Thursday, June 14, 2012

#Review - Yogi Teas for Wellbeing

As I'm writing this review it is a beautiful sunny afternoon. I've been chased out of the house by the musical tastes of my nearly 13 year old boy. I edge my blanket further away, creating additional distance between the house and my ears, as I bring a cup of tea to my lips.

If you haven't had a chance to browse the website for Yogi Tea, I recommend having a quick visit. They have a section with yoga poses on their website. I also appreciate the complete ingredient listing as well as a tea icon indicating which teas contain this ingredient. Each of their teas were created with well being and harmony in mind. I received 2 different varieties of Yogi Tea to sample and review, 'Lemon Ginger' and 'Chai Rooibos'.

The Lemon Ginger was probably my favorite of the 2 primarily because I am a vocalist and the Lemon is great for my throat; because of this fact I reach for a cup of Lemon Ginger much more frequently then the Chai Rooibos. Ginger is widely known for it's digestive properties and the two combined are powerful when it comes to breaking down excessive mucus. I am used to occasionally drinking ginger infusions made from fresh ginger root; because of this the ginger might have been a bit too mild for my personal taste.



Chai Rooibos recently underwent a name change from Chai Redbush. The tea is very delicious, although I personally find it a little heavy on the cloves. If I remember correctly, at least one of you out there reading absolutely adores cloves. Like most other Chai teas, I enjoy this one with a little almond milk. This tea includes stevia as the final ingredient, because of this I find it sweet enough on its own.


Disclaimer: I received product from Yogi Tea for the purpose of my honest review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own and are based upon my own personal product experience. Your experience may differ. 

6 comments:

  1. I have never seen this tea in my local store but I will be on the lookout for the Aztec Sweet Chili flavour

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  2. These teas sound great- will definitely keep an eye out in-stores :)

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  3. I haven't tried these teas before but they sound amazing

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  4. These both sound really good. I've only tried one kind of Yogi tea (Egyptian Licorice, I think).

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  5. I have not tried these yet but would love to as I love my tea

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  6. I am a major tea lover...considering most of my relatives come from England and Scotland I suppose I come by it honestly. I love most teas that I have tried and can not truly think of any kind I haven't loved. Thanks for the information about these teas/company,I will be sure to be on the look-out for them. :-)

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