Black Nurse Launches Line of Natural Tea Blends, Handcrafted With Wellness in Mind


Miracle J. Reese is the founder of TasTea Wellness Blends. (Courtesy of Blacknews.com)

By Blacknews.com 

Miracle J. Reese is the founder of one of very few Black-owned tea companies based in Birmingham, Ala. Her company, TasTea Wellness Blends (pronounced “taste tea”), is a premium loose-leaf tea company. Made of natural herbs and fruits, her blends are handcrafted with wellness in mind.

TasTea’s four flavor blends each have unique recipes to create a positive tea experience. Customers get to choose their mood while enjoying drinkable wellness. Miracle says her goal is to bring enjoyable solutions to health that are delicious. Her wellness teas deliver a clean and travel-friendly tea experience nationally with great tea benefits including skin rejuvenation, immunity boost and health.

Miracle is originally from Tuscaloosa, Ala., but now resides in Birmingham after her return following her travel nursing career. She is also the founder of the PUSH Initiative, a collection of women’s wellness initiatives that help progress understanding physical and mental solutions of self-health. 

As she strives to always inspire, Miracle’s goal is to influence more Black people to become enthused about how great tea is. Her tea tastings focus on inner and outer beauty while uplifting people.

Miracle’s honors include her recent nomination as the National Black Nurses Association’s 40 under 40, recipient of the 2019 Alabama State Nurses Association District 3’s Citation For Nursing Excellence, Veteran Affairs Five Star Award Recipient, selected as a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society. Miracle engages with the community through P.U.S.H.’s campaign for Meatless Mondays, a day in focus of whole foods minus meat and Tea & Talk, a health disparity round table over TasTea teas.

For more details about TasTea Wellness Blends visit www.TasTeaDrinkWell.com or follow TasTea Wellness Blends on Facebook and Instagram.

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