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Peppermint Party

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A nice refreshing tea at anytime during the day, this tea is filled with the minty taste that only peppermint can offer. Great on its own or blended with another tea to freshen up any combination, this tea is really one of the most versatile options around.

This tisane has a nice light flavor and light aroma that is unmatched by any other herbs.  100% caffeine free you can have this tea whenever you would like without worrying about being up all night.

Best if steeped for 6-10 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Peppermint

Pomegranate Surprise

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This wonderful mixture combines the tastiness of pomegranate with the tanginess of ginger and cinnamon.  With a hibiscus base this slightly sweet tea makes a great warm or iced tea. Deep in flavor and color this tea is sure to be a hit with everyone.

Best if steeped for 3 minutes at 180°

Ingredients: Green tea infused with natural pomegranate flavors, and mixed with raspberries and raspberry leaves.

Fruit Cup

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This tisane mix is an entirely caffeine free mix with a full fruit flavor. With the citrusy flavors provided by the lemongrass mixing with the hibiscus, and apples you will quickly find that this might be one of your new favorites. Along with those fruits a subtle hint of strawberries and rose hips round out this tea to give an amazing tea drink from the first sip all the way to the bottom of the cup.

Best if steeped for 6-10 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Hibiscus flowers mixed with marigol flowers, lemon grass, natural cherry flavors, apple pieces, dried orange peels, strawberries, rose hips and natural

Honeybush

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If you have not heard of honeybush then you do not know what you have been missing out on. Honeybush is the cousin of the rooibos plant and is similar in some aspects as it does not have any caffeine in it, and is missing the dark tannins that most people usually think of when they envision tea. Some find honeybush sweeter than rooibos but it really seems to depend on the person drinking the tea.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Honeybush.

Spearmint

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A caffeine free and more subtle taste of mint makes spearmint a favorite amongst those looking for a relaxing herbal tea. Where peppermint has a bit more of a bite, thus the pepper in the name, the spearmint flavor is a bit more grounded. A more herbal and earthy flavor is what spearmint offers and is more rounded of a taste than peppermint. Great on its own with its clean flavor really being shown off, or used in a blend with another tea this herb really lends itself to almost any situation.

Best if steeped for 6-10 minutes at 212°

Blood Orange

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A popular herbal tea that is vibrant in color and sweet and zesty in flavor. It is a perfect blend of rose hips and hibiscus petals with blood orange peels. It is naturally sweet and caffeine-free. A deep strong brew will release the juicy flavor of the famous blood oranges tangy and sweet nature.

Best if steeped for 6-10 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Hibiscus flowers with dried orange peels, rose hips and infused with natural orange flavors.

Caffeine Free Tropical Blend

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A mouthful of this tea is a one way ticket to a tropical beach. With notes of light citrus flavors, coconuts, and pineapples you will find all your worries melting away with these beautiful pairing of fruits and black tea.

Best if steeped for 3 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Decaf black tea with pieces of pineapple, coconut, and natural coconut and pineapple flavors

Fire Cracker

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A sizzling blend of cinnamon, clove, orange peels, and peppercorns ignites the flavor of this tea. Coupled with the warm flavors of cocoa nibs, honeybush, and hazelnuts this tea has an amazing balance of sweet and spicy that will leave your taste buds happy that you took the plunge.

Green Rooibos

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Green rooibos comes from the same plant as the typical red rooibos does, but it is all in the processing that makes the difference between the two different teas. With the green rooibos the processing does not include the same bruising or oxidization of the leaves which result in the green appearance. Because of the difference in preparation the resulting tea cup is a lot different from the traditional rooibos.

The green rooibos cup of tea resembles a green cup of tea as it is lighter than its more processed tea brother. The first thing you will notice in the green rooibos tea cup is that its appearance is a lot lighter, which matches its fruity light flavor as well. The tea also has a sweeter taste than the red rooibos and a bit earthier of a taste. A great new experience if you are really looking to try out a new tea.

Best if steeped at 180 ° for 3 minutes.

Ingredients: Green rooibos.

Perfect Pina Colada

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If you are dreaming of a fruity cocktail but stuck inside or at work, then look no further as this pina colada drink will set your mind off to paradise with just one sip. All the flavor of the famous cocktail it is named after and an option to serve both the young and old. Caffeine free with very sweet flavors of ripe coconut, hibiscus and pineapple will have you dreaming of tropical islands with fresh fruit all around you.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Hibiscus pieces with coconut, apple, pineapple, and rose hips

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