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Culinary Teas makes a wonderful house blend aptly named Good Mood,  that wakes you up and uplifts your mood.

The Good Mood blend consists of organic cacao nibs, which are peeled and broken cocoa beans, the raw material of chocolate. They contain a natural mood enhancer called theobromine and create the pleasant aftertaste of dark chocolate. Chocolate gives a wonderful sense of oneness with the universe, orange peels give sense of happiness and roasted mate gives full- bodied and smooth espresso-like flavor. Luxury black Sri Lanka tea and citrus notes of lemongrass round out the blend.


Culinary Tea Directions


Culinary Teas are loose so you need to add 1 tsp of the tea into an infuser, like Mr. Tea here, then you add boiling water and let it steep for 3 to 5 minutes.


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My thoughts


I love this tea!!  It has a wonderful flavor and smells delicious while it is steeping. If you are trying to cut back on coffee, Good Mood tea is an excellent replacement with its hint of espresso and chocolate taste.  My whole family has decided this is our new favorite morning tea. You can order it online at Culinary Teas for a little less then $4 an ounce.  You should also check out their other flavors of hot and iced tea as well as their teaware and tea pots.  They also offer gift sets and a loyalty program.  Be sure and follow them  on Facebook and Twitter.



Mr Tea Culinary Teas Good Mood Tea


Culinary Teas Good Mood Blend

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