If you’re open to being a creature of change then these are the 5 teas you must try this Spring

Can I be frank? This post initially set out to be a ‘teas to try this autumnn’ but has instead turned out be the ‘teas to drink to accompany the seasonal change’. And this is mainly because Spring has sprung a little sooner than expected, meaning I’ve had to switch gears.

So until Autumn or Fall (as the American folk call it) rolls around again, we’re operating in the field of Spring for now.

If it ain’t broke why fix it?

I know with these kinds of posts there’s usually one of two reactions. So which ever way you’re

1) those who are all for giving new things a try

2)the creatures of habit who refuse to loosen their grip on the rails of comfort

Now I’ll be the first to admit, I don’t always change the teas I’m enjoying to the weather; I’m the kind of gal who’ll gladly sip on a hot cup of green tea in the heat of summer.

But in turning over a new leaf (pun intended), I’ve decided to momentarily to sidle out of my creature of habit status to give this a go, and I encourage you to join me!

(If you opted to join then leave a ๐Ÿ–๐Ÿพ on my latest Instagram post)

5 teas to accompany the seasonal change

Chai