Friday, March 25, 2016

Pique Tea, Promo Code

Recently I reviewed the Pique Tea Crystals. The reviews generated a lot of interest, curiosity, and skepticism from readers. I will admit I had a doubtful opinion myself before trying the crystals. In fact after posting my reviews, I mentioned to Pique Tea that I thought this sounded to good to be true, but it is really a good convenient tea.

Their response?

We get the too good to be true reaction pretty frequently, too. That's why we really just love getting people to try it. The proof is in the cup! :)

One of the drawbacks to convincing people to try their tea is that it was only offered through a subscription plan. Well, that has changed. I noticed it in the last couple reviews and now it is official - you can buy individual boxes of Pique Tea with or without signing up for a subscription plan.

To that end, Pique Tea has made a promo code especially for The Everyday Tea Blog. It is good for 15% off your first order. Use the code EVERYDAYTEA15 when ordering to take advantage of the offer. 

In case you haven't read my reviews yet, Pique Tea is currently available in 5 varieties; Earl Grey, English Breakfast, Jasmine, Sencha, and Mint Sencha. There is also a variety pack that contains some of each (highly recommend this option).

Most of us live in a crazy busy world where we pound on the microwave door and yell at it to hurry up. Sure when we do have that rare moment of down time we want to steep our leaf and meditate on the cup. If only there was a way to put some quality steep in our hurry up and go lifestyle. Oh, wait, that's kind of the idea behind Pique Tea.

Pique Tea brews the tea in a controlled environment, then removes the water turning the brew into packets of crystals. You add the crystals back to water and instantly have a perfect cup.

Please know, I am not being paid or compensated for this post. I did receive a Variety Pack for review. It disappeared very quickly. My purpose here is simply to help tea drinkers through there hectic day without resorting to over sugary ready to drink beverages or poor quality office tea bags - who knows how long those have been there. You have a choice.

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