The Tea Spot’s Loose Leaf Tea and Steepware® Featured Nationally with Family-Centric Retailer Zulily.com

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The Tea Spot, Inc., Boulder’s philanthropic tea company, will be featured on Zulily.com today, offering $25 online vouchers for just $12 – a 52% discount. With over five million members nationwide, family-friendly companies like The Tea Spot can now reach their targeted audiences across the US.

We’ve found that our rooibos-based teas appeal to kids’ taste buds and are appreciated by moms because they are naturally caffeine-free, sugar-free, and packed with antioxidants.

Online vouchers for The Tea Spot’s handcrafted loose teas and designer Steepware® are available to subscribers on Zulily.com (10/29/11 - 10/31/11). Zulily offers daily deals for moms, babies and kids. These special sales events last for 72-hours, and Zulily members can enjoy savings of up to 90% off retail prices on top-quality apparel, gear and other products. Membership to the site is free and with over four million members nationwide, family-friendly companies like The Tea Spot can now partner with Zulily to reach their targeted audiences across the US. For this offer, Zulily is offering $25 vouchers for just $12 to be used on The Tea Spot’s online tea store – a 52% discount.

The Tea Spot’s loose leaf tea products are a perfect fit for moms and children alike. Because the loose leaf teas offered by The Tea Spot are handpicked and microblended in small batches, they produce fresh and healthy tea for kids and moms, free from sugars and preservatives. The Tea Spot’s wide collection provides options for both relaxing and rejuvenating busy moms. Ranging from the aptly named Meditative Mind (a white tea blend with rosebuds and jasmine pearls), to Bolder Breakfast (a blend of five strong black teas, pu’erh, and dark chocolate), The Tea Spot’s handcrafted full leaf teas offer antioxidants and vitamins in every cup with zero calories. Many of their herbal teas make perfect kids tea options! Director of Product Marketing and Development Jessica Burtenshaw notes, “Most people don’t think of making tea for their kids, due to the caffeinated nature of traditional teas, but we’ve found that our rooibos teas appeal to kids’ taste buds and are appreciated by moms because they are naturally caffeine-free, sugar-free, and packed with antioxidants. With our wide range of family-friendly teas, we’re really excited to reach out to the Zulily community.”

Featured Steepware® items include Steep and Chill, a best-selling iced tea maker that can prepare and chill 32 oz of fresh tea to help hydrate kids with sugar-free beverages. When paired with The Tea Spot’s caffeine-free Blood Orange Smoothie or Red Rocks teas, the Steep and Chill makes healthy cold drink options convenient to prepare & keep on hand. The Steep and Chill iced tea maker features a borosilicate glass body with a bold accent color, available in Black, Lemon Meringue or Clementine, and retails for $44.95.

The Tea Spot’s Tuffy Steeper is a loose leaf tea infuser made in bright colors that attracts kids to the process of steeping loose leaf tea. The Tuffy Steeper is a durable, expandable, food-grade silicone steeper that’s versatile and easy to clean and pack. The lid doubles as a saucer for the brewing basket when your tea is done steeping. Tuffy Steeper will fit in most cups, mugs and teapots. It comes in six vibrant colors and retails for $8.95.

ABOUT THE TEA SPOT: The Tea Spot is a for-profit philanthropic business producing handcrafted loose leaf teas and Steepware® – the tools that make loose tea easy. The Boulder, Colorado-based woman owned and operated company was founded by Maria Uspenski in 2004. A cancer survivor drawn to the health benefits of leaf tea during her recovery, she set forth to modernize the loose-leaf tea experience. Her message is simple and powerful: tea in its freshest form renders incredible flavor, unmatched health benefits, and is eco-friendly. The Tea Spot is a Certified B Corporation and ensures that its products uphold clean, sustainable and fair manufacturing standards. The company’s model of social entrepreneurship incorporates a culture of giving as it grows: ten percent of every sale made is donated in-kind to cancer and community wellness programs.

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