Thursday, May 25, 2006

No, not finished with my sampler ....

I've been cleaning & running errands in order to free up some time for stitching!!!

Today, while shopping, I picked up two new boxes of tea.

The Pear/White tea is delicious alone (3-min steep time) & with a lemon slice ... frankly, perfect. It is very mild. It contains caffeine.

The Rooibos Tea (caffeine free) is a pretty color & I'm not real crazy about the flavor alone, with lemon it is ok. I'll have to experiment with the 'steep' time.

The box says "He who forgives ends the argument." African Proverb.

When I got home, I noticed Celestial Seasonings is donating $1.00 to WomenHeart (National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease) if you mail in 3 Proof-of-purchase certificates. AND they mail you a Free Red Dress Pin.


Barbara said...

I love the Celestial Seasonings teas. Yum yum.

Isabelle said...

Oh, I remember my bliss when I was living in North Carolina for a year and discovered Celestial Seasonings... Enjoy!

My Life In Stitches said...

Love tea. I will have to look for the white tea and give it a try. My favorite is green tea. I can't get enough of it in any form. We have tons of it here. I buy the Green Tea To Go for my water bottles, Diet Green Tea Citrus, I have hot tea with lemon, lemon & honey and without any additional favorings. Besides water, it is pretty much all I drink after my morning cup of coffee. Oh, Celestial Seasonings does a wonderful tea at Christmas time that both DH and I love, Nutcracker Sweet. It is getting harder to find during the holidays though.

Dianne said...

I have a large assortment of CS, but am disappointed they are using more and more caffiene as I like to drink it in the evening. I've had the pear-good. Have you tried the Chai chocolate? That's interesting.

Singular Stitches said...

I love the Perfectly Pear!

I also like Sleepytime. DH calls it "Comatime" when I add a bit of whiskey and honey to it when I'm not feeling well... :o)

Jenna said...

Mmmm... I like Pear, so I'll have to try that one!


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