Orange Teas At Good Life Tea!

Orange Teas At Good Life Tea!

Good morning, sippers! "Orange-you" glad it's almost Friday? 😂 Speaking of oranges, today we'll be discussing some of our teas that include orange notes for those of you who are partial to the citrus teas. Learn more below! 🍊🍊🍊

Let's begin with our Bright Orange tisane tea, as it is one of my personal favorites. Being a tisane tea, it is completely caffeine free and can be enjoyed at all hours of the day and night. This concoction is comprised of blood orange pieces, hibiscus, rose hips, and natural orange flavoring to bring out very "pulp-able" tart notes. This is attributed most to the blood orange component. This tea brews into a dark almost red or amber color which I thoroughly enjoy over a large glass of ice, especially in the summer. As mentioned, the ingredients in this tea allow for quite the pungent punch of tartness so don't be afraid to add a few of our amber sugar crystals, either! These add a bit of a sweetness to your already delicious tea, and tone down the tang just a bit! 
Next up, keeping with the tisane teas, let's talk about our Ipanema Clementine tea. This tea is made up of pieces of apple, rose hips, orange, hibiscus, and cinnamon, and as its Brazilian name suggests, this light summery tea mixes tropical fun with sassy spice. The fruity notes of the apple and orange, you will find to be quickly tangoing on your tongue with the spices of cinnamon. Again, this is another tea that we recommend in our Mist Iced Tea pitcher, as it is delicious over ice. While the fruity flavors are often anticipated in iced teas, the cinnamon and floral notes from hibiscus and rose hips are unexpected players here that makes this tea interesting to sippers. Give it a try and let us know what you think! 
Another tisane tea that utilizes orange as a main ingredient is our Joyful ReleaseThe main ingredient present in our Joyful Release proves turmeric. Widely known for its anti-inflammatory properties, as well as its ability to help with blood sugar control, this relative to ginger is often overlooked. We don’t know why but are here to change this! In Joyful Release you will see apple pieces, orange, ginger, cinnamon, turmeric, rose hips, black peppercorn, mango pieces, natural orange flavor, marigold flowers, and natural mango flavors are all present. This unexpected combination creates a dynamic and delicious tea. The fruity notes are contrasted by the slight peppercorn present and the turmeric alongside cinnamon adds a spicy side as well! If you have been feeling sick, tired, lack of vitamin C, or just some bad energy and you would like to release it joyfully, try some of our Joyful Release tea today! 

What do you call fake oranges?
“Pulp Fiction”

We are really on a roll here with caffeine free teas and we don't want to stray too far so next let's discuss our Decaf Orange black tea. In this tea, atop a bed of black Ceylon tea sourced from Sri Lanka, you will find actual orange peels and pieces, accompanied by natural orange flavoring. This tea is the perfect way to enjoy your daily dose of vitamin C, but not worry about being bothered by the effects of caffeine in the evening. Again, while this tea is certainly decadent hot, it is equally if not more delicious served over ice when it is hot outside! To try our Decaf Orange tea, click here!

Why did the orange go to the doctor?
“It wasn’t peeling well.” 

Last, but certainly not least, we'll include one of our orange teas that is caffeinated for those that like to dive into the "vitamin sea" first thing in the morning. Let's discuss our Orange Blossom oolong tea. If you are unfamiliar, oolong teas are a hybrid between a black tea and a green tea. While black teas are made from tea leaves that are wilted, green teas are made from tea leaves that are steamed and oolong teas are comprised of tea leaves that have been both wilted and steamed. In our Orange Blossom, you will find a base of these oolong tea leaves layered with natural orange flavors, and jasmine petals. The slight citrus notes from the orange flavors are complemented beautifully by floral hints of the jasmine petals making this a complex and intriguing tea to sip. It is a beautiful tea to begin the day with as it encourages you to sit with your thoughts and plan the day ahead. Should you venture to try this tea, let us know what you think! 

Why didn’t the apple and orange get married?
“Because fruit cantaloupe.”

Now, it's time to put these orange teas to the "zest"! Try one of them today, sip your vitamin C, then let us know what you think. We can't wait to hear which you liked best. Have a wonderful rest of your week and relaxing weekend. Happy sipping friends! - Kaytea :) 

P.S. We hope that you had a wonderful Valentine's Day and were able to celebrate with someone you love! 😊❤️ Next up, we have St. Patrick's Day on the horizon! Don't forget to order your Irish Breakfast Tea to be prepared! 💚🍀

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  • This Orange Tea post is so funny and lovely to read! Thank you for all the jokes AND all of the great information. I love Lemon Ginger Tea but often forget about orange teas. I will soon be in to buy some Orange decaf tea and some Moroccan Mint, a favorite of one grandson of mine. Tea rules anyday in everyway! Thanks Kaytea! Love to you!

    Victoria M Peltier on

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