When it’s cold and dark out, there’s nothing like cozying up and enjoying a hot, flavorful beverage. I’ve come across several yum soothing blends and wanted to share them with you, check them out below!
Teecino Dandelion Dark Roast
This certified organic roast is comprised of carob, chicory, dandelion root, ramon seeds, and natural coffee flavor. It’s calming and gives you a rich feeling and flavor. If you want to jazz it up you can add soy/almond milk and some brown rice or maple syrup. I think it’s great as is, so you might find you don’t need those either, but if your feeling like you want something on the sweeter side, go for it.
Mitoku Roasted Barley Tea
This roasted barley tea is made from whole unhulled barley that’s been coarsely ground. It’s a refreshing beverage that will satisfy those who crave a dark-roasted flavor without the caffeinated buzz.
Steep Echo Bloom Tea
This immunity boosting tea is made of of organic olive leaf, peppermint, echinacea root, licorice root, thyme, rosemary, and natural cranberry flavor. Steep Echo’s entire tea line is based around olive leaf, which is sourced from their orchards in Santa Barbara, CA. Olive trees have long been regarded for its health benefits, many of which are attributed to a compound called oleuropein that is found in both its leaves and fruit. Oleuropein is known to help fight infection, provides nearly double the antioxidants of green tea, four times the antioxidants of vitamin C, and also promotes increased energy and cardiovascular health!
Four Sigmatic Reishi & Chaga Elixir
Four Sigmatic’s Reishi Elixir features USDA certified organic reishi mushroom extract, licorice root, star anise, peppermint, and stevia. Reishi can yield relaxing qualities that can aid in stress alleviation and help get u a restful sleep.
Their Chaga blend includes organic chaga mushroom extract, eleuthera, rose hips, and peppermint. This mix has immune boosting qualities so it will give you some extra love during the cold season.
What hot drinks are you enjoying during wintertime? Trying to ditch coffee? Check out more delicious alternatives.
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