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Mellow Green Rooibos

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Close your eyes and let this green roobios based tea drift you away to your own private island. With gently infused flavors of mangos, apricots and exotic passionfruit your tropical get away is only a sip away.

All these flavors without any of the caffeine mean that you can try out this brew anytime you feel like you need a little getaway.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Green rooibos mixed with natural mango, passion fruit and apricot flavors with mango pieces, orange peels, and marigold flavors.

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.

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

Mixed Apple Berries

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Caffeine-free, naturally sweet, and slightly tart this tea will remind you of a warm apple pie topped with rip beautiful berries. Berry blues is a sweet blend of blueberries, apple and hibiscus flowers that goes great with everything.

Best if steeped for 6-10 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Hibiscus flowers mixed with rose hips, apple pieces, blueberries and infused with natural blueberry flavors.

Raspberry Kiss

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100% caffeine free option for those people who just can’t get enough of raspberries but don’t want to worry about being kept up all night. A nice sweet tea, without any sugar added, provides a great option for a late night warm cup of tea or a refreshing iced tea for a hot summer day. In this mix are hibiscus flowers, apples, cranberries, and of course little pieces of raspberries.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Hibiscus flowers with apple pieces, apple pieces, raspberries and natural raspberry flavors.

Ripe Strawberry

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Fresh strawberries, apple pieces, and hibiscus flowers all work in perfect harmony to create a taste sensation that will knock your socks off. Add in a couple rose hips and you will get a unique taste sensation from the moment you smell the tea brewing to the last drop in your cup. A caffeine free and sweet tea it is great for enjoying at any time during the day,  as well as a great partner if you decide to blend some teas together.

Best if steeped for 3 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Hibiscus flowers with rose hips, apple pieces, strawberries, strawberry leaves and natural strawberry flavors.

Sweet Cherry

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If you are looking for a sweet tea, that doesn’t actually have any sugar added, then this is the tea for you. With the natural sugars contained in the orange peels, rosehips, cherries, apples, and hibiscus pieces you will be glad you tried it out. This drink also has no caffeine so it is a great choice anytime you feel like it. With all the fruit flavors this tea is great served hot, but might be even better chilled.

Best if steeped for 5 – 10 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Hibiscus flowers with rose hips, apple pieces, dried cherries and natural cherry flavors.

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