I received Salada Green Tea and Red Rose Tea for review as well as the opportunity to host this giveaway. No other incentive was provided and opinions are my own.
January brings with it a number of special and significant events. Of course, it is the very first month of the new year, and as such, packs more pressure and expectation than any one of the other 11 months of the year.
People invest so much into the month of January. It is synonymous with change and new beginnings, and it is also the month when a lot of people tend to abandon all that change. Did you know that January 17 was National Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day? Neither did I! I also didn’t know that January is National Hot Tea Month. That is, until Salada Tea and Red Rose Tea reached out to me to make sure I was celebrating as I should be — with a great, big mug of hot tea by my side as I embark on all of the fabulousness that I was so sure was going to make up my own, personal New Years resolutions. Yeah, they haven’t panned out so well thus far. Sigh.
The bright side to my not-so-bright January, though, has been drinking delicious teas while I up and flat out failed at the things I had set out to accomplish. Happy National Hot Tea Month to me! Does anyone know if January is also National Self-Deprecation Month?
It is said by the Tea Powers That Be that we should all have 3-5 tea times a day, and whether it is through classic tea bags, single-serve cups, liquid concentrate, or performance mix sticks, Red Rose Tea and Salada Tea have got you covered.
Salada Green Tea is dedicated to real and natural products that don’t just taste great, but are formulated to have great benefits for your body.
I tried the Salada Green Tea Digestive Support and Immunity, both of which have gone to great use. I live with health issues that lower my immune system, and when I get sick, I get sick. Any boost I can get in the immunity department is a good thing, and when it tastes like the Salada Green Tea Immunity, you just can’t get much better. Seriously.
The Salada Green Tea Immunity is formulated with vitamin C and echinacea and boosts a peach and nectarine flavor that is out of this world. As soon as you open the box, peach nectarine just about punches you in the face in the best way. It is fragrant, it is heavenly, and it tastes great.
Red Rose Tea is a company after my own heart. Admittedly, I am not always an avid tea drinker, but that is mostly in part to me being an enthusiastic coffee addict. Copious amounts of coffee, all the time. So what did Red Rose Tea go and do? They just recently released Red Rose Energy Tea! My sweet, lovely caffeine friend, in tea form!
Red Rose Energy Tea is an anytime pick-me-up made with premium-blended quality black tea with an extra boost of caffeine. As a huge fan of hazelnut flavoring, I could not wait to dive into the Hazelnut Energy Tea and it has disappeared at an alarming pace. I also received the French Vanilla Energy Tea, which is also really good. I have been enjoying them frequently.
What also won me over about the Red Rose Tea was their Cinnamon Bun dessert-inspired tea. Delicious, indulgent, luscious, and again, very fragrant in all the right ways, the Cinnamon Bun tea brings together cinnamon and the natural essence of black tea.
The only drawback of Red Rose Tea in my experience — and it’s a pretty major drawback — is that they are only available in single serve cups for Keurig brewers (excluding Keurig Vue brewers.) I would really like to see these teas be made available in more varieties so that it can be more accessible to more people.
Salada Green Tea & Red Rose Tea Giveaway
To continue our National Hot Tea Month celebration, one lucky reader will win the same selection of teas I received for review, including:
- Salada Green Tea Immunity
- Salada Green Tea Digestive Support
- Red Rose Simply Indulgent Sweet Mint (single serve cups)
- Red Rose Simply Indulgent Cinnamon Bun (single serve cups)
- Red Rose Energy Tea — Hazelnut (single serve cups)
- Red Rose Energy Tea — French Vanilla (single serve cups)
This giveaway is open to US entrants ages 18+ and will end February 1.