Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Settling In For Winter With Twinings Tea & A Free Sample

*Disclosure: Party of 5 and Counting received samples in order to facilitate this review. Compensation was received however all opinions are my own. *

         Tea is, above all else, the most popular beverage in the world. It’s not hard to see why, either. There are so many varieties, that everyone is bound to find something that they just love. Twinings Tea alone offers over 50 varieties. They have black, green, herbal, organic, cold brew, chai, flavored black, and the list goes on! The Twinings brand has been around since the early 1700’s. They’ve been loved, and trusted, and a staple in many people’s homes. Many may remember their parents, grandparents, or even great grandparents drinking Twinings and continue to do so themselves! Tastes and smells are great at bringing back memories, that’s for sure!

It’s getting really cold outside and I, personally, love to sit under a blanket with a nice warm cup of chai. There are stronger black teas, which many use in place of coffee, to get them up and moving in the morning. Even 50 Shade’s Ana Steele likes herself some Twinings English Breakfast Tea! There are also night time varieties to help you relax and wind down after that long stressful day is over. Maybe you’re not into hot tea? Twinings offers cold brewed iced teas! Not only do they have classic and green iced teas, they also have flavors like citrus twist, mixed berry, and peach!

                How can you get Twinings? Twinings is available in practically every store that sells tea. Not all varieties are available in every store so if there is one you love, or think you might love, you can also order at their website www.twinings.com. They have tea bags, loose teas, and even k cups for extra convenience.

Right now Twinings is offering a Raid The Pantry program where you can request 3 Free samples of tea. Make sure you head over and request yours today.

1 comment:

Karin said...

Thank you! Just signed up for 3 free samples!
Tea is so nice to enjoy on a cold, wintry afternoon.