Sips by is a monthly tea subscription box that sends 4 new premium teas chosen from thousands of top-rated teas based on your unique taste preferences, steeping guidelines and tasting notes, biodegradable tea filters as needed and tea Discovery Club Membership Perks.
Shipping: US - Free | Canada - $14.50
Coupon Code: SIPS5 - Save $5 off your first box!
Tea Fiori Something Blue
In search of good luck? This unique floral blueberry black tea has cornflower petals and mallow blossoms for a hint of something blue. Sixpence in your shoe not included.
Tiny Bee Tea Sparkling Nectar
This fruity hibiscus herbal tea blend is pollinated with our specialized tiny bee powers and a sprinkle of sparkling gold glitter. Citrus notes blend with the tropical sweetness of pineapple and guava for a taste that will leave you buzzing. Drink it hot or iced, honey!
August Uncommon Tea Dark Iris
The iris has been the favorite flower of royalty and artists for centuries. The accord of lime blossom and creamy vanilla in this tea evokes the scent of iris. At first, the bright acidity of peach and lime dominate. The next sip deepens with the velvetiness of roasted oolong with peach and rose notes. Adding milk introduces pistachio and white chocolate flavors. Chilling this tea deepens its earthiness to bring out roasted peach and rose notes. An experience as mysterious and elegant as the intoxicating spring flower.
Tea Kitten Pink Citrus Magik
This fruity, citrusy green tea blend channels your inner sorceress with a magikal ingredient that turns this brew into a playful pink delight (make sure to get a bright blue flower in each brew!). If the first steep is blue, add a drop of lemon and watch for an enchanting purple hue!
Disposable Tea Bags
Also included is a reusable muslin cloth tea bag with several disposable tea bags inside.
Sips by did a great job customizing my box with my tea preferences. I also like the personalized insert with information about the teas they sent. It includes info on how to brew the tea and the caffeine levels. The one thing I want to point out is the shipping fees for Canadian subscribers are too high so it's something to keep in mind.
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