Growing up I vividly remember drinking a wide variety of teas with my mother on the weekends. It was a special time to catch up and have 'girl talk'. Unfortunately after moving away for college and getting accustomed to the new hustle and bustle of this thing we call 'adulting', I've switched from my relaxing teas to highly charged, coffee.
Although, I feel that it served its purpose in undergraduate/graduate school and the early phases of parenthood, but it was time to give it a rest. Now don't get me wrong, I still love coffee, but I wanted a little more out life (and my beverage selections...lol). So back to tea it was.
In weaning myself off of coffee I've tried a number of teas from the store. You name it, I probably had it (or still have it in my pantry somewhere.......don't judge me). But it never stuck. Either the blends were weak, or just lacking something to reel me in. After trial and error (and more error), I gave up. That was until I met Brittany from Wight Tea Co. at a local creative get together.
After learning more about their teas, I had to give it a try. And boy was that a great choice. I finally found a tea that I greatly enjoyed. Their perfectly crafted blends are something one must experience. The amount of passion and attention to each and every ingredient that goes into every batch is absolutely amazing. It has reignited my passion for tea. You will love it, trust me. Go and check out Wight Tea Co. today and let me know what you think.