Student Survival Guide (Teas to Get you Through September)

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It’s been an incredible summer… lots of laughs, some amazing adventures and a ton of great memories.

Clearly, heading back to class is going to be an adjustment. But fortunately, we’ve got some teas that will make the start of school year a little bit easier. Here’s our student survival guide.

Rise and Shine

Let’s be honest, the hardest part about going back to school is having to wake up so freakin’ early in the morning. But instead of hitting the snooze button, put the kettle on and make a cup of Jumpy Monkey. This exotic blend combines freshly roasted peaberry coffee beans with Argentine mate, almonds, white chocolate, and other roasted barks and roots. Morning is already sounding better, isn’t it? 

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Let’s do Lunch

Instead of the standard lunch hour juice or soda, bring a travel mug full of iced Electric Lemonade. This zesty and fruity blend is delicious hot or iced, and will give you the boost you need to get you through the rest of the day. Plus, it’ll make everyone else at your table green with envy.

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Last but Not Least

The later the class, the harder it is to pay attention. The clock is winding down and all you can think about is the end of the day. But we’ve got an ace up our sleeve. According to aromatherapy principles, the smell of cinnamon can help keep you focussed. And our Cinnamon Rooibos Chai is about as cinnamony as teas get! Try a cup and see for yourself.

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Call it a Night

Whether you’re stressed about a test or just looking to unwind, there’s nothing quite as relaxing as a cup of The Big Chill. This uber-calming herbal tea mixes valerian root, apple, peppermint, lemon myrtle and apricot, for a blend that’s delicately fruity, lightly creamy and utterly refreshing.

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