Warming, Cozy Teas for Thanksgiving
Settling in for a Cozy Thanksgiving
Our favorite memories and images of Thanksgiving… a chill in the air, sitting around the fireplace with family and friends, or curled up with a good book, our homes filled with the delicious scents of baking and festive meals. Warming the body, mind and spirit with our surroundings, our connections, and what we intake is what it’s all about.
We can help you capture all this is your cup. Pair Lapsang Souchong with your smoked turkey. Serve a quiche with a creamy black tea, a cranberry scone with creamed butter and caffeine-free Orange Spice Tulsi.
What a perfect addition to a holiday meal…Linger over a spicy pumpkin black tea and these other warming and spicy teas.
Pumpkin Spice Black Chai is fall in a cup. It’s melody of spices including ginger, cardamon, and clove are balanced with the sweetness of the cinnamon and the creaminess of the pumpkin creates one satisfying cup. As with any chai, this blend takes milk especially well, adding to that cozy creaminess.
Cinnamon Roll Black Tea is a spicy, dessert-like treat that would be a lovely stand-alone dessert. Aromatic cinnamon and the honeyed flavors of Ceylon tea combine with bread-and-butter creaminess, offering a rich depth of flavor. This is the perfect comfort tea and a flavorful “warm-up in a cup” on a cold winter day.
Organic Lapsang Souchong is bold! This smoky black tea is reminiscent of a brightly burning bonfire. Aromas of pine smoke and the velvety thickness leave an aftertaste of smoldering pitch. To understand this tea, think barbecue, campfire, bonfire… and then take it a step stronger from there.
Orange Spice Tulsi is surprising and delightful. This is anything but your usual orange-spice blend with its warming, herbaceous brightness. This herbal blend balances bright notes of citrus and warming spices including cardamon, ginger, cinnamon, and a touch of red pepper.
These teas are ideal for pairing with Thanksgiving and holiday foods, including appetizers like Manchego (hard sheeps’ cheese) and quince paste on crackers, and of course delicious accompaniments to desserts and dark chocolate.