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Calendar March 28, 2014 03/28/14 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 17 Comments 17

Craft of Tea – Discount – Giveaway – 3 Winners – Tea Subscription Box

craft of tea

Craft of Tea sent me this box to review. Craft of Tea is a new subscription service that sends artfully blended, all natural teas to you door each month.  You can pick your own teas each month or let Craft of Tea put together a great selection for you.  I love the freedom of picking your own teas.  My husband likes tea and I was excited to see what Craft of Tea would send.

The Details:

Cost: $19.95 for 4 teas (Starter). $29.95 for 8 Teas (Full Size),

Coupon:  Use the code SPRING30 to save 30% off

What's in the box.  The starter box has 4 flavors of teas (around 0.5 oz each in zip pouch), picked out by you or Craft of Tea.  The Full Size box includes 8 flavors of teas (around 0.5 oz each in zip pouch),

Shipping: Free for Continental US 48 States, $16.95 for Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, PO Box, Military APO & FPO, $54.95 for the rest of the world.

When does my box ship? The cutoff date for all subscription package and gift box is on the 15th of each month. Orders placed before the 15th will be received by end of each month.  Please make sure to update your Craft of Tea Basket for your selection of teas by the 15th of each month. Otherwise, the staff will hand picked the recommended selection for you.

Website: http://www.craftoftea.com/

Phone Number: 1-800-628-5829

Craft of Tea March 2014

Craft of Tea March 2014

Craft of Tea shipped by USPS

Cleanse & Detox

Cleanse & Detox

Cleanse & Detox:  Signature naturally caffeine-free organic herbal Cleanse & Detox tea is a unique balanced combination to cleanse your body and speed up your metabolism.


Organic Coriander Seed, Organic Fennel Seed, Organic Milk Thistle, Organic Chicory Root, Organic Burdock Root, Organic Dandelion Root, Organic Ginger, Organic Hibiscus, Organic Schizandra Berries, Organic Licorice Root, Organic Rosehips, and Organic Orange Peel.


1 tsp for each cup.  Steep at 212°F for 5-7 minutes.

This was a very flavorful tea, but a bit too strong for my husband's taste.

Calm & Refresh

Calm & Refresh

Calm & Refresh:  Signature naturally caffeine-free organic herbal Calm & Refresh tea will ease your mind and spirit, soothe the soul, and enhance the mood. This tea will melt away all of your worries and leave behind nothing but calm and refresh.


Organic Lemongrass, Organic South African Rooibos, Organic South African Honeybush, Organic Ginger, Organic Lemon Verbena, Organic Apple Bits, and Organic Marigolds.


1 tsp for each cup.  Steep at 206°F for 5-7 minutes.

This has a wonderful sweet smell.  I don't drink tea, but I loved smelling this one.  My husband didn't love this one, but it has a great smell.

Zesty Soul

Zesty Soul

 Zesty Soul: This tea is an expertly blended combination of green tea with zesty Lemongrass, Ginseng leaves, and popped brown rice. Ancient Wisdom have taught us that sipping green tea and ginseng provides energy and a clear mind.

Water Temp: 180°F. 1 tsp for each 8 oz of water. Steep Time: 3-4 minutes.

This smells just like green tea.  We didn't get a chance to taste this one yet.

Hearty Spirit

Hearty Spirit

Hearty Spirit: A black tea combined with Ginger, Cinnamon, Cardamom, and Clove makes for an invigorating, aromatic, and hearty blend. Serve with milk or soy and a dash of sugar or honey. This makes a perfect Chai latte hot or iced.

Water Temp: 212°F. 1 tsp of leaves per 8 oz of water. Steep Time: 4-5 minutes.

Add cream and sugar.

 My husband loved this tea.  This was a great tea.  It had a mild, sweet flavor and was very tasty.  My husband wants more of this one.

Craft of Tea March 2014

Craft of Tea March 2014

 Final Thought: This was a nice box of tea.  My husband loved the black tea, hearty spirit.  It was a fantastic tea and he loves it.  While some of the other teas weren't my husband's “cup of tea”, they were good quality.  One of the great things about Craft of Tea, is you can pick your own teas.  You can select the teas that you like best, or you can let Craft of Tea pick for you!  If you want to subscribe to Craft of Tea, click HERE and use the code SPRING30 to save 30%.  Also, Craft of Tea is going to give three winners, a free month of Craft of Tea.  Just enter the giveaway below!

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Disclosure:  This box was received free for review.  My opinions are my own.  This post contains referral links.  The Handy Box is responsible for all prize fulfillment.

This entry was posted in Food Subscriptions and tagged: on Friday, March 28th, 2014 by Subscription Box Mom

2 Comment(s)

  1. Missy Marie, April 16, 2014:

    Raspberry zinger!

  2. Mildred Floyd, April 24, 2014:


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