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I received a Sampler Pack of tea and 2 bars of natural soap to review. All opinions are definitely my own.
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Nickole sent me a sampler pack of teas to try. Now I am a hot tea junkie (I abhor coffee), so I could hardly make up my mind which teas to try. Eventually I decided on Organic Se Chung Oolong, Organic Honeybush Red, and Organic Sencha Kyoto Cherry Rose Green Teas. I got a 1.5 oz. bag of each, and believe me, there’s a lot of tea there.
Nickole warned me that the Sencha Kyoto Cherry Rose Green Tea can be an acquired taste, so of course I was especially eager to give that one a try…haha. I actually found that I like it the best of all three of the teas that I got! It tastes like my grandpa’s gorgeous miniature rose bush smells. I love it.
I’ve always been an Oolong fan, and the Oolong that I got from Savvy Teas is definitely of good quality. The Honeybush Red Tea reminds of Rooibos tea with that earthy depth, but it has a milder flavor than Rooibos, which I like. Sometimes Rooibos reminds me of cough syrup if I make it too strong, but the Honeybush Red is a more delicate flavor.
I like my tea strong, so I don’t follow the “steep for 5 minutes” rule – or whatever rule one follows when she wants to make a proper cup of tea. To me, the stronger the better, so I leave the tea ball in until I drain the very last drop.
Like my mug? That’s from my friend Stephanie. You can’t have it.
Nickole also sent me two bars of soap to try: May Chang Avocado Oil Soap and Amaretti Organic Milk Soap. They come in very pretty packaging, which I love, because I love pretty things. I’ll admit – I wanted to just leave them in their pretty wrappings for decoration. This was my first experience with “natural” soap, so I wasn’t sure what to expect, but these pretty bars of soap lather up quite nicely and leave your skin smelling nice and clean and feeling conditioned.
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