Rebecca's News December 2015



With Holidays approaching we’ve been busily stocking up and are feeling abundant with gift bags & boxes, luscious body care products, herbal handmade gift making supplies and nourishing goodies of all kinds. Many of you have seen the transition to our new labels and branding. Want to help us speed that process along, get a bit of history and a good deal? If so, then come on in on Small Business Saturday, November 28th, and receive 10% off any Rebecca’s Bath and Body product with an old (green) label. Sweet!

Tea Sample Gift BoxLavender Gift BagRose Gift Box

Tis the season, holiday gift bags and boxes have been lovingly assembled and are ready to bring smiles. Our traditional Gift Bags include Frankincense and Myrrh, Mini Facial Delights, Lavender and Rose Spa, or custom make your own. We are also very excited to introduce four new gift boxes; Rose Lover’s, Lavender Lover’s, Divine Luxury and a delightful Tea Sampler. We had a ton of fun creating these new offerings, we hope you enjoy them too.


A fabulous gift for the crafty individual in your life, our lip balm making kits now comes in two delicious new flavors; Bergamot Lavender and Orange Peppermint. These kits include all of the ingredients and a recipe to create 20 delicious and soothing lip balms. Fun for one person or the whole family, give the gift of homemade, organic lip balms this year!

Spiced Mulled Wine


3  Tablespoons Mulling Spice Mix 
2  Tablespoons Maple Syrup
2  Tablespoons Honey 
½  Vanilla bean (optional) 
1  (750 ml) bottle of full fruited red wine (Malbec, Merlot, Tempranillo, Red Blends, etc.)
 
A special Rebecca’s seasonal offering, the taste and aroma of this rich blend of roots and spices is sure to welcome the festive spirit of the holidays to any home. Add Mulling Spice Mix, Vanilla bean and wine to a saucepan on the stove. Heat ingredients on lowest setting for 10-20 minutes. Watch the mixture carefully, never allow mixture to come to a simmer. The ideal temperature for infusing wine is 160 degrees Fahrenheit (alcohol begins to evaporate at 167 degrees Fahrenheit).  Take the mixture off the heat and strain through a fine mesh kitchen strainer. Stir in honey and maple syrup. Pour Mulled Wine into glass or mug and garnish with an orange slice or cinnamon stick.