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Matcha Mini Packet (Premium Green Tea Powder) – 1/2 oz

All organic, premium green tea powder. $6 / .5oz,

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Abundance Blend Green Tea (Passionfruit / Elderflower)

A simple but thoughtfully chosen combination of fruit + flowers. $7/oz.

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Sugar Plum (Plum / Strawberry / Cardamom)

Sip for inspiration and great ideas. $7/oz

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Just Elderflower Herbal Tea

Floral and fragrant – a curious and calming presence. $4/oz

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Currant Conversation Oolong Tea (Vanilla / Black Currant)

A woodsy oolong meets tart fruit for elegance in a cup. Sip and be inspired. $7/oz.

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Hope Blend Green Tea (Jasmine)

Soft, sweet, and encouraging. $7/oz

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Easy to Be Green Tea (Blueberry / Hibiscus)

Take it easy with a cup of easy to be green tea. $7/oz.

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Easy Like Sunday Morning Herbal Tea (Chocolate / Lavender)

Everything feels easier after a calm cup of this blend.

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