Who else out there looks forward to tea time?

I LOVE tea; I was even given tea when I was a baby in my bottle. I grew up with an aunt from Scotland, and tea was a staple in our house. I have never stopped loving it, hot, cold, sweet, unsweet, black, white, and green.

Health benefits of certain teas:

Recently I have turned to tea to help heal different issues. Teas aid in healing an array of problems in our body naturally, the best Mother Nature has to offer!

Peppermint and Ginger aid with digestion, Uva Ursi aids urinary tract health and Chamomile aids in falling asleep. The list goes on, and Google is a great resource.

My friends Keith and Jane Knerr started a loose leaf tea company in 2017. Their blend tastes amazing, both hot and cold! Much better than Starbucks tea, in my humble opinion. I’m not much of a coffee drinker, yet I love the smell and hate the taste. I found out they have coffee tea blends; some say it tastes like chocolate! This can be a whole new exciting tea experience if you are a coffee and tea drinker!

Loose leaf tea has way more flavor than what a teabag can offer, it’s less bitter, and you can steep more than once; most times  Growing up, my Mom always had a pot of tea available.

Your Special Tea offers the highest quality whole leaf teas from tea gardens and tea importers located worldwide. The tea is packaged fresh with their air-tight/no light bronze resealable pouches. 

Three recommendations to store your loose leaf tea:

  1. Keep in an airtight preferable dark container.
  2. Keep free from moisture. Do not store your loose leaf tea in a refrigerator or freezer; this will introduce moisture and prematurely age or mold your tea.  
  3. Keep loose leaf tea in a cool, dry place. A kitchen cupboard is a great place to store tea.

Tell us how you steep your tea? I do this:

  1. Boil water in your tea kettle
  2.  While waiting for water to boil, add the appropriate amount of loose leaf tea to your tea infuser.
  3. Place the tea infuser inside your teapot or mug. Tip: Double the amount of tea you use when making iced tea
  4. Steep for 1.5 to 2 minutes for full-leaf or to your taste. I like it on the lighter side. My Mom and Dad like it stronger.
  5. Your Special Tea has directions on each bag. Certain teas can taste bitter if too hot or steep too long.

One of my favorites is the “Lemon Ginger Mate,” you can enjoy all the nutritional benefits of lemon, ginger, and yerba-mate with the energy boost. 

There are other sites available that support healing with tea! This is just one on Your Special Tea’s website.

Learn what to eat for a happy stomach every day in 3 steps…

  1. Take our free online digestive assessment for a unique digestive profile.
  2. Download your free instruction book.
  3. Make/order delicious Digestive Tea.

All three steps available here at www.rachelstea.com now!

What are your favorite flavors?

Whether you like hot or cold, they have a wide variety of wonderful blends. Black, white, green! I love their teas, and I love to share products from amazing people and local Mom and Pop businesses.

They also have membership plans for you with savings in mind for their subscribers!

Listen to the podcast to find out how your special tea came to be!  Their mission, and how they come up with different blends?

Try some for yourself!! Go to yourspecialtea.com   

OH, and they have a special discount of 10% off running for new users!

Use: 10RACHELSTEA at the checkout!