white tea

Natural Fact of the Day

All types of tea, whether white, green, black, or oolong, come from the very same plant (the Camellia sinensis). A tea’s “color” classification is determined by the processing of the leaves from field to cup. No matter the selection, tea is packed with antioxidants and a delicious beverage hot or cold. Personally, my favorites are iced green tea with a splash of lemonade, hot jasmine green tea or black tea with a teaspoon of honey and a splash of organic milk.  What’s your favorite? If you don’t know, broaden your tea horizons and try some new varieties today!


If rain could talk…

Twist is a certified organic and 100% natural beverage made by TalkingRain. With “simply a twist of juice” this refreshing, thirst quencher has just a hint of fruit and a hint of sweet. I haven’t tried all eight of the fun flavors, but I am definitely a huge fan of the Mandarin White Tea. It really tastes natural and it has the perfect hint of sweetness (from organic agave). All of the Twist varieties are under ten calories, sodium-free, and never have artificial sweetners. Twist is a delicious way to stay hydrated, especially if you get bored of plain old H2O!

Photo Credit: TalkingRain Beverage Company

Photo Credit: TalkingRain Beverage Company