Celebrate National Hot Tea Month, Sign Up for Tea 101 Classes, 
Stock Up on Seasonal Teas and Learn About Tea's Possible Effect on the Risk of Ovarian Cancer. 
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January is National Hot Tea Month
Celebrate with Tea
How Are You Celebrating
National Hot Tea Month?
January marks the beginning of 
the New Year with renewed commitments to be healthier and enjoy life more fully. So, it's only logical that January is also a 
month that celebrates a beverage that helps you hold fast to those important resolutions. 

That's right, we're celebrating National Hot Tea Month!

While we're not the only ones that celebrate tea year round, it's still nice to have a whole month devoted to our favorite brews. 
How will you be celebrating this year? Here are some ideas to help you get the most out of National Hot Tea Month.

Steep Yourself in Knowledge with
Tea 101 Classes
School is Back in Session with Tea 101 Classes
School is Back in Session with
Tea 101 Classes


The world of tea is so vast that

there's always something 

new to learn. 


Whether you're a neophyte or

first class connoisseur, there's so 

much to take in about tea's history, chemistry, cultural importance, health benefits and more.


Our Tea 101 classes this month

are a great way to get started!


The cost is $10 and both classes are limited to 25 registrants. Call ahead to schedule!  


Stock Up on Seasonal Teas
Fireside Chat
Don't Get Caught Without Seasonal Favorites like Fireside Chat

As the holiday season winds down, we're getting to retire some of our current seasonal offerings to open the door for new and exciting brews!


Have you stocked up on all of your favorites before they go into hibernation? You might not see them again until next year, so now's your chance! 


Shop Online for Seasonal Teas > 

Tea Could Lessen Risk for Ovarian Cancer

Looking for a good reason to commit to drinking more tea in the New Year? How about this: a new study shows a decreased risk for ovarian cancer in regular tea drinkers!

Healthy Women
   Another Great Reason for
Women to Drink Tea!


The study, conducted at Curtin University in Guanzhou, China, surveyed 1,000 different women (half of whom had a history of ovarian cancer) on their tea drinking habits. The control group, made up of women who had not suffered from ovarian cancer at 

any point in their life, was shown 

to contain women who were more likely (around 80%) to be regular

tea drinkers.  


Read more at our blog >

Thanks for sharing your love of tea.

Let us know if there is something you'd like to see in the newsletters for the upcoming months.

Tim Smith, Chief Leaf
The Tea Smith, L.L.C.


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