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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Mountain Rose Herbs Certified Organic Teas: Rave Review

Hey y'all!

It's tea time!

Do y'all love tea as much as I do? I am crazy about all different kinds of herbal tea, and guess what? Mountain Rose Herbs has a gorgeous new line of teas!

image courtesy of Mountain Rose Herbs

I have been a happy Mountain Rose Herbs customer for years. I buy almost all of my herbs from them, and have also bought things like organic aloe vera gel, castor oil, and wheat germ oil from them. I love their products and customer service so much that I became an affiliate. Sometimes in my herb orders I'll tuck in a little treat, like tea!

Mountain Rose Herbs teas are made from 100% certified organic ingredients. They are earth kosher and "fair for life" fair trade teas. These handcrafted tea formulas have been time-tested for over twenty years. There are over sixty-five different varieties of greens, reds, whites, blacks, and blends to choose from.

I've enjoyed their delicate green sencha, their bold gunpowder green (oh, wow!), their yerba mate (tastes a little like hay or dried grasses and smells wonderful), and their exquisite red roobois (which I am totally hooked on). Y'all might like to try the tea sampler, which contains three 1.5 oz. tins of certified organic green sencha, black ceylon, and red roobois for $14.95 plus shipping.

MRH tea sampler set- courtesy Mountain Rose Herbs

Aren't these containers beautiful? 

All of the tea boxes are completely sustainable. They are made of 100% recycled cardboard, printed with soy ink and water based varnish. The boxes are either compostable, reusable, or recyclable. The labels contain detailed brewing instructions and are recyclable, too. The tea bags themselves are made from 100% compostable Pacific Northwest non-GMO tree resin. 

Here in Texas it gets really hot beginning in May and doesn't let up until late October. We love our sweet iced tea. I make my iced tea from green tea because of the amazing antioxidants, and sweeten it with honey. So we drink tea all year round.

You can enter the Mountain Rose Herbs site by clicking on the banner:

Mountain Rose Herbs. A herbs, health and harmony c

I was just hired as a teacher and I look forward to bringing some of these teas to work with me! Leave a comment and tell me where you most enjoy sipping tea!

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