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Organic Dandelion Root Tea Party // Kiss Me Organics

I collect things... moments, memories, paint brushes, books, dusty dolls, tea recipes. I can always find a place in my universe for anything I deem worthy of attention. When the kind folks at Kiss Me Organics offered their Organic Dandelion Root Tea for review, it was impossible to resist the notion of adding another delicious tea to my collection. 
I downed two cups like it was an addiction immediately after opening the box. In fact, I'm sipping a cup as I write this because frankly, I love a good teatime anytime. I never imagined that I'd actually like dandelion root but steeped in a light, airy flavor it's almost as if I'm sitting in my garden drinking the flowers. So freakin' delicious!

Vitamin rich and packed with healthy antioxidants, the raw dandelion root provides vital minerals to your body without a bitter aftertaste. The pale blush color balancing a gentle hibiscus and cinnamon infusion quietly articulates an earthy freshness that beckons another steaming cup morning, noon, and night. 

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Peggy said…
I have been obsessed with hot beverages lately…I should give this a try!

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