Candy Cane LaneI am a tea lover so when I got a free sample of the holiday favorite Candy Cane Lane Tea courtesy of Influenster I was pretty excited to try it out!  The tea is made by the Celestial Seasonings brand which is well known for it intense flavors and wonderful tasting teas.

The sample pack came with two tea bags but only one tea bag is needed per cup brewed.  Once I made the tea with hot water, I tried the tea without sugar.  It has a sweet taste with a hint of mint that gets stronger as you drink it.  I also noticed hints of vanilla and cinnamon which was an interesting twist.  Also notable is that this is a green tea and is decaf as well.

Overall I think this tea is a very nice change of pace for the average tea drinker. The flavor is nice, subtle and sweet.  Pleasant enough to drink solo or with a special someone on a cold winter’s day.

** I received this product for free to test and review

#CelestialTea  #Influenster

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We always buy our candy and take it into the movies with us (we buy our popcorn and sodas at the movies).  At this point, my kiddos know to save the candy wrappers so I can see if there are any codes in them before we throw them away.  Right now there are several candy brands that have promo codes inside their wrappers that you can use to enter and win prizes from them. 

This is the second time I have gotten a promo code inside a Peanut Butter M & M’s wrapper and won!  Both times I have received $3 in E-Movie Cash which can be used at participating movie theatres towards either a ticket or concessions.  Not a bad deal for buying a package of candy that I paid 25 cents for! 

If you are into this sort of thing, be sure to stay on the lookout for the specially marked M & M packages 😀

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