Friday, June 27, 2008

Garden Goose

A wonderful package arrived at my mailbox this week from Tina at Garden Goose. It contained such wonderful items from her gift shop.

How cool to have your own 'label', Tina. Yours are so pretty!

Each tea tin has a beautiful picture of the flower that the tea is made from along with brewing tips and a description of the tea contents. Let me give you an example. Here's what it says on the back of the Hibiscus Summer Tea tin:

"What Reminds You of Summer?"

"Everyone's different. For me it's hibiscus flowers. Often bees darted inside the hibiscus in our yard to taste the sweet nectar and carry it home to their hive. They knew something, the bees, long before we did, that many flowers are delicious! So taking a bit of advice from the bees we've included Hibiscus in this tasty fruity tea. Naturally caffeine free, you may enjoy this tea late in a balmy summer evening without fear of being kept up late. Enjoy!"

Each tea tin has the Garden Goose Certified seal of approval on the top and a link to Tina's Etsy shop below. I'm off to there now, to see more of her quality gifts for home and garden. Maybe I'll see you there. . .


  1. They look beautiful and sound delightful! I'll have to check out her shop for sure. What a thoughtful friend she must be!

  2. Thank you for sharing these wonderful products. I agree, the packaging is beautiful. I'll have to pop over and see for myself.

  3. and wouldn't ya know I'm currently all sold out of the tea..ha..but..I do have some daerling butterflies and a handbag..will have to update my shop now that is for sure.
    I'm so glad you got the teas..enjoy! I must say the hibiscus one is my personal fave.
    hugs and have a great weekend!

  4. Hello!
    I'm trying to ease my way back into blogging and wanted to pop over for a spot of tea! There's a new shop here in town called Hallowed Grounds. They roast their own coffee beans and have a bazillion different types of tea. I thought of you the first time I went in. Just bought some more Lady Grey and it's wonderful!


  5. I didn't know Tina made her own tea blends. These look really nice. Thanks.

  6. Beautiful packaging...lovely gift!


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