And The Winner Is...

The winner of the Tea Cozy Competition has been announced! A big thank you to everyone who participated and entered into the fun of the competition this year. We hope that you enjoyed the contest and your complimentary gifts.

Gin-Infused Tea

Our new blog post is up! Two of life's greatest pleasures are gin and tea, so it makes sense to put them together in the name of the ultimate thirst-quenching experience!

New Recipe Is Up

We have a new recipe this month. Carrot and Clover Cake. It's delicious, especially with a cup of tea!

bath tea

Bathing Herbs

Natural herbal Bath Tea is a great way to relax and relieve tension, soothe aching muscles and joints, stimulate circulation, or help chase away a cold

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Combat Loneliness With Tea With Friends

By Judy Larkin | July 9, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Three Dog Night once sang “One is the loneliest number that you’ll ever do.” It’s been 50 years since that song was released, and yet the line still resonates today. Although we are more connected than ever through texting and social media, we have become lonelier human beings. Being lonely Earlier this year, MDLinx, which […]

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Blueberry Basil Frosty

By Judy Larkin | July 4, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Cheers! Perfect for a summer party or family reunion, our non-alcoholic drink is made even more summery with the addition of blueberries and basil. 4 cups of white tea (we used White Peony) 2 cups Blueberries (reserve about ½ cup of berries for the garnish) 2/3 cup white sugar ¼ cup fresh lemon juice 2 […]

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4 Perfect Iced Tea Recipes For The Summer

By Judy Larkin | June 26, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Think outside of the box when brewing a batch of iced tea this summer. Here are 4 recipes perfect to quench that summer thirst. 1. Green Tea Sangria Here’s another refreshing drink to cool down with as the temperatures creep into the triple digits. 1 bottle white wine 1 1/2 cups prepared green tea 1/2 […]

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How Tea Helps Roses

By Judy Larkin | June 20, 2019 | 1 Comment
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Nature is wondrous. Every element in it helps the other in nature. The sun helps the trees, which in turn feeds the air. And so, the circle continues every day. If you think about it, then, using tea leaves to help in the growth of roses shouldn’t be that strange at all. Both tea and […]

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