Flash Post: Tea Party


PC Black Label TeaWhat It Is: How much fun is it to walk into your local Loblaws or Superstore and know you’ve got gourmand goodies at your fingertips – at totally wallet-friendly prices? PC’s Black Label collection continues to delight me with their lineup of artisan Herbal Teas, available in four taste-packed varieties: Citrus Mint, Mixed Berry, Camomile Mint, and Jasmine Green Tea. Each one is loaded with naturally delicious ingredients like Thai lemongrass, mountain-grown spearmint, blue cornflower, and toasted green tea leaves for rich flavour any time of year. The packaging ups the style factor for gifting purposes as well: each box has a sleek, dramatic look and the actual tea bags are individually packaged and pyramid shaped for an extra touch of class. Before you go thinking tea season isn’t exactly upon us, lest I remind you of the summer-friendly uses for tea: how about freezing a pot full of Mixed Berry tea into ice pop moulds for a cool treat? Or create a tea-infused cocktail for your next gathering with a mix of spritzer, chilled tea, and vodka? And let’s not forget: we’ve got rainy, tea-warming days ahead of us whether we like it or not, so drink up!

Who It’s For: How about buying mom a special teapot for Mother’s Day along with a box or two to sample? Or gift your book club hostess with a box at your next meeting? You could even bring a box over to an ailing friend with the spring flu to soothe her back to health.

What It Costs: $5.99 a box.

Where It’s At:  PC Black Label can be found at Loblaws® and Real Canadian Superstore®.

Sanuk bonus entry! Tell me which of these yummy tea flavours you’d most love to try in the comments below!

Comments
18 Responses to “Flash Post: Tea Party”
  1. Debbie Bashford says:

    Mixed Berry!

  2. Joan G says:

    Citrus Mint for me.

  3. Laurie says:

    Didn’t realize the black label had teas! Now I am off to explore their other products. In the meantime, Citrus Mint sounds amazing. Might have to head to the Superstore today… (Sanuk bonus entry, by the way!)

  4. Julie G. says:

    Sanuk bonus entry – I’d like to try the Citrus Mint flavor. Bet it would be refreshing.

  5. Maggie says:

    Sanuk Bonus Entry — I love the Black label products. I would like to try the citrus mint. I bet it tastes really nice.

  6. diane p says:

    I would love to try the citrus mint.

  7. Loralie Baker says:

    Sanuk bonus entry- mmmm I would love to try the camomile mint yummy 🙂

  8. Victoria Ess says:

    Jasmine green tea!

  9. Erin says:

    I’d like to try the jasmine!

  10. Annie Demill says:

    I’m going over to Loblaws today and buy mixed berry because that’s the tea I would most like to try.

  11. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    Sanuk bonus entry – I’d like to try the Jasmine Green Tea one – sounds great to me, despite being more of a coffee drinker.

  12. Francine says:

    Sanuk bonus – The Citrus Mint sounds delish!

  13. Bonus entry – I’d like to try the Jasmine Green Tea. I’m trying to drink more green tea and I find the flavoured varieties are more tempting.

  14. leah leitch says:

    I’ll go for a mixed berry! Now that summer is coming you can make the best iced tea with these blends and impress and refresh your friends!

  15. mousecat says:

    Bonus entry… I think the Mixed Berry would be a great flavour!!

  16. I would most like to try the Citrus Mint

  17. Alison K says:

    Sanuk bonus entry: I’d most love to try Loblaws’ Jasmine Green tea. It just sounds so refreshing & uncomplicated.

  18. Susan says:

    I would definitely go for the Jasmine Green Tea!

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