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Celeste Morris  

User's reviews

  • Sleepytime Classic


    Celestial's signature blend. And I'm not talking about myself. This tea has been around for quite a while and still hits the spot. I love the way the hints of mint and other herbs counteract the flavor of the chamomile (which I don't really like). It will also calm an upset tummy and set you up for slumber.

  • Buttermint


    I'm not sure quite how they do it, but it tastes pretty perfectly of butter-mint. The pastel ones at weddings in the 80's. I personally prefer a sharper peppermint flavor but it is nice.

  • Winter Spice


    This is a wonderful caffeine free holiday blend for sitting by the fire or watching a hallmark movie. The flavors are nicely balanced, grounded by cinnamon and spice with the fruity top notes.

  • Lady Grey


    This tea is wonderfully balanced, light and refreshing. Not a touch of bitter. The fragrance comes first - the purity of the tea with a hint of citrus. It cannot stand for a second steep, but doesn't require any additives to improve the flavor.



    The tea was fine until someone compared it to pipe tobacco. I think the vanilla/caramel flavors are a bit artificial. They do settle out with a touch of milk.



    One of the classic teas of my childhood. It is a perfectly balanced orange/cinnamon which pairs well with a good book or conversation with Mom.

  • Candy Cane Lane


    Pretty much candy=cane perfection. Very pepperminty with a beautiful sweetness that does not require additional sweetner.

  • Honey Vanilla Chamomile


    I love this tea. The honey flavor balances out the fruitiness of the chamomile which I have always associated with overripe apples. It doesn't have the crispness of the mint in sleepytime, but is the best chamomile I've found.

  • Vanilla Chai Tea Bags


    I don't love the vanilla - it has a bit of a chemical flavor. Bigelow makes some better blends.