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I love coffee as you know, but there is nothing like a hot cup of tea sometimes. I used to drink tea a lot with my mom and my Aunts when I was younger so it brings back a lot of memories. I especially love a peppermint or citrus tea when I am feeling sick. For me, tea really soothes a sore throat or headache. I drink tea a few times a week even when I am not sick and I love to try different flavors. I have a tea pot but it can be such a hassle to make tea that way, especially with two little girls running around the house and kitchen. That is why I am a huge fan of Prospect Tea!
Prospect Tea offers single serve tea kcups in a wide variety of flavors. You can even purchase a 40 count variety pack (my favorite!). The variety pack includes Duke Of Earl Grey , Golden Dragon, Chamomile Chill, Lemon Taxi, Graffiti Burst , Himalayan Spring, Peppermint Heights, Brooklyn Breakfast, Green Power, Prospect Park, White Bengal, Vanilla Chai. What is even more fun is that every box is different. You never know exactly what you are going to get! Speaking of the box, the front opens up to easily create a dispenser for your Kcups – making it really convenient and easy to store on the counter next to your Keurig. I really cannot even pick a favorite. They are all unique and delicious. When my mom comes to visit we always make a cup and play some card games. It is tradition! She loves these teas and chooses a new one to try each time. Make Prospect Tea a part of your life – you will not regret it!
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