Enjoying my Christmas mornings with these holiday tea

Here’s something for you to enjoy your holiday mornings even better. One of the reasons why I love checking out Subic Duty Free is that they have all these interesting products that are not available anywhere in Manila.

During my last trip to Subic, I was able to buy some of my favorite Froot Loop Mallows and these amazingly unique flavoured tea from Stash.

Have your cake and drink it too! Rooibos combines with rich chocolate, caramel, and raspberry flavors to create the perfect cup to satisfy a sweet tooth. Pleasingly sweet with a distinctive chocolate taste and a beautiful red brew. Add a splash of milk and sugar for a creamy dessert in a cup.

Who says red velvet comes only in cakes and pastries? I was really surprised to see a Red Velvet flavoured tea and having a cup sure did not disappoint.πŸ™‚

Have your cake and drink it too! Rich chocolate and cherry flavors, hibiscus, and black tea combine to create a dessert tea with all the decadence of Black Forest Cake, without the guilt. Great on its own and even more delicious with a splash of milk and a touch of sugar.

I got this pack out of curiosity. For only USD2.69, it’s still cheaper than those that are available in Manila. This Black Forest tea gives off a rich chocolate aroma, but tastes like a regular black tea.

Dream of a white Christmas as you sip this delightful holiday tea. A unique blend of white tea, cool peppermint and a hint of ginger. Adding a touch of sugar or honey brings out the distinct flavor notes.

One of the first flavours that caught my eye is Stash’s White Christmas blend tea. I was really looking forward to have a spiced up peppermint tea but this one tasted like one of my old Chinese cough syrup.

Get all the best of natures healing berries in Stash’s Superfruit Tea Sampler. Includes 3 each of: Acai Berry, Blueberry Superfruit, Yumberry Blackcurrant, Goji Berry Green, Mangosteen Green and Pomegranate Raspberry Green.

I think I liked this box the most. The sampler pack contains 6 flavours that you can try. I picked the Superfruit blend since I wanted to flush out all the sinful things I ate during the holiday feast. Each blend is infused with an antioxidant ingredient–my favourite would be Mangosteen Green and Pomegranate.

How about you? Have you ever tried any Stash tea?


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4 thoughts on “Enjoying my Christmas mornings with these holiday tea

  1. Abegaill Villacruz says:

    I’m not a fan of the usual tea, I just can’t endure the taste. I’m not a coffee lover either.:/ I just love iced teas, juices and hot chocos. But those Stash teas look sounds yummy.πŸ™‚

  2. doseofrain says:

    im not a fan of tea but after tasting the authentic korean red ginseng tea.. im hooked! my father send home a box of it.. all you have to do is mix the powder with cold/hot water and kalamsi drops and it taste really good!

  3. Stacie says:

    I haven’t really ventured out to western teas as I am in a very serious relationship with chinese and japanese herbal/floral teasπŸ˜„ I like Japanese green teas, especially ones from Shizuoka! I find it sweet yet bitter at the same timeπŸ˜€ Then I like Chinese chrysantemum teas but I don’t really like rose bud tea. I think the only western tea I’ve tried is a pineapple infused one, I don’t know what brand it isπŸ˜„

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