Whenever someone offers me a tea, the only answer I can give is “YES PLEASE.” Therefore, when I saw that Little Miracles were willing to send me some teas to try, of course, I couldn’t refuse.
With each thing that passes my lips, I can be a little picky about its sugar content and calories (sadly I am one of those people). If it’s liquid, I don’t tend to waste good calories on it as I would rather have a cake than a Coke.
However, with Little Miracles this was not a problem. The teas contain delicious fruit juice with Panax ginseng in its purest form and açaí. What does this mean? It means that you can improve thinking, concentration, memory and work efficiency, physical stamina, and athletic endurance thus being the perfect pick me up throughout the day.
Personally, I am happy with a PG Tip cuppa with a reasonable amount of milk. I choose breakfast tea over any herbal teas purely because it’s what I am used to. However, once I started drinking a bottle of these colourful beauties, it didn’t last. I kept sipping and sipping away. They were incredibly refreshing and genuinely did make me feel cleansed and focused. Perhaps it’s one of those situations where I know about it so I begin thinking it, but who cares? If I think I am working better when I drink it, and I am… Then okay, give me some more!
These are the flavours I got my mitts on which I first I frowned at. I never expected to enjoy a bottle of cold lemongrass tea and ginseng. I decided to take each bottle day by day as I knew I would end up running to the bathroom every five minutes if I drank them all in one go (it was tempting to try the next one). It was rather exciting as I had no idea what to expect.
I did love my teas and I am certainly more likely to experiment with different flavours in the future.
Nothing beats my hot, milky cup of breakfast tea in the morning but at least I have the option for something more refreshing, a little pick me up if you will throughout the day for when I am fancying something less than 90 calories.
You can read more about Little Miracles at http://drinklittlemiracles.com and don’t forget to let me know what you think.