Blue Mooning Over Blue Q Tea

Remember the song “Blue Moon”? The song was about a lonely guy wanting his love to appear, then she appears, then his is happy. Well, that’s why tea lovers can go blue mooning over Blue Q tea. Flavors to yearn for, now they’re here!

Blue Q Easy Pleasy Earl Grey Tea (Photo source: The English Tea Store)
Blue Q Easy Pleasy Earl Grey Tea (Photo source: The English Tea Store)

Originally concocted by company co-owners and brothers Mitch and Seth Nash as the name for what they had planned to be a lighting company in 1988, Blue Q is a testimony to the saying “The best laid plans of mice and men…” Tea is another item in their growing line-up of unexpected products.

Mitch Nash seems to lean toward the creative and so became the Art Director for Blue Q, located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. He assures that their tea packages stand out in a crowd, with fun and rather quirky images. And those images fit the quirky names and the quirky flavored teas and herbals inside, perfect for those who want a taste apart from the usual. All of their teas are bagged in a biodegradable material. Steep. Sip. Toss in the compost. Repeat often!

Blue Q Today's Special Earl Grey with Jasmine Tea (Photo source: The English Tea Store)
Blue Q Today’s Special Earl Grey with Jasmine Tea (Photo source: The English Tea Store)

Their teas:

Their herbals:

  • Blue Q Tea Merci Chamomile — A soothing Egyptian chamomile infusion, blended with orange peel, rosehips, lemon grass, hibiscus, peppermint, and flavoring.
  • Blue Q Tea Merci Lemon Ginger — A sweet, red South African Rooibos infusion with a kick of lemony tasting lemongrass, plus ginger, cinnamon, and flavorings.
  • Blue Q Easy Pleasy Red Rooibos— A lovely red Rooibos infusion with delicious rosehips, tangy hibiscus, elderberry, and flavorings.

Each is available in an artistically decorated box containing 16 individually wrapped tea bags. Their ingredients meet the highest quality standards. Also, there’s never a better time to buy. They’re on sale!

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