A Very Nice Cuppa

We have a lovely little thing here at my workplace. It's called the "Help Yourself" table. On mondays there are homemade rolls, during the holidays there are lots of baked goodies . . . you get the idea. Well lately, in honor of the economic downturn and our company's subsequent furloughs, lots of pantry items have been showing up . . . mac and cheese, soup, you know. Today the variety boasted soggy strawberry cake, green-pepper jelly, a few Reader's Digests, and something that has made my afternoon fragrant and wonderful.

I present to you, Good Earth Raspberry Red Tea. What a treat. I'm usually a fan of herbal infusions, but this little blend packs lots of antioxidant and a nice, subtle raspberry flavor, but it also has spicy hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, spearmint, star anise, and ginger and  chicory root. So nice. 

Thank you tea fairy.

But wait! There's more. 

The little tab on the tea bag even had a very thought-provoking quote. I wonder what you guys think of this one:

"It's easier to fight for one's principles than to live up to them." 
--Alfred Adler (1870-1937)

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