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Spring has sprung, and so have new tea flavors!
Which ones will you try first - sweet rose? toasted nut brulee? blackberry mojito? coconut ginger? See them all in the shop.
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In case you could use some recommendations…
From field to forest, a tea inspired by nature. $7/oz.
Relax with friends & hot scones and this lovely weekend tea. Lightly caffeinated. $7/oz.
A simple but thoughtfully chosen combination of fruit + flowers. $7/oz.
All organic, premium green tea powder. $6 / .5oz, on sale for 17% off all month long.
Sit in the stillness and feel refreshed. $7/oz, only $5 in March as our featured tea
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