Something that I’ve always enjoyed growing up was having tea with my mom. I honestly first started liking hot tea, when she would take me to a Dim Sum restaurant, and we would have their hot tea…. just plain with no sugar. It was so always so refreshing!
Now as i’m older, I find myself drinking tea a lot more now, especially with my oldest daughter Melia, who’s a tea junkie too!
We love all types of tea… green tea, lemon ginger tea, peach tea… the list goes on and on and on.
But, recently I came across 3 new teas and I LOVE THEM!
First one I tried was this glazed lemon loaf dessert tea and oh my… it’s simply amazing without the sugars! You can definitely add honey or any type of sweeteners to your tea, but I like to enjoy the tea by itself. It has a little bit of a vanilla flavor with the tangy lemon flavor.
Another dessert tea that I tried was the vanilla bean macaron, and this one was just as amazing at the glazed lemon loaf!
And lastly was the Teavana Youthberry! This one isn’t a dessert tea, but it’s taste has so much flavor! Honestly, all teas’ that I’ve tried by Teavana has been so good, but this one definitely makes the top of my list!
If you want to give both of these a try you can also purchase both of these combos together here.
I’ve also been using my new favorite kitchen gadget, which is my electric kettle! I seriously love this thing. If you are looking for something that heats up water really fast, then you’ll love this. Also, a tip on how to de-scale your kettle… apply a little bit of vinegar and some water inside, heat it up, and discard the water in the sink once it’s hot. To remove the vinegar smell, rinse it out a few times with water.. and BAM you’re done! Nice and clean kettle!
Let me know down in the comments below what your favorites are, so I can try them!
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