Thursday, May 16, 2013

[Product Review] Celestial Seasonings Tea

I've featured Celestial Seasonings Teas on the blog on several occasions, but have failed to review them.

As someone who was never a tea drinker (I love my coffee too much), I bought a variety box at the supermarket on a whim and am now am enamoured by them. 

All of the Celestial Seasonings tea range are:

100% Natural

Fat Free
Sugar Free
No Carbs
Zero Calories

Sometimes if I'm craving fizzy drinks or something sweet, I'll make myself a cup of tea.
I find that the aroma and flavour of the tea tricks my mind and my body into thinking that I've fed my craving.

With flavours such as Cinnamon Apple, Sleepytime Vanilla, Chai Tea and Peppermint, there is a flavour (or flavours, even) for everyone to fall in love with.

Whether they're consumed hot or over ice, there is no wrong way to drink these teas. 

Some times I add a little Natvia for sweetness or lemon juice to enhance the flavours, or a dash of almond milk to the non-fruit flavoured teas (such as Candy Cane Lane or Sugar Cookie Sleigh Ride).

However there are other times where I have used Celestial Seasonings Teas in my recipes.
Tea can add a beautiful colour to a recipe, as well as infusing 

Here are a few of my favourites:

As you can see, I'm obviously a huge fan on their teas.

I don't think I'll ever be a black/white/green tea drinker (although, never say never), but these Celestial Seasonings herbal and fruit teas will always be found in my pantry.

Now that I've been talking about them, I think it's time for me to go back to the drawing board and see what other tea-based recipes I can come up with!



Buy Celestial Seasonings Tea

If you're in Australia, you can find limited flavours of Celestial Seasonings at most Coles and Woolworths stores. 
Check the health food section as well as the tea aisle.

For a much larger range head to, and if it's your first purchase, enter NDW884 at checkout to save up to $10 on your order.

Click here to view the full range of Celestial Seasonings at

Do you use tea in your cooking?

What is your favourite recipe?

NOTE: I was not monetarily compensated for this review by Celestial Seasonings. All opinions expressed are my own. 

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