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Firepot Nomadic Teas Releases New Wellness Line for Mind, Body and Spirit

Monday, November 27th 2017 @ 9:57 AM

Firepot Nomadic Teas announces its new wellness line, the Rituals Collection, that has been curated to bring strength of body, mind and spirit to consumers. Founder Sarah Scarborough developed the new line based on recent travels to China and other parts of Asia, which is inspired to bring the wellness traditions of the ancient world to Firepot’s fans. Scarborough’s years of travel have led her on one adventure after another, inspiring her business through exploration of different and ancient cultures.

MIND, BODY, SPIRIT

The collection will feature six organic, kosher and non-GMO certified teas that are individually designed to provide different aspects of wellness to mind, body and spirit. Utilizing healing botanicals from Ayurveda, traditional Chinese medicine and other ancient world wellness traditions, the Rituals Collection offers tea lovers a special experience and glimpse into the inspiring history of tea. Each box of tea contains 14 silken, biodegradable tea sachets and examples of rituals from ancient traditions to inspire consumers to live a more conscious, vibrant and aware life.

THE COLLECTION

Temple of the Sun is an Assam single estate black tea; Soul Revival is a turmeric chai, House of Peace is a relaxing caffeine-free tulsi, ashwagandha and chamomile blend; Cult of Flowers is a caffeine-free hibiscus, schizandra, berry and rose blend; Elemental Energy is a yerba, mate and goji berry green tea blend; and Illuminated Mind is a matcha-covered sencha.

HEAR HER ROAR

Firepot Nomadic Teas donates one percent of each sale to Roar Collaborative, also founded by Scarborough, which is a partnership project with the Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Alliance. The collaboration provides training, skill-sharing and market access to young women in tea origin regions in order to build self-sufficiency and protect wildlife.

About Firepot Nomadic Teas

Created in 2001 by world-traveler and sustainable living expert, Sarah Scarborough, Firepot Nomadic Teas is a quality tea company that takes pride in its commitment to quality and ethical trading practices. Its organic teas and spices are sourced from producers in Africa, India and Asia, and offer an authentic taste of some of our globe’s most inspiring cultures. Firepot donates one percent of all sales to the empowerment of women and preservation of wildlife in tea origins. For more information, visit www.firepot.com, or check out Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

About Sarah Scarborough

With 15 years of experience under her belt, Nashville native Sarah Scarborough is a true tea connoisseur and the owner of Firepot Nomadic Teas. She has multiple degrees in environmental studies, agroecology and sustainable development, and has traveled the world searching for the best way to produce quality teas while maintaining the principles of ethical trade and organic sourcing. Sarah is a member of the African Wildlife Foundation and the Hawaii Tea Growers Society, and received a Congressional Award of Merit for her advocacy of Fair Trade in 2005. Follow her blog, www.NomadicTeaParty.com and Instagram @nomadicteaparty, for recipes and travel stories.

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