O-M-G. Is it just us or are you itching to add a few new Bigelow Tea flavors to your life?! Well, fear not… there are three (!) brand-spankin’ new flavors in the Bigelow Benefits® line of teas that will brighten your day: Benefits STRESS FREE (Rose & Mint Herbal Tea); Benefits FOCUS (Moringa & Black Tea) and Benefits LEAN AND FIT (Citrus & Oolong Tea).
Of course, we all know how important it is to put good things in our bodies to help us stay strong and fierce. And a great (and super #TeaProudly) way to help guide those healthy decisions throughout the day is with a cup of tea. That desire was the inspiration for the Bigelow Tea Benefits line: everyday teas that fuel your body with good-for-you ingredients. It’s a win-win – teas that taste ahhh-mazing AND support your well-being. And, guess what. Whether you’re looking to relax, focus or support your lean and clean lifestyle… well, we’ve gotcha covered with these three newbies.
Lush and rosy and relaxed!
Sip a cup of Benefits STRESS FREE (Rose & Mint Herbal Tea) and enjoy this beautifully balanced caffeine-free herbal tea which features rose and mint to help you live stress free all day, every day. And why stop there when it comes to quality ingredients? We can’t stop and won’t stop because that’s the #TeaProudly way! Additional ingredients like skullcap, Tulsi leaves and passionflower produce sweet floral notes combined with a slight fruity tang, all cooled with a hint of delicious peppermint. Mmm…. it just sounds soothing, right?! If you’re not quite familiar with those ingredients, relax! No, seriously. They’re known for relaxation! Skullcap is a flowering plant in the mint family that is traditionally used for its relaxing properties; Tulsi leaves are considered to be an adaptogenic botanical, and the herb is traditionally seen in association with helping to relieve anxiety; and passionflower is generally used to aid in relaxation and anxiety relief. We’ll take a cup of that!
Find a little more clarity in your day with a cup of Benefits FOCUS (Moringa & Black Tea). This new flavor is a deliciously bold and earthy black tea, featuring moringa, Ashwagandha root and turmeric root. Moringa is thought to aid in the protection of overall brain health and may potentially aid in mood stabilization. Meanwhile, Ashwagandha root may aid in stress and anxiety reduction, as well as focus and clarity, and turmeric root is commonly thought to help keep the body on track. Give your mind and body a pick-me-up with this delightful flavor – you know you want to!
Clean, lean, fighting machine!
Calling all gym-goers, #fitspo-following fitness lovers, and clean-living fans! Benefits LEAN AND FIT (Citrus & Oolong Tea) is the perfect complement to your health-forward lifestyle. This flavor offers a robust oolong with a delightful combination of grapefruit, lemon and smoky notes. Yerba Mate, a traditional herb that contains some caffeine and is commonly used for an energy boost, adds to this flavor. Parsley, which is commonly used as a digestive aid and associated with water weight loss, and red clover, which is a flowering plant that is thought to aid in water retention, round out each sip. Sounds like the perfect post-workout beverage!
While you’re checking out these new flavors, don’t forget to stock up on the rest of the Benefits line:Benefits Stay Well (Lemon & Echinacea Herbal Tea); Benefits Sleep (Chamomile & Lavender Herbal Tea); Benefits Calm Stomach (Ginger & Peach Herbal Tea); Benefits Refresh (Turmeric Chili Matcha Green Tea); Benefits Radiate Beauty (Blueberry & Aloe Herbal Tea); Benefits Balance (Cinnamon & Blackberry Herbal Tea); and Benefits Good Mood (Chocolate & Almond Herbal Tea). Be sure to tag #TeaProudly with a picture of your fave!
Freelance contribution by: Lucy Wyndham All tea leaves will eventually lose flavor, but properly stored dried tea leaves can keep their flavor for up to two years, depending on how fermented and intact the leaves are. Black tea leaves, for example, are more fermented than green or white teas, and will stay … Continue reading
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