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Chrissy Teigen posted a series of photos of her newly organized pantry to Instagram on Monday, Feb. 3, and the images are seriously mesmerizing. Her pantry organizes dry goods into labeled clear containers, lines jars of peanut butter, Goldfish and seaweed snacks in perfect order and includes lazy Susans of Tobasco hot sauces, cooking oils and salad dressings. Her tea collection, however, stands out, filling an entire bottom shelf.
The model turned TV personality and chef seems to have a massive tea collection, but one product, in particular, stands out: Tea Drops. Curious, we looked into the product and learned that Tea Drops are organic, pressed teas that dissolve in hot water. They eliminate the waste of a teabag, and according to the brand, are like a bath bomb, but for tea.
Just last October, Chrissy actually tweeted about the brand, sharing her love for the tea with a video of her opening a Tea Drops gift set.
Teigen shared some of the flavors she tried and liked, and reiterated that her love for the brand was genuine. “Anyhoo again, this is not an ad. I just can’t shut up about it. If you come to my house, you are hearing about this tea,” she tweeted.
Tea Drops come in several flavors, both caffeinated and decaf, including Rose Early Grey, Matcha Green Tea, Vanilla White Tea, Turmeric Tea, Pumpkin Spice, Chocolate Early Grey and Citrus Ginger, which is labeled as “Chrissy’s Pick.”
Shop: Tea Drops Citrus Ginger, $12
Tea Drops are made with leaves and spices and lightly sweetened with organic cane sugar. Naturally, some sediment will float to the bottom of your cup once dissolved, but the brand says that it is totally drinkable.
Not to mention, Tea Drops is organic and ethically made. So, you can feel good about what you put in your cup!
“Tea Drops are the only bagless, dissolvable loose-leaf teas. We are fair-trade, we’re organic, we’re Kosher-certified. We ethically source our teas all over the world. We ensure that all tea estate workers are paid a fair, livable wage. We’re really proud at Tea Drops to be woman-founded, women lead and women operated,” Founder and CEO of Tea Drops Sashee Chandran said in a video about the brand.
If you’re interested, you can check out all of the flavors and gift sets on Tea Drops’ website, where you can also sign up for a tea subscription. Tea Drops are sold in packs of 10 for $12 or $13.50 (depending on the flavor), while monthly subscriptions include 15 Tea Drops in three different flavors and cost $25. Tea Drops are also available on Amazon.
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