Sunday, October 10, 2010

Revolution Tea

So, Jonathan played in Tupelo last night and we stayed at the Hilton Garden Inn just down the street from the venue. I love staying in hotels, especially when there's good breakfast involved. A little irrelevant, but I had an omelette with tomatoes, onion, bacon, and cheese, half of a waffle with strawberries, a piece of prime rib, and then on the way out, I dipped a strawberry in the chocolate fountain. Who can resist a chocolate fountain? Nobody, that's who. Anyway, at the free coffee station, there was also this beautiful wooden box with separated sections, each with it's own tiny box of tea. It was so gorgeous, I didn't even drink coffee at all this morning. I had two sweet ginger peach teas, and they were delicious! Look how gorgeous this is!

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I would have taken my own photo, but my phone was dead, and I didn't have a camera. The box in the above photo doesn't have each section separated like I saw it, but it's still pretty nice. Anyway, the excitement about Revolution Tea doesn't stop there! The tea bags are in a really nice sturdy mesh type bag. So pretty. A very luxurious tea experience! And I don't even drink tea that often. I get it now though. Revolution, like many other companies, created a branding experience rather than just a product. And they did it well! Here are the tea bags.

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Aren't they pretty? Here's how they describe their bags:

"Revolution Full-leaf teas are packaged
in the most innovative tea bag available.
The Revolution Infuser Tea Bag™ allows
you a clear view of the whole leaf teas you
are enjoying. As you pour hot water over the
tea leaves, watch them expand and infuse,
producing a full-bodied, flavorful tea. Make
the change to Revolution Infuser
Tea Bags today.

Pretty genius. You should try it. You'll see.


  1. I love Revolution Teas... my 1st job at a small coffee shop sold those, and i could have died.

    -amanda b!

  2. Right? Much more flavorful than any other tea I've ever had. And more fun too:)