DISHing it up in Denver!

With the beats a bumpin’ and the beer a bubblin’ Denver DISH did not disappoint! The array of vendors could satisfy the pickiest of palates. The Tea Spot booth was a refuge for those seeking a little hydration on the warm September afternoon. We sampled two of our most refreshing iced teas, Boulder Blues and Big Chill.

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If you have never sipped on these thirst-quenching teas, we recommend it! The Boulder Blues is a green tea, harmoniously blended with wild strawberry and rhubarb, the perfect combination for taking the subtle edge off the green tea. Oh… and did I mention the beautiful golden hue that this tea steeps into? When poured into a clear glass this cup of ice tea will throw an eye-catching glow upon any afternoon picnic table. As for you herbal tea lovers out there our 100% Organic Big Chill will rock your taste buds and soothe your mind. The tart hibiscus is pleasantly paired with soothing peppermint and naturally sweetened with licorice root. Neither of these teas contains any artificial sweeteners so any sweetness you taste is coming straight from the wholesome blends.

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Denver DISH was also the perfect place to introduce our new arrival, The Urban Tea Tumbler. This glass hot & cold brewing bottle is stunning with its brushed stainless steel caps and natural cork sleeve. It’s bound to catch the eye of any passer-by. We are happy to say that those who visited our booth shared our enthusiasm for the new tumbler as well.

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We want to thank the lovely coordinators who helped us before and during the event, your friendly assistance made the event seamless. Thank you to all the volunteers that worked during the morning carrying boxes to our booths- what an amazing surprise to have all that help. And last, but not least, thank you to our friendly vendor neighbors and all who came out to Denver DISH and visited our booth- we truly had a blast!

Till next year, cheers and happy sipping!

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