Teas for Every Occassion

My roommates and I are self-proclaimed tea connoisseurs, and our kitchen is basically the tea aisle at Target. With their help, I decided to make a list of all our favorite teas for any occasion. Here’s your guide to tea for finals and the upcoming holiday season.

Bengal Spice – Celestial Seasonings

Here’s a tea that’s more spices than tea leaves— primarily cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, and cloves. If you like the taste of Chai but don’t want to drink black tea that’ll keep you up all night, this may be the one for you.

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PMS Tea – from Traditional Medicinals

This one's an herbal tea that helps with stress relief, cramps and PMS. If you’re also a fan of cinnamon and lemon, you may want to try this tea anyway—whether it be your time of the month or not.

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Ginger Tea – Yogi Tea

This tea's a winner for when you’re sick, nauseous, have stomach discomfort, or cramps. It also supports digestion—so it’s a great after-meal tea.

Peppermint Tea – Yogi Tea

This tea is very refreshing and a healthier alternative to that peppermint mocha at Starbucks. Here’s a bonus—it can help with stomach discomfort and heartburn, and supports digestion as well (perfect for post-Thanksgiving festivities!).

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Earl Grey—Tazo

Earl Grey is usually my favorite coffee substitution. It’s good for a caffeine fix when you’ve got to wake up in the morning or stay up late and study. If you’re into darker teas, this could be one to try. Unlinke the previous listed teas, this one is also floral.

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Jasmine Green Tea—Trader Joe’s

Trader Joe’s Jasmine Green Tea has light caffeine for a mid-day pick me up. It’s also great for your metabolism!

Spiced Chai Tea – Trader Joe’s

My housemate says Trader Joe’s Chai is the best one she’s had (and she’s had a lot, trust me). You can drink it with milk or water, or even make your own Chai tea latte.

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Here’s to a warm, cozy, and possibly caffeinated holiday season. Cheers—and pinkies up!

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