I don’t have any clever titles for Easter or any other holiday this week. What I do know is that the weather is more of a friend than a roadblock at times. And as the sun shines brighter and the days get longer the tea drinking will slowly transfer over from hot to iced. Maybe.
The tea I experienced recently is from a company that is near and dear to my heart. And I’ve written about them once or twice before. Well more than that. But Celestial Seasonings will always have a soft spot with me. They’ve been so good to me and this blog that each time I write about them (here is my history lesson) I want it to be crafted and worded in the best way possible.
With the Country Peach Passion this shouldn’t be difficult. This is everything that I want in my tea and reminds me of everything that is good about this season and life in general.
And it helps when you’re in the comfort of your friends’ living room relaxing and doing as little as possible. If this sort of sounds familiar, this is the same spot I was sitting in last fall for another wonderful tea sipping experience.
I think I would love this tea in any setting, with or without friends and family, hot or iced, or even when I’m not feeling so hot. This is just the cup that’ll rejuvenate and brighten anyone’s day. I mean how can it not? That packaging is the gateway to wonders and enjoyment that I knew was coming, but I didn’t know it would be this good. Well yeah I did.
Celestial Seasonings has always been evolving with their packaging and presentation. Yet it continues to even be more approachable, accessible, and all the while still affordable. We can’t take that for granted. You can find this tea in many a grocery store shelve that it’s hard to miss. But that’s the thing, it’s always there that these are the teas I sometimes overlook when searching for something new and something that might be amazing, but sometimes disappoints. Celestial has rarely disappointed.
Upon opening I just knew. I just knew this tea would be great. One of my dearest friends who I was hanging out with was raving about this tea, and that may have influenced my feelings a bit, but there’s no denying this. This is a tea I want in my life forever.
Peaches are symbolic of what’s happening now and what is to come. It reminds me of sitting outside, relaxing, fun festivals, outdoor events, and the good people that we share these experiences with. This was a tea I was grateful to share for the first time, with some amazing people.
Oh and my dolphin friend from the fall was back to enjoy the experience one more time. Not sure my friend had any of this tea but I would be happy to share it. This is a tea I’ve already purchased since for enjoyment at home and I highly recommend it to anyone who would like to try some peach tea.
This is also another reinforcement of my love for chamomile. But there’s so much to love and there’s ingredients I love that I can’t pretend to be familiar with or understand. But I don’t need to and neither do you. The peaches and orange peel is what really stands out the most, to me at least. I love hibiscus and not sure if I tasted any but I bet it added something just the same. Sometimes less is more but sometimes every ingredient just works here.
I tend to say this a lot but this is now one of my favorite teas. I imagine the present company and the hours of relaxing and doing nothing definitely added to it. But it’s an awesome tea all the same.
After just a few pictures to capture the moment, I went back to lounging in my comfy chair with an absolutely inspiring cup of tea.
The sailboat mug and images in the background are just an added touch to a tea that didn’t teach any added touches. Get this tea.
I hope you all had a Happy Holiday weekend, whether that would be Easter, Passover, or any other tradition that you honor.
More fun teas to celebrate and more celebrations (and times to relax and do nothing) to come.