I know I know, Christmas is officially over. It’s 2017. It’s time to move forward. But what better way to move forward then talking about a new that could be beneficial to all the folks who enjoyed themselves a little too much over the holidays. I would fall into that category as well.
The Holly Jolly Ginger Aid Tea from Traditional Medicinals might have been what you were looking for. Unfortunately it may be hard to find right now. As I was lucky to find this as a clearance item at my local Wegmans.
You might be able to tell by the photo that I literally snagged the last one. I thought that it might have been waiting for me to be sampled and reviewed. In hindsight, I wish I got around to this within the last couple of weeks.
But I remember the first time I tried it that it didn’t stick out to me in any way. The flavors of lemon, ginger, and blackberry really didn’t wow me whatsoever. This is part of why I waited a bit to right about it.
It had a nice aroma of lemon and ginger. It didn’t overpower me which didn’t feel like a red flag on first sniff but made sense a few minutes later when I began sipping.
As like all teas, I really wanted to like this product. Just look at that adorable packaging. And look at how pretty at the design of the bags before being opened.
Sadly, the tea was just kind of there. And I’m a huge fan of Traditional Medicinals so I consider this an aberration more than anything. It has the tint and shine of another solid tea but I wouldn’t go out of my way to find it again. But I do have a near full package so I will do my best to enjoy it over time.
On a personal note I’ve pretty much had a full stomach and lethargic way about me going back a while. This goes back way before Thanksgiving. Without getting into too many details, this tea hasn’t been as beneficial in that regard as I hoped. Maybe it worked differently for you if you did get some yourself.
I can’t speak for you or anyone else, but I can only imagine that over the last month or so, eating healthy and seeking out health with digestion was not at the top of everyone’s list. That’s completely understandable.
We have this short time on earth and want to enjoy ourselves not only during the holidays but with all the celebrations we attend. In that way we should feel blessed that we get the opportunity to be invited to such gatherings. I’m grateful to have been a part of a few myself this holiday season. I hope you got to enjoy yourself as well.
But as with New Years and all the resolutions that come with it means a bit of a reality check. Many of us try to eat healthy, exercise, and practice healthy lifestyle choices. The decisions we make on a daily basis can lead us to that happy and healthy place. I’m saying this to you as much as I’m saying this to myself. And not as a sermon but as a friendly blogger who happens to love good tea.
I truly wish I could say this tea was awesome. I can’t though. But I can suggest plenty of other great teas from their vast collection. It’s been a while since I wrote about them, but here are my previous reviews of their fun and beneficial teas.
I’ve been having this tea myself to much more positive results. I will get to this one in time as I have a lot of positive things to say about it.
For where you can find their teas click here. And you can order online as well.
It’s been a great holiday and my decorations are still up When I will take them down is when I’m ready to let go and move on to the next thing. But this is likely the end of the Christmas-themed posts unless I magically come across something inspiring in the next few days.
There’s still this day by the way.
I hope you all had a stellar holiday and look forward to sharing more great tea experiences in 2017.
Thanks for the reminder about Epiphany/Little Christmas. No need to rush those Christmas trees off the stage (unless they’ve become a fire hazard).