tea time

    Published: December 12, 2014

    Holiday Tea Time

    tea timeAs the holidays approach, so do the bone-chilling cold and snow. But what a perfect time for a hot, tasty cup of holiday tea to warm you up! There is a nearly endless selection of delicious hot teas that are perfect for the winter holidays. Some of our favorite flavors of holiday tea are included below. Be sure to use pure, filtered water from Pelican for the absolute best-tasting tea!

    Pumpkin Spice

    Featuring a combination of sweetness and spiciness, pumpkin spice tea is a great choice for fall or winter days. Contains rich flavors such as pumpkin, caramel, butterscotch and vanilla.

    Spiced Apple Cider

    You can savor the essence of hot apple cider on a cold winter day with an aromatic tea that includes hints of apple, cinnamon, chicory, and carob.

    Winter Berry

    This fruity tea is a luscious change of pace. With cranberry, pineapple, papaya, almond and/or cinnamon, winterberry tea has plenty of bold, delicious flavors.

    White Chocolate Peppermint

    What could be better at the holidays than tea with creamy white chocolate, cocoa bits, and crushed candy cane pieces? This tea is a wintertime classic.


    Most everyone associates peppermint tea with the holidays. Peppermint tea is delicious, healthy, and caffeine-free, making it a great choice for staying warm and healthy in the colder months.


    This favorite holiday tea is inspired by the rich, bold taste of fresh gingerbread. Contains cinnamon, chicory root, apple, cloves, and red currants.

    Spiced Mandarin

    Enjoy the rich exotic flavors of tangerines, lemons, and blood oranges, as well as cloves, pepper, cinnamon and ginger. What a great way to spice up a cold, snowy day!

    White Ayurvedic Chai

    This high quality white tea contains coconut, cinnamon, ginger, pineapple and cloves. Complex, sweet, and full-bodied.

    Earl Grey White

    This is a modern, wintery turn on a classic tea. A lighter and brighter type of Earl Grey that features apricot and hints of orange.

    Be sure to enjoy the holidays and share a hot cup of holiday tea with family and friends!