The Power of Art

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lemon peel, lavender, rose petals, jasmine, spearmint

I love visiting art museums. No matter where I travel, I always try to fit in some time for an art museum. Whether if it’s the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, or the New Orleans Museum of Art in NOLA, there is something to be said about visiting one. I have been a member of the Brooks Museum of Art for years and I enjoy every part of the museum.

I love to stroll through the Brooks and enjoy the silence as I study the paintings. I love the “smell” of the Brooks as well. I know it sounds weird but it’s the truth. The Brooks has a distinct smell that reminds me of paint, flowers, and old books, as heightened by the energy of the people who visit. For a while, I wanted to show my appreciation of the Brooks yet I wasn’t sure how to go about doing such a feat. Then it hit me – make a tea blend! So, I reached out to the Brooks and told them what I wanted to do.

This herbal tisane is a delightful blend of jasmine, dried lemon peel, lavender, rose petals, and spearmint.

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Cold Brew!

Came home from work yesterday with my head in a fog, and a sore back/migraine. Really I just wasn’t in the mood to do anything and I also wanted something really cool that would be hydrating. I looked at the two cold brews in my fridge that I’d started before I left in the morning, and one was an instant “nope” for my mood. However, this one seemed PERFECT and it was!!

That mix of sweet and refreshing spearmint and soft and peaceful florals like jasmine were exactly what I needed. I drew the curtains, turned off the lights and curled up in bed with a tumbler of my strained cold brew and just took big sips in and out of resting/sleeping and I felt better – more relaxed, more calm, and less sore/tense. When I woke up this morning, I felt like a million bucks.

So glad I had this tea on hand, and that I’d had the forethought to brew two very different flavour profiles in the morning.

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