Staff Favorites: Orange Spice

  • July 14, 2009

One of the best things about working here at Choice Organic Teas is the sheer range of teas we get to try. There’s a tea here to fit every taste, and we drink them all. The spectrum of teas that we offer means that every employee has a different favorite. And like any tea drinker, we’re passionate about our favorites. So each month, we’re going to have one of us here at Choice Organic Teas talk a little about our favorites and what they mean to us.

orange spicePersonally, my favorite is our Orange Spice. When I was younger my mother made orange spice tea for me on weekend mornings, when I could sleep in late and have a leisurely family breakfast. Or we’d drink it together in the evenings when it got cold, with a few cookies, as a treat.

When I came here and found that we had an Orange Spice blend of our own, I was thrilled. It’s even better than my memories. The flavors and blend of spices are more vibrant than the tea I had as a kid (although maybe I brew it stronger these days), plus it’s organic and Fair Trade. I drink it on rainy Seattle days and whenever I need a bit of comfort. It never fails to cheer me up.
What teas make you feel better?


  • Orange Spice is my favorite for the fall!

    Cindy — July 27, 2009 at 4:50 pm
  • Orange Spice was the first Choice tea I tried and it has remained my favorite. I prefer it to chai, it’s much milder with just the right amount of spice.

    I looked for a Choice “page” on Facebook but none was to be found. The company should start one!

    Maggie — December 19, 2009 at 12:36 am
  • Orange Pekoe is my favorite. Grew up in the 50s and 60s drinking it when not to many different drinks were available. Thought Orange Pekoe went by the way-side till my wife found it in a Organic store in California. I looked at the fine print on the box and was surprised that it is pack and shipped in Seattle. I live in Olympia. Now I need to find a local store that sells it. Very good flavor. As they say “It Hits-the Spot”.

    Al Uuereb — March 6, 2012 at 10:38 pm

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