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Christmas Trees Mean Christmas Teas

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It’s the most wonderful tea of the year. Here at The Tea Haus we selected the tastes that embody the seasonal flavours of Christmas time. This includes the warmth of cinnamon, the sweetness of orange, and the spice of star anise. These notes combine to create a recognizable recipe for delicious holiday cheer. Whether you are a fan of black tea, green tea, or rooibos, we have the tea for you and your loved ones.

1. Christmas Tea

This premium black tea from Sri Lanka has all the right flavours to get you in the holiday spirit. The fragrant, sweet, and warm taste of cinnamon is a delicious and prominent ingredient in this seasonal blend. Under the notable savour of cinnamon, the Christmas tea has a citrus tang of dried orange. To tie the blend together there are a number of spices to offset the sweetness. Although this tea has the perfect combination of flavours for a cold Christmas day, the cinnamon, orange, and spice are versatile and can be enjoyed any day of the year.   

2. Christmas Green Tea

If you are a loyal green tea drinker, the Christmas Green Tea is the ideal way to experience all of your favourite holiday flavours in a premium loose leaf tea. The familiar cinnamon, orange, and spiced tastes come to together in this alternative to the Christmas Black Tea. Kick back by the fire and trade in the sugary hot cocoa for a steaming mug of green tea. This tea is ideal during Christmas movie marathons, for breaks between snowball fights, and for early morning gift unwrapping sessions.  

3. Christmas Rooibos

The Christmas Rooibos Tea is a premium blend from South Africa. The rooibos plant is a caffeine-free herb that is fermented until red in colour. Rooibos teas are also a favourite due to their many health benefits. Rooibos teas are rich in minerals such as iron, calcium, potassium, copper, zinc, and magnesium. Not only does this tea have health benefits, it can help to promote relaxation when the holiday stress starts to manifest. Have a cup before visiting the hectic mall parking lot and your reduced blood pressure is sure to come in handy.    

4. Constant Comet

Thick, rich, and flavourful, this holiday blend is the fitting premium black tea for snowy days and festive nights. Having people over for a holiday dinner? Brew up a batch in an assortment of Christmas mugs and smell the scent of cinnamon, citrus, and spice fill the air. Flavoured Black Teas are great for entertaining because of the wide variety. Stock up on a selection of everyone’s favourite teas in order to stand apart as a host or hostess. But be warned, your place may end up as the future choice for all holiday get-togethers.

5. Constant Comet Rooibos

This Rooibos is bursting with flavour and has been the long-standing number one choice from the Rooibos tea selection. Cinnamon, cloves, ginger, coriander, almonds, spices, and natural favours all come together for an aromatic, warm, sweet, spiced, and original blend of tasteful tea. This tea is a caffeine-free option and can be enjoyed anytime of the day, even as an evening treat that won’t disrupt a restful sleep. Pour this red tea into a green mug and you can experience, the taste, look, and smell of Christmas.

Happy Holidays from The Tea Haus!

Why do we love Christmas? The holiday season is an excuse for getting together with people we love, enjoying seasonal treats, and spoiling the ones around us with attention, good deeds, and gifts. Treat your loved ones to the gift of fresh and original Christmas teas that they can enjoy throughout the year. And don’t forget to treat yourself. When the Christmas season gets hectic, busy, and demanding make sure to sit back with a cup of deserved tea.

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