TAZO meets our cozy weather needs with their new tea blends

TAZO Energize & Dream Teas. Image Courtesy TAZO
TAZO Energize & Dream Teas. Image Courtesy TAZO /

TAZO introduced two new tea blends that are all about energy management

If there’s one thing that can make the change of seasons more enjoyable, it would have to be a cup of hot tea. And luckily for us, TAZO is doing their part with two new tea blends.

While the two new teas from TAZO may be all about managing our energy, thanks to their new Dream and Energize varieties, we can’t help but feel like these are also perfect for Fall sipping all around. In fact, it feels like these two teas were designed for curling up on the couch with in cozy slippers and a robe. Just because one would be for sipping in the morning to get the day started and one is for night time and getting ready for bed means nothing.

TAZO gives us Energize and Dream tea

With their Energize tea blend, you get a green tea that features a kick of ginseng, a pop of citrus, and even guarana. Designed to give you a much needed energy boost, this tea is tasty and gives you the energy you need to get through the day, especially when it starts to get cold outside.

Then we have the Dream tea blend. This tea is an herbal blend that features valerian root, lavender, chamomile, hints of vanilla, and even almond. This smooth tea is coziness in a cup and it really does act as the perfect way to end the day.

While I actually love both of these teas, I am definitely partial to the Dream tea blend. This is just as smooth and relaxing as the name and the ingredients suggest. And if you happen to have a cookie or even a biscotti while you are sipping, then you know that it is more than just a guilty pleasure, this is comfort at home.

We love finding new drinks to relax with or to give us a much needed caffeine boost, and TAZO definitely delivers with these two tea blends.

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Have you tried TAZO’s new tea blends yet? Will you be giving these teas a try? Which tea do you enjoy drinking on a cold day? Tell us what you think in the comments.