We are re-opening our doors!
- June 1, 2020
As we welcome a beautiful new week, here at Holy Cow Home we are delighted to announce that following the Government’s recent guidance, we will be re-opening our doors on the 15th June. We will be upholding a rigorous cleaning routine, and will be offering customers gloves and antibacterial gel upon entering. Come in and browse our beautiful products, sold with thought and love. I will be in the store Tuesday through Saturday, please do come and introduce yourself!
Another exciting venture I would like to announce is our brand new range of Holy Cow Teas! What these strange times have shown all of us is that as a global community, we all need to take some time to reflect on those things that are really important to us. Our thoughts on what is essential have completely changed, as many of us long to be reunited with loved ones and regain those simple pleasures that we once took for granted.
Researchers have discovered that tea has multiple benefits for our mental wellbeing, altering our brain chemistry by reducing cortisol, the stress hormone, as well as raising levels of serotonin and dopamine, the ‘feel-good’ chemicals. The act of drinking tea is found by many to be calming and cathartic, and now the science backs it up! So next time you have a cup of tea, take a moment for some self-reflection about the truly important things in your life.
We will be stocking 13 high quality, bespoke loose leaf blends, hand-crafted with love and the finest quality ingredients. Over the coming months, we will be revamping the shop to create our very own magical tea emporium, so watch this space. Sustainability is at the heart of our store and the products we sell, and we will continue this ethos with our new endeavour. We are in the process of putting the tea onto our website, and will be selling the blends online and in store.
Despite these unprecedented times, there is light, life and love ahead of us, so let’s all raise a cup together to the coming adventure!
“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly: what is essential is invisible to the eye”
―The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry