|Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.|
I'm someone who doesn't drink that much caffeine throughout the day, but will have half a dozen cups of decaf tea daily. Depending on my mood, there's a wide range of teas that I enjoy on a regular basis. One of my all time favorites is Vanilla Chai, but when I can't always find that in the grocery store near my home, I end up buying the regular decaf chai. One of the main reasons I have a collection of tea flavours, is that you never know who could stop by. It's always nice and welcoming offering family and friends a cup of tea or coffee, or of course... wine! For years I've kept boxes of teabags in my pantry, which took up a whole entire shelf. I recently got an opportunity to test out a genious product: The TeaBook.
The TeaBook is exactly what it sounds like... a book that holds tea bags. It's quite stylish, in the way that you could put it on any shelf and it would match the decor. It looks like a leather photo album, but instead of photos it holds tea bags. Flip open the book to conveniently view a collection of teabags. There's plenty of pages to hold a big collection of tea... up to 144 in total. The book is lightweight, even when it's completely full. It's made of partially recycled and recyclable material, and is non-toxic and BPA free. The book is vegan, as it's animal friendly and no animals were harmed in the making. I currently have mine in the kitchen next to my cookbooks.
When I was contacted by the company to review their product, I was super excited since I'm a tea lover. With five colors to chose from, I had a hard time trying to decide which one I wanted. The colors that they currently offer are: brown, chai (tan), tea green (lime green), cinnamon red, and teal. The color that I finally decided on was the green, which matches some of my kitchen decor.
When the item arrived in the mail, it was wrapped in plastic to help protect it. Since the company takes pride in helping the environment, it had the minimum when it comes to packaging... just enough to protect it. Once I removed the clear plastic that covered the book, I found pieces of white tissue paper protecting each individual page.
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I received an item(s), in exchange for my honest opinion, and a review of my experience. I did not receive any other compensation or incentive nor was I required to write a positive review. Individual results or experiences may vary.