ABOUT THE PRODUCT: Our Best-Seller Tea Gift Sampler Box -- The perfect introduction to our most popular Tea Drops. Our medium sampler set comes in a keepsake wooden box and includes 2 drops each of: Citrus Ginger, Matcha, Sweet Peppermint, and Rose Earl Grey. Eight servings of delicious pressed-leaf, uber-convenient tea
Sweet Peppermint (Caffeine-Free) - 2 Tea Drops Nutrition Facts & Benefits
Citrus Ginger (Caffeine-Free) - 2 Tea Drops Nutrition Facts & Benefits
Matcha (Caffeinated) - 2 Tea Drops Nutrition Facts & Benefits
Rose Earl Grey (Caffeinated) - 2 Tea Drops Nutrition Facts & Benefits
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ABOUT THE FOUNDER:
Founded in 2015, Tea Drops is a woman and minority owned, innovative tea company with a mission to inspire human connection through tea. Tea Drops makes organic, dissolvable teas - ethically sourcing all of their organic teas, shedding about 30% less waste than traditional tea bag packaging. Tea Drops has become a favorite among new and experienced tea drinkers alike, launching innovative tea experiences that merge flavorful blends, unique product formats, and convenience.
What is something you found MAIA to be useful for? Why do you think it’s important a platform like this exists?
MAIA provides a way to restore balance -- enabling all of us to be conscious about the products and services we buy, intentionally supporting women owned and operated businesses. Supporting woman founded/owned is the only way we can equal the playing field -- and provide more access to capital/resources to woman
What did you want to do/be when you were a child? Did anything changed since then? Why? Why not?
I love creating things - whether it was sculptures with play-doh, woodwork, paintings with crayons, or recipes (I was obsessed with making rice krispie treats + chocolate chip cookies), crushing flowers to make perfume
I still am a creator and Tea Drops is my most recent expression.
What are your favorite business tools?
VIA character test (https://www.viacharacter.org/www/) - free and fun to find your top strengths.
What is a good article or book you have read recently? Why did you like it?
Manage your Energy, Not Your Time: https://hbr.org/2007/10/manage-your-energy-not-your-time
Why I like it: “The core problem with working longer hours is that time is a finite resource. Energy is a different story.” - When you can manage your energy better, you can manage your time better.