Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Talking 'Bout A Revolution - Revolution Brand Tea (TM)

"Don't you know
They're talkin' about a revolution
It sounds like a whisper
Dont you know
They're talkin' about a revolution
It sounds like a whisper."

(Tracy Chapman)

No need to whisper about this revolution. In fact, shout about it. Tell the world about it. Read my lips. Revolution Tea.

As if the cute little individual boxes weren't enough to get your attention, Revolution Tea comes all dressed up in these cute little nylon mesh infuser bags.

These full-leaf teas (black, green and herbal) are like a revolution which starts in your cup, goes to your mouth and works its way up to your head. . .feel the "feng-shui," taste the zen and smell the amazing scents which awaken your olfactory senses.

Greta tried the Earl Grey with Lavender and called it "amazing, the perfect balance of Earl Grey and lavender." She should know, by golly, she's from England!

And for those who don't like it hot - these are perfect making iced tea and if you want a little "something-something" different, check out Revolution's 3-D Multi-Dimensional Beverage made with genuine juice.

Go ahead - get your drink on and shout about it!


  1. I had the Earl Grey Lavender tea. Perfect balance of bergamot and lavender essences - some teas are too strong so you can hardly taste the tea itself. They are so pretty too in their own little silk purse. It's a lovely little ceremony actually making the tea in a little pot. I had mine right before bed and slept like a baybeeeeee zzzzzz

  2. Plezzzzzzzzzzzzzz where I can buy these delightful sounding teas. This is want I'm talking about - when an English woman recommends a tea, you can put your money right on the teapot! I am looking for something different from the advertised "full leaf teas" and finding that the first note is hibiscus. Don't get me wrong. Nothing wrong with hibiscus when you're expecting hibiscus. But I do frequently get an urge to taste the tea and have the essence as a pleasant compliment.