If you read my posts so far, you probably know that my favorite brew for the last few months was ginger vanilla tea… mostly with cinnamon. It gave me that beautiful warm feeling each time I sip. Since the new year started, my seasonal go-to flavor changed 🙂 Now I’m back to pure Assam black tea with milk all day long. It has such a creamy texture that I can’t get enough of it! Earl Grey is there as a substitute :D.

Maybe it’s the snow that made me change my mind!

It’s been snowing here for the past several days, which is why my energy level rises! I love snow. Flakes are not that big, but still, when I look around and see that everything is covered in that white coat, the smile just hits my heart. Magic, as I say. Snow magic. Winter magic. Well, that resulted in the change of seasonal flavor, I guess. Now the creamy black tea warms me up during these times.

Someone from my tea community said the other day that she never experienced snow. Oh, Gosh! I wish I could pack it in a box and send it over to people who have never had that experience! That’s a sad thing in the world. We should all sense nature’s gifts.

This is my prayer to the Universe: 

‘Let it snow all over the world!’

Snow is joy. It’s cold, ok, it’s also wet… sometimes you may freeze, haha, but it’s fun. And the best part is how quiet everything gets. Like a noise buffer. If you take a walk, especially at the night, as I like to, everything just silences down. Snow creaks under my feet and the air is cold but somehow soft… Magic, I’m telling you!

Then you get back home and brew a nice cuppa to warm up. 

Since we breathe more freely these days, I even launched a new tea blend for the Black Rabbit Tea. It’s named BREATHE. A mix of herbs opens the lungs for more and more fresh air to come in. The best part of it is the anise seed, which gives an amazing aroma and fresh aftertaste. After a cup of this one, you will breathe wide open, trust me 😉

When we fill our lungs with oxygen, our minds clear. We can better process thoughts. In yoga, we pay a lot of attention to breathing during practice, because deep and steady breaths ground us. Our physical body reacts differently, in a positive way, as well as our inner self. You are more confident because of the clarity you have. For those of you who practice yoga, you are aware of the importance of a strong spine, too. The stronger the spine the better our posture will be, therefore the lungs are more open and breathing is free. Oxygen flows easily through our bodies. 

The BREATHE blend is made to help you accomplish this process through a cup of tea. 

Sometimes we see our actions as linear, but many processes are happening behind. Just like this example. We think ‘Oh, I just sip tea and enjoy a moment’, but there’s the whole system on the back end supporting that sipping. Think about this next time you just sit there with your cuppa 😉 Remember how many benefits it actually brings you.

I’ll go for a walk in the snow now, and you can find the new Breathe blend at the link below 🙂


Have a Magical weekend!



  1. I love Earl Grey black! I also like English Breakfast tea. I am English, go figure!

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    1. Hahaha, classic, right? 😀


  2. Laura Denise says:

    THANK YOU for sharing! 😍❄️ I moved to a snowless region seven years ago. I miss it so! And your tea talk warmed my soul!

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    1. That warms my heart 🤍

      Brew some nice tea and dream about snow flakes ✨❄️✨

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      1. Laura Denise says:

        Drinking some now at mom’s! ☺️

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  3. Maxima says:

    Nice, very nice!

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    1. Snow brings the Magic! ✨

      Thanks for stopping by 😊

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  4. Athira says:

    Thank you for sharing…
    Keep writing✍🏻

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