Ruth Bader Ginseng , RBG PoliTEAcal Tea Cube
Ruth Bader Ginseng , the RBG PoliTEAcal Tea Cube
Gift it to friends or serve it and watch the laughs and conversation heat up! Enjoy this gorgeous Lemon Ginseng Green Tea and channel the RBG trailblazing vibe.
Green Tea*, Lemon Myrtle* and Ginseng*. * organic *
* Certified Organic, KSA Kosher, Non-GMO, Gluten Free, Vegan.
Product Net Weight : .06 Oz (1.6g).
A little game to play: Art Spoilers...References in the art, try to find them before scrolling down.
- There are 14 stars to represent the 14th amendment, the clause of the constitution RBG protected the most.
- The 14th Amendment gives equal protection of the law to all citizens. The stars are red, white and blue because RBG is an American Patriot.
- Some of the stars are Jewish stars, as RBG is very proud of her Jewish heritage.
- The words “tRUTH, JusTeas and the American Way” are a parody of the Superman slogan, as we feel she is a superhero, which is why she has a cape.
- The rainbow represents her standing up for LGBTQ+ rights.
- The scale on her mug represents her love of justice and her career as a lawyer and judge.
- The dumbell is all about her workout routine. She even has an exercise book.
- She fought through tons of discrimination because she was a woman, she believes in equality for women. Which is why she has the woman symbol on her utility belt.
- The Supreme Court building is in the right corner.
- In the left corner are three important books about her life, law, politics and civil rights.
- The teapot has the classic opera horns and braids, as she was a huge fan of the opera.
- The teapot has a state of New York, because she was from Brooklyn, NY.
- Like RBG, the artist, Chari Pere, is a talented Jewish woman from Brooklyn, NY.
- Many superheroes have an object of power. RBG’s was the gavel on her belt. She only used it for good.
In unprecedented times, we need to find our zen and appreciate the little things in life that still make us feel whole and good. Practice "Hygge".... it's not too difficult but when the Danes are constantly placing in the top five of the World Happiness Report, they may just know something we don't.
“It’s half past three, everything must stop for tea”, there isn’t anything more British than their love for tea and the customs that follow it. There really isn’t a problem or an emotional issue that can’t be resolved with a spot of tea. Their quaint tea drinking traditions are a core part of Britishness and has its roots in time honored customs steeped in history.
Tea and Brits are a just like peaches and cream – a good fit, made perfect. There are quite a few English tea traditions, but we want to share a few quirky and interesting ones.