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Cool Off, Chill Out With Organo Black Ice Tea

Chill Out, Cool Off and Get Fired Up with ORGANO™ Black Ice Tea!

organo black ice tea

 

Summer is in full swing, the temperatures are rising and The Heat is On!  And, there is no better way to cool your body and refresh your soul than with a nice tall glass of ORGANO™ Black Ice Tea. Our beloved and ancient friend – Tea – not only has it has traveled the world conquering the thirst of virtually every country on the planet, but it has also become synonymous with Summer, leisure and easy living. Today the spotlight is on Black – ORGANO™ Black Ice Tea. So, let’s explore it further!

ORGANO™ Black Ice – It’s Super Hot and Naturally Cool

ORGANO™ Black Ice Tea is made with pure, natural honey, features the benefits of OG certified Ganoderma lucidum and Amazonian Guarana (a climbing plant in the maple family, native to the Amazon basin, which produces a fruit like seed approximately the same size as a coffee bean). The natural energy boost derived from the Guarana and honey, make it the perfect beverage all year long – but especially when trying to escape the heat of summer.

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OG Black Ice Tea is Peachy Keen Blended

Everything is nice with OG Black Ice, and everything that is mixed, blended or stirred in it – can make it even nicer! For a peachy keen pitcher of OG Black Ice to please your crowd – you will need; 4 Sachets of OG Black Ice Tea (brewed), 3 fresh peaches (peeled, pitted and sliced), and 1¼ cup water. Once your OG Black Ice is brewed – set it aside. Next, place your peeled, pitted and sliced peaches into the blender with your 1¼ cup water and blend until completely smooth. Finally, Pour the peach mixture and brewed OG Black Ice Tea together into a 1 gallon pitcher, stir until blended, add ice cubes and enjoy!    

OG Black Ice Is Nice on Ice

It’s no secret that ice and tea go hand in hand (or cup), but let’s not dilute the facts, because we all know that using the standard issue ice cube made from water will eventually make your OG Black Ice a watery shadow of its former glory. Looking for a quick and simple way to enjoy the first and last sip of your favorite OG BrewKup or Sachet – be it coffee or tea? It’s easy, simply fill your ice-cube tray with your designated OG Gourmet Blend, freeze, then use the cubes to chill out and cool your brew after it has a meltdown.

OG Black Ice is Berry Nice Too

OG Black Ice and blue, black or strawberries are the perfect mix of flavors to welcome in the fun and sun that only summer can provide! To get started you will need to brew (2) sachets of OG Black Ice (chilled), 1/2 cup of diced blue, black or strawberries, and 1/4 cup of freshly squeezed lemon juice. Fill ice-cube tray mold 1/2 way full with your OG Black Ice. Gently place berries in each cube mold, and then drizzle the lemon juice in each cube over the berries. Fill the remaining space of the mold with your chilled OG Black Ice Tea. Place ice-cube tray into the freezer until completely frozen. Once frozen, serve up in a cup with OG Black Ice for a premium (and very cool) iced tea experience.

Haven’t had your daily dose of OG today? Don’t sweat it – you can Taste The Gold today, and every day with ORGANO™ and its vast array of gourmet beverages. Tea time is not only a time honored tradition across the globe, but an important aspect in creating a daily ritual of calm and relaxation. And, OG’s  Gourmet Tea Blends were designed to do just that. Each in their very own special way, and in many different flavors, what could be more welcome than that! Whether it’s a short break and a quick cup at work, or a long tall glass of over ice while at play – serve it up the OG way with a nice cool blast of Black – ORGANO™ Black Ice Tea on ice that is!

So chill out, cool off and get fired up with Organo Black Ice Tea!

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Have a great summer!  Cheers!

Alexandra McAllister

http://wow101.myorganogold.com/

 

*Post shared from: http://blog.organogold.com/

 

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organo spring forward

 

Some things just seem to signal the change from Winter to Spring – turning the clocks ahead an hour and the onset of daylight savings time is the first step to “Spring Forward, Fall Back” and the promise of sunnier days ahead. While spring doesn’t officially begin until March 20th this year, the first hint of spring has arrived – it’s Daylight Savings Time! Join the ORGANO™ Global Family as we further explore the practice of “saving daylight” and “gaining an hour” at the end of the day – for the 78 countries that set their clocks ahead one hour for daylight saving time.

The Earth’s Movement & Old School Timekeepers: If you happened to notice that it’s staying a little lighter later – you are correct – thanks to the normal course of the Earth’s movements in relation to the sun. However, daylight saving time turbo-charges this process. Every year daylight saving time (DST) begins on the second Sunday of March, when our clocks will jump forward 1 hour at 2 a.m., and ends on first Sunday of November. These days, most smartphones, computers, tablets and other digital devices we use as timekeepers will automatically make the time correction for us.  However, be sure to double check the “old school” timekeepers on your oven or microwave, in your car (even your watch), as they most likely will need to be changed manually.

To Spring Forward – or – To Not Spring Forward: While many countries welcome the tradition of “springing” forward, not everyone participates in these temporal engineering practices. A handful of U.S. states and territories (including most of Arizona, Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands) stick strictly to “standard” time.  And, the last state to join in on DST – just over a decade ago – was Indiana. Although 78 countries currently observe DST (including many European nations), it is not in use in the industrialized nations of Russia, China, India and Japan. Take note: In Europe, daylight saving time does not begin until the last Sunday in March (the 27th this year).

Extended Sunny Evenings & The Semi-Annual Debate: Along with the extended sunshine in the evening – comes the semi-annual debate over whether the almost 100-year-old practice is antiquated. Daylight savings started initially in 1918 after “war time” as a way to conserve fuel, by providing an extra hour of daylight in the evening, and a way to signal the approach of spring and summer. So what’s the problem?  Well, some people don’t welcome the lost hour of sleep, or the dark mornings for early-bird commuters. For those opposed to DST – you can start counting down the days until we (in the U.S.) turn our clocks back an hour and “Fall Back” back to standard time on the first Sunday in November.

Celebrate with OG & Enjoy The Extra Hour of Sunlight:  There is no better way to celebrate an extra hour of daylight – than enjoying an extra cup of your favorite ORGANO™ gourmet coffee blends. You can’t go wrong with either one of ORGANO™’s newest blends – with or without caffeine:

* ORGANO™ Colombian Roast (Authentic Gourmet Coffee Blend); An impressive and original blend made from the finest Colombian coffee beans. When the Universe desired a real cup of coffee, it made Colombian.

 

 

* ORGANO™ Te Amô Decaf Gourmet Blend (The Finest Decaf in Single-Cup Servings); OG understands the genuine lifetime love affair for the greatest drink on earth – coffee, and the option to have if caffeine free has arrived – Te Amô DeCaf Gourmet Blend!

 

At the end of the day (literally), no daylight is actually being “saved” technically speaking – we are just moving an hour of daylight to later on in the day. And, while we still have a few weeks to go until it’s officially spring, celebrating daylight saving time is the first step to “Spring Forward” on to sunnier days ahead with ORGANO™ – Taste The Gold today!

Have a happy day!

Alexandra McAllister

http://wow101.myorganogold.com

Sources:

http://patch.com/maryland/annapolis/daylight-saving-time-2016-when-clocks-spring-ahead-0

http://blog.organogold.com/og-treasures/

 

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