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Amoda Tea is a premium tea subscription that sends 4 quality teas sourced from independent tea companies every month.
They send a wonderful mix of caffeinated, herbal and flavored teas. If you prefer very little caffeine, though, they have a subscription option for that, too.
Every box includes a tea-themed postcard.
Every month, subscribers also receive 10 biodegradable tea filters. I’ve been using these instead of my go-to metal strainers, because they are much better at holding in the tiny bits. My tea is much, much clearer when I use these.
Manaslu Spring Tippy
This is a classic Nepalese black tea. My mom always searches my cupboards for a simple black tea, so I’m saving this for our weekend visit. I’ll probably make her some tea cookies to go with it.
Peninsula High Tide
I’m drinking this subtle, delicate tea right this minute. I let it steep way too long, and it isn’t bitter at all. The rose hips add the perfect dimension to the peaches and white peony flavors.
I’m always happy to have more green tea. Since green tea is so high in antioxidants, I try to drink a lot of it, and this one is delicious! This and the Manaslu are both from Nepali Tea Traders and made from first growth tea leaves. Yum!
This is my absolute favorite tea this month. It is a lovely citrus-y tea with a bit of apple, ginger and mint, and I highly recommend it as dessert! The mint and ginger are wonderful for digestion, and the tea itself is sweet enough to curb a craving.
That lemongrass is delightful.
This is my second Amoda Tea box, and I love it just as much as the first. Everything is natural and very, very fresh. If you like tea, I highly recommend this subscription. You can try your first box for 40% off with code BEEJU40 HERE.
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I am a vegan, homeschooling mom who might be a tad obsessed with subscription boxes. My infatuation is evidenced by my uncanny ability to recognize the sound of my mail carrier’s truck engine. I’d like to say don’t judge me, but if I were you, I’d judge me. I love vegan/eco-friendly, literary and thoughtfully curated boxes.