winter in Los Angeles.  Having grown up in the Philadelphia area, you’d think I’d have a thicker skin, but maybe my twelve years out here has made me soft.  I’m not complaining, but if I’m going to shiver, I’d like a little bit of snow along with it.

Luckily I’ve held onto my winter coats and scarves over the years so that I can bundle up, 546456_460333323988406_1327667446_nbut they don’t quite do the trick.  There’s nothing like a hot drink to truly warm away these winter chills.

Lately, I’ve been enjoying mine in the form of Paisley Tea Co.’s english style teas.  Organic, and fair trade, these paper tea bags have over 10% more leaves packed into each bag to brew a stronger cup of tea.  Normally, I use two tea bags in my travel mug, but with these lovely blends, there’s no need.

When it comes to my morning cup of Earl Grey, the more bergamot the better.  There is nothing lacking in Paisley Tea’s Organic Double Earl Grey.  Honestly when I first read the paisley-tea-co-organic-double-earl-grey-detail-178-paisley-doubleeg-verticalshotpackages I doubted I’d notice a difference, but I was happily proven wrong.  Paisley Teas made by Two Leaves Tea Co. create a bolder cup for serious tea drinkers.

The Organic Ginger Green tea is my other favorite variety.  Unlike some blends, this one actually tastes like ginger and green tea.  There is nothing subtle about the flavors here, and that’s what I like.  I’d imagine this would make a delicious ice tea as well!

Paisley Tea Co. also offers Decaf and regular English Breakfast to warm  your spirits.  Feel good about what’s in your mug – all of their organic teas are grown by independent farmers and are certified Fair Trade!

Two Leaves’ Paisley Teas (just $5.95 for a box of 24 bags!), and other products are widely available  at Wholepaisley-tea-co-organic-ginger-green-detail-179-paisley-gingergreen-verticalshot foods and many other other brick and mortar stores as well as from their fantastic website which offers knowledge, tea, and chicly designed “teaware” to enjoy it from.  Join their newsletter and receive a 10% discount online!

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Two Leaves Tea Company has generously offered TWO Takes a Village Readers TWO boxes of their choosing!  To win, simply enter below!

 

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Special thanks to Two Leaves and a Bud Tea Company for providing delicious samples for my review!
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17 Responses to Baby it’s Cold Outside! Giveaway: Two Leaves Tea Company

  1. Wehaf says:

    I would love the Organic African Sunset tea – I am a big fan of rooibos teas in general.

  2. rachel says:

    The assam breakfast sounds good, but so does earl grey!

  3. JEFF TAYLOR says:

    Organic Peppermint sounds nice for a cold day

  4. Holly Macriss says:

    The bolder the better! I probably already double or triple my two leaves and a bud organic earl gray every morning simply by letting it seep for half the morning. Did I mention boulder the better? Excited to try double earl gray!

  5. Tina says:

    Jasmine Petal Green

  6. karen says:

    I think that Better Morning sounds like a great way to start my days.

  7. Emily says:

    I would love to try the Better Belly Blend!

  8. Serenap95 says:

    I like the Organic Tropical Green

  9. Mirjana says:

    I would love to try the Organic Tamayokucha

  10. Ashley says:

    The Better Belly Blend sounds interesting.

  11. I would love to try the Mountain High Chai!

  12. AmandaSue says:

    I’d like to try the better morning blend!

  13. The organic ginger tea sounds so yummy and soothing!

  14. Elayne says:

    Hi, Jasmine and Oolong are my favorite,

  15. KHBride says:

    Peppermint has always been my fav. I’d love to try that

  16. Terri Moore says:

    I would like to try the Organic Orange Sencha Tea!

  17. Definitely the mountain high chai. I love chai tea!

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