Calm The F**k Down

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Picture yourself escaping to a remote island with Francisco the pool boy while sipping this delightful coconut, Caribbean fruit rooibos. CAFFEINE FREE.


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A light, super smooth, fruity blend with notes of pineapple and coconut


15 whole leaf pyramid tea bags filled with Green Rooibos, Natural Flavor, Coconut Shred


Steep tea pyramid in 8 oz hot water for 3-5 mins
Remove tea bag
If making iced, pour over ice.
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Green Rooibos serves as an anti-inflammatory while improving circulation, aiding digestion and relieving hypertension. On top of that it’s beneficial for your bones, teeth, hair and skin.


Adulting is hard.

Like, really hard.

You’re late for work and there’s crazy traffic. There’s mascara in your eye, concealer on your white pants and to top it off, it appears as though wild dogs have been chewing on your nails and the ends of your hair because you have no time for basic maintenance. Nothing is okay today.

Don’t drive your car into an embankment. Just breathe and have a soothing sip of Calm the F**k Down. You’ll be instantly transported to a Caribbean island with Francisco, the pool boy, tending to your every need. Aloha! We’ve got you girl.

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Iced Tea Sipdown (719)!

Had this one iced on like Thursday? Which was this MASSIVE storm/rainfall in the city where it rained for like nine straight hours – I don’t own an umbrella so between walking to the metro and then walking from the metro to the office I arrive just drenched! I normally wouldn’t mind being caught out in the rain – I fucking love the rain. That’s a huge part of why I don’t own an umbrella – but I’m not used to being able to change into fresh clothing after spending my glorious moments in the middle of a storm, spinning around in the rain like a lunatic…

So the work day kind of sucked, until I dried out anyway.

So why did I choose to make an iced tea then? And of such a tropical flavour? Because I though I’d initially grabbed a different Snarky Tea sample flavour from my stash in the morning to try out, but since I only took like two samples to work that day I just rolled with it anyway despite it feeling like a weird pick for the day. I mean, it feels like a weird flavor to fit the name of the tea regardless, right? Pineapple/Coconut for something that comes off as a sort of “Hey, don’t stress out!” type of blend/usage!? That’s weird. Until you read the copy writing anyway – which is more ‘Rest, relax w/ a cocktain on the beach!" kind of vibes. It’s still a stretch, but less of one… I guess…

The dry aroma smells very good – really sweet/juicy pineapple and hints of coconut. It’s like an overripe pineapple kind of pineapple smell. The coconut smells like it might be a bit of that lotiony coconut, but not so strongly to think it couldn’t be fine when steeped. And it is fine – brewed up I don’t find this lotion-y tasting at all and that’s a huge relief. In fact, it’s pretty great! It’s not overly sweet, which is good, more just the natural sweetness of the coconut in combination with that really fresh pineapple taste, which I’m sure is actually coming from flavouring and not the pineapple itself. It’s bright though, and very lively like the tangy/fresh taste you would get from just slightly overripe pineapple. With the coconut it’s incredible pina colada like in terms of taste – but doesn’t have the more dense creaminess I would typically associate with something pina colada flavoured.

Overall, this is a winner in my books!

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