Having survived heavy snow, 60mph wind gusts, & sub-zero temps just a day earlier, didn’t seem like super timing for a company tour of Celestial Seasonings — but this is Colorado!  Just hang in there!

Woke to bright sunshine (& below zero temps) – perfect day for the Boulder Tea Tour.

Take the FREE Celestial Seasonings Tour!

 

Don’t miss your chance to see the world’s most advanced tea production plant. We offer FREE tours every day (except major holidays) so you can see first–hand how the finest all–natural ingredients from around the world become your favorite Celestial Seasonings teas.

Favourite moments:

  • Hair Net (& later being asked to wear a Beard Net)
  • the Mint Room – while most folks eyes were burning, think I could spend all day in Mint 🙂
  • Celestial Café – I like to eat, lunch was tasty, ‘nuf said

 

What did I retain?

  • Most of Celestial’s teas are not teas at all – but rather, herbal blends of spices, plants & berries
  • Conceptually I think I understand the decaffeination process – but don’t quiz me 🙂
  • Hawthorn is some scentless berry, full of antioxidants. World’s biggest producer of Hawthorn berries is Chile. [Beginning of the tour, just after receiving my beard net – clearly I was wide awake, all synapses firing…LOL>]

 

If in Boulder, take the tour.  As ya’ll know, FREE is for me!

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5 Responses to Celestial Seasonings Tea Tour

  • Donna says:

    Hey Keenan, I thought I was going to see a picture of you with not only the hair net but the beard net also! So where was it??????? Not fair!!! I love LOVE mint.

    HAPPY HOLIDAYS to you.

    It is -8* here right now. I am in hopes to get to Littleton tomorrow for band practice, but also heard it is suppose to storm, so I’ll wait and see what the morning looks like. We play on Thursday in N. Haverhill.

    Have a good day tomorrow….AT WORK

    Love, Donna

    • HAHAHAHAHA! Our sub-zero weather finally passed Sunday & yesterday it hit 50 degrees. Crazy! Enjoy band practice. Doesn’t seem that long ago when I was watching Trudy & the Pioneers practice at your home in Northern NH. Times flies so fast. Miss you! Much love!

  • Sarah says:

    Hey— where’s the photo of the beard net?!

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