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The Village Scribe
Our deepest thanks to all of you who have purchased tea from "Tea Bunnies"! Unfortunately, we've made the decision to close our online business, and we will no longer be taking individual orders. However we will still be selling at craft fairs and corporate vendor booths, and we'll keep this site updated as to where and when you can find us! Thanks again for all of your support, and we hope to see you at "Gifts and Good Taste" at the Captain Leonard House in December (check back for dates/times).
Fun and Fruity:
Ambrosia (apricot tea, black currant tea, mango tea,rose hips, orange peel, cinnamon chips)
Apricot (black tea, apricot flavoring, calendula petals)
Cranberry (lemon balm, hibiscus, rose hips, raspberry extract)
Earl Grey (black tea flavored with bergamot)
Lemon (lemon grass, rose hips, lemon peel, lemon extract)
Mango (Black tea, mango flavoring, calendula petals)
Orange-Spice (Ceylon, orange peel, orange oil, clovebud oil)
Peach (lemon balm, rose hips, peach extract)
Raspberry (lemon balm, hibiscus, rose hips, raspberry extract)
Tropicana (black tea, calendula petals, cornflower petals, rose petals, tropical fruit flavoring)
Cool and Minty:
Chocolate-Mint (Peppermint leaves flavored with chocolate extract)
Lemon-Mint (peppermint, lemongrass, rose hips, lemon peel, lemon extract)
Orange-Mint (Peppermint, rose hips, orange peel, orange extract)
Peppermint (peppermint leaves)
Spearmint (spearmint leaves)
Warm and Toasty:
Chai (black tea, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, cloves, pepper)
Jamaican Rum Royale (black tea, jamaican rum flavoring)
Unflavored Black and Green Teas (all caffeinated):
China Black (basic black tea)
Dragon Well Green (Lung ching - panfired leaf)
Gunpowder Green (tightly rolled, panfired leaf from china)
English Breakfast (a blend of Chester and Kalgar)
Irish Breakfast (a blend of Chester and Assam)
Oolong (Formosa oolong from Taiwan, medium grade pale liquer, and flowery)
Medicinal Teas (all caffeine free)*:
Angelica Root (for chest colds)
Expect-relief (Angelica root, licorice, marshmallow, and mullein - for chest colds)
Golden Slumbers (chamomile and spearmint - relaxing)
Licorice Root (for sore throats, coughs, and laryngitis)
Marshmallow Root (comfort for colds)
Raspberry Leaf (commonly used for pms, or as uterine tonic)
Throat Soother (licorice root, marshmallow, and mullein - for sore throats and laryngitis)
*Our medicinal teas are for comfort only, and are not intended to cure any disease or correct any condition. These teas should not be taken by those who are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or who have an existing health condition like heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, etc. Always consult your physician before taking these or any other herbal products. Why, "Tea Bunnies"?
Our original name was, "Comforting Creations", at www.comfortingcreations.net, but people had a hard time remembering it, and it just felt a bit too formal. Then one day, when my daughters and I were playing "tea party" with their little toy bunnies, it suddenly struck me that this is what it's all about...enjoying moments and making memories together. So, in honor of the little bunnies who reminded me that tea parties should be fun, and not stuffy, we've changed our name to "Tea Bunnies"...
And, for all you skeptics out there who say, "That's a silly name...bunnies don't even drink tea," we recently received an email from Gaye A., from South Carolina, who wrote, "I have a pet bunny...We discovered he liked tea when he turned over a cup of sweet tea on an end table and proceded to lick it up...I'll never have to have tea alone. The bunny will be more than glad to join me!" Of course, as Gaye and our other tea-drinking, bunny-owner friends will tell you, if you're having real bunnies to tea, it's important to check with your vet or visit, House Rabbit Society, for information on how to plan a "bunny-healthy" menu. But, whether your guests are furry or bald, we hope you'll invite somebunny over for tea today, and savor every sip!
Why, "Tea Bunnies"?