Good Hair Day

Today has started out with a lovely new tea I was sent to try – the name makes me giggle: Good Hair Day


I was sent a little tea sample box from My Tea Shelf and I was so excited to try out some new tea (with fun names!)


This tea was unlike any tea I had tried before because it was so cool looking!


It contained organic nettle, organic calendula flowers, organic lemon balm, organic blackberry leaf, carrot bits and is caffeine-free. I loved that it had carrot bits in it and the flower leaves made it pretty!


This tea is called Good Hair Day because the minerals and nutrients found in these herbs and the vitamins from carrot bits contribute to stimulate the growth of healthy hair.


And who doesn’t need a little extra love for their hair??


I used my favorite steeper in my new favorite “L” mug. I love this mug!

The tea was very soft and light. I really enjoyed it, the only thing was I didn’t know how long to steep it!  I guessed and left it in for a few minutes – seemed to work just right!


The wonderful folks at My Tea Shelf have offered And Her Little Dog Too readers 10% off their order with the code Little Dog!


What is the name of your favorite tea? What is the weirdest tea you have ever drank? Did I mention I loved that this had carrot bits?? 🙂

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  • Reply Heather January 20, 2011 at 10:13 am

    I'd love to get one of those tea steepers, I've never seen one that was collapsible like that! The Pineapple-ginger tea from My Tea Shelf sounds good. Lately I've been drinking Paris tea from Harney & Sons and Green Tea Kombucha from Yogi.

  • Reply mama B January 20, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    I love tea! Today's post just inspired me to have a cup of tea that I have never tried, Cardamon Cinnamon. I kept thinking about having another cup of coffee to warm up… but I didn't want the caffeine… and we have several teas in the house that I haven't tried yet.

  • Reply patty O January 21, 2011 at 9:09 pm

    Wow, I have never seen tea look so pretty! I need to try that Good Hair Tea myself.

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