Pique Tea Crystals (How to Drink Tea in the 21st Century)…

Dear Readers,

I have an exciting discovery in the world of tea to share with you today!
Most of us lead very busy lives –we are constantly on the go, and rely on anything and everything that helps to simplify our lives.  This does not mean that we do not have an appreciation for the finer things, it simply means we must find the little pockets of time available to us in order to take a few moments and re-center ourselves.  Tea is one of the most popular ways to do just that; after all, to quote Ralph Waldo Emerson, “There is a great deal of poetry and fine sentiment in a chest of tea.”

As someone who cannot do without tea even in the summertime, I find there are many accessories that I have to tote around in order to be able to make that perfect cup wherever I happen to be.  Tea packets, a tea strainer, stirring stick, and a cup/travel mug all rattle around in the depths of my Longchamp tote bag.  What if the process of having tea could be simplified without sacrificing the quality and one’s appreciation for the ritual?  Tea bags, you say?  I have something neater.

Enter Pique Tea’s innovative tea crystals, a concept by tea-loving entrepreneur Simon Cheng, similar to water-flavouring crystals, but better.  With a special process, Pique Tea is able to extract the antioxidants and fresh flavor of whole leaf tea at optimal levels, and no sweetening is ever included.  These 100% natural and organic crystals completely dissolve in water and enable one to instantly enjoy an exceptional cup of tea, without compromising on flavour or quality.  You don’t even have to stir!

“Tea Crystals are the biggest innovation in tea since the invention of the teabag,” Simon says, and I am inclined to agree.

Watch my video to see this product in action:

Pique Tea Crystals are available for purchase or via subscription in five flavours: Sencha, Mint Sencha, Jasmine, Earl Grey, English Breakfast, or you can opt to try them all with a Variety Pack. (Starting at $7.98/month).  They also have a sleek canteen for sale –I love the lines of it.

Have I… Pique-ed your interest?  If so, satisfy your curiosity and your thirst by visiting: www.piquetea.com

(Please note that as of this writing, Pique Tea’s website does not offer shipping to Canada.  Yet.)

1 Comment

  1. Amy Irene
    July 25, 2016 / 5:30 am

    I love tea too and that’s a really cool concept! I definitely want to try pique tea!!

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