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Free Your Tea - Holiday Gift

Hi Neighbors!!

Here is a good gift choice if you know someone who likes teas!!  Free Your Tea is a tea subscription that you can gift to a friend or even yourself.  You can give a gift subscription, or just give a gift card and allow them to set up when they want to start.

Free Your Tea likes to personalize the teas that are sent to you, so, The first shipment is a sampler of six different teas that we ask you to rate so we can start tailoring teas to your tastes. The standard plan after that includes one 3.5oz bag of tea that makes about 30 cups of tea. You can upgrade to 2, 3, or 4 bags of tea. Each month we also include a bonus sampler that makes about 3 cups of tea. This one is not tailored to your taste, but a tea we want to know how you like.

I was sent Nilgiri Winter Frost Black, Yuzu Rooibos, Himilayan Green #2, Citrus Mint Green #2 and Holy Basil Mint.  Yes, I do like mint!!  Along with the tea, you will receive drawstring filter bags for steeping your loose leaf tea.  Just measure the appropriate amount of tea into the bag, draw the string and then steep your tea to the desired strength.

Shipments usually arrive the first week of the month, except your first one, which will be based on when the order is placed.Shipping is free to addresses in the USA. You can receive different size shipments, based on a cup of tea a day, 2 cups a day and so on.

Check out the Free Your Tea website and then follow their social media.
Facebook - HERE
Instagram - HERE

Nice to visit with you today where neighbors share!


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