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You Say You Want a Revolution Tea

Last week I went to one of my favorite local eateries for lunch and noticed that they had a new brand of tea for sale. I'm a sucker for packaging and these stylish little minimal boxes wouldn't stop calling my name. Eventually (okay, it took like 3 seconds), I decided to get one and chose the Green Earl Grey Tea (although the Honeybush Caramel Tea was a close second). The tea was smooth yet hearty, like an earl grey with all the benefits of green tea.

So what makes Revolution tea so interesting? Well, according to their website:

We have spent years experimenting with teas from all over the world to develop the finest flavor combinations, which are truly designed for the American palate... This is why we offer several of our teas in the unique see through Infuser Tea Bag™, a unique point of differentiation that enables us to retain the freshness and flavor of the product by using full leaf tea versus the fannings or dust that most other tea companies use.

So no more bitter bag taste and awesome blends. Oh and did I mention the packaging? So cute, it would even make a great adornment on any gift. You can get 30 single boxes of Revolution Tea for $12.75.

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bpjedi bpjedi 10 years
I hate to be the killjoy, but isn't it better--environmentally, anyway--to buy some ounces of loose tea, store it in one bag/container, and then use a reusable infuser? The fact that "Each Infuser Tea Bag is presented in its own box" means a whole heck of a lot of excess packaging.
AmyLyn AmyLyn 10 years
I bought the Sweet Ginger Peach tea and it's great! I love any tea with giner in it. It's sweet without being too sugary tasting. A plus in my book!
Kristin2783 Kristin2783 10 years
Yum I want some.
SaRaH-22 SaRaH-22 10 years
oo that carmel tea sounds wonderful!
arianell arianell 10 years
I love Revolution Teas, especially the Earl Grey Green and the White Tangerine. Yummy. :)
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