“V” is for Vanilla…..one of the most soothing scents. How many home fragrance companies use vanilla in their candles, their potpourri and their infusers? Too many to count. Knowing that vanilla is a soothing homey scent, Octavia Tea Company has three teas that feature vanilla in their blends. Vanilla Cream Rooibos, Vanilla Coconut Black & Rooibos blend, and Vanilla Chai Black and Rooibos blend.
Vanilla Cream – Inspired by those delicious desserts served at European sidewalk cafés, Vanilla Cream is a smooth, comforting blend of rooibos from the Western Cape region of South Africa, sweet vanilla, dried apple pieces, and a touch of chocolate. Also known as red tea, rooibos contains exceptionally high levels of antioxidants and anti-aging properties and is said to relieve stress and anxiety. With just a few calories per cup, Vanilla Cream is an excellent alternative to dessert.
Vanilla Coconut – The rich warmth of vanilla and the exotic flavor of Hawaiian coconut will send your mind on a trip to the tropics. Blended with black tea from China, rooibos from South Africa, died apple, cacao beans, dried yogurt, chocolate, coconut and natural vanilla and coconut flavors, Vanilla Cocaunt tea is 100% natural. With just a few calories per cup, this deliciously decadent blend makes a wonderful alternative to dessert and is loaded with antioxidants and health-promoting properties.
Vanilla Chai – A combination of warming spices and rich vanilla conjures the aromatic delights of a European café. Alluring and aromatic, this blend of antioxidant-rich black tea, rooibos, cinnamon and vanilla bean yields a decadent, velvety, dessert-like infusion and is lower in caffeine than traditional a chai blended with only black tea. This tea is delicious on its own or brewed strong with just a touch of milk and honey.
For a truly enticing tea experience, try one or all of the Vanilla teas by Octavia Tea Company. If you’d like more information about Octavia Tea Company or if you’d like to experience these unusual teas for yourself, check out Octavia Tea Company’s website HERE. You can also find their teas at specialty and gourmet shops.
This post is part of an A-2-Z Writing Challenge for the month of April where you write every day except Sundays with the next letter of the alphabet.