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Keep the joy hopping with our limited edition Easter collection, featuring bunny-themed teatime accessories, a floral mug, and an exclusive tea blend.
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Brunch in Paris Black Tea Blend (Chocolate / Orange)

Transport yourself to a dreamy vacation in one sip. $7

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cuddletime organic chamomile vanilla peppermint tea

Cuddletime Herbal Tea (Chamomile / Mint)

End your day in a delightful way and enjoy a great night's sleep with our signature sleepy tea blend. $7/oz.

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Vanilla Sugar Cookie Herbal Dessert Tea

Lightly sweet & spiced, full of love. $7/oz.

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Coconut A La Creme Black Tea

Whip up a delicious creamy cuppa. $7/oz, only $5/oz in April.

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Sale! hazelnut orange tea

Oregon Breakfast Decaf Tea

Savor a sip of Oregon in the morning (or anytime!). Celebrate today with rich hazelnut essence with a hint of bright orange. $7/oz, only $5/oz in April.

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Refreshing “After Dinner” Mint Tea (Peppermint / Spearmint)

Our herbal mint tea blend - for any time you need a refresh or reset. $7/oz.

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Mindful Morning Tea Blend (Earl Grey)

Get your day (or tea moment) started in a wonderful way. Earl Grey with a Plum Deluxe twist. $7/oz.

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Butterfly Pea Flowers

Transform tea & lemonade to a magical blue hue. $5 per 1/2 oz flowers.

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