There’s nothing like a warm cup of tea to help deal with holiday stressors. Lipton RealiTEAS, a line of free, limited-edition wellness teas that offer holiday-inspired benefits for the season’s stressors, flew off the digital shelves in less than 24 hours last year. This Mon., Nov. 16, Lipton RealiTEAS are coming back for the second year with themes relevant to the realities of 2020 that we have all endured.

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Available for free exclusively at Lipton.com/RealiTEAS, the brand is introducing two new themes, 24/7 Sweatpants Season and All I Want For Christmas Is A Better 2021, and bringing back two favorites – Silent Night, Sleepless Night and Whole Lotta Holiday Cookies.

  • 24/7 Sweatpants Season: Feel stress-free in comfy clothing made for relaxation with this caffeine-free herbal supplement, containing cinnamon, chamomile, and lavender (originally Stress Therapy).
  • All I Want For Christmas Is A Better 2021: Cleanse your mind and body of 2020 with this herbal infusion containing rich matcha, cooling mint, invigorating mate, plus probiotics to make you feel revitalized (originally Probiotics Cleanse).
  • Silent Night, Sleepless Night: Embrace your sweetest dreams (despite your endless to-do list) with this herbal supplement, containing chamomile, mint and orange peel (originally Bedtime Bliss).
  • Whole Lotta Holiday Cookies: Sip & soothe your tummy after indulging in holiday treats with our caffeine-free herbal supplement, containing ginger, peppermint and fennel (originally Soothe Your Tummy).

To keep up with demand, Lipton will be doing several drops of this exclusive collection of wellness teas throughout the holiday season. Not only do RealiTEAS make for a lighthearted gift or stocking stuffer, the teas are also the perfect remedy against holiday stressors because we’ve been through enough this year.

—Jennifer Swartvagher

Featured photo: Lipton

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