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Big Easy: Sip the spirit of New Orleans with our limited edition Mardi Gras black tea blend. This cinnamon and pecan tea has bright color and bold flavor and reminds us of our favorite pecan pralines.
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Ringing in 2020 - Year of the Rat. Available during January and February.
A woodsy oolong meets tart fruit for elegance in a cup. Sip and be inspired. $7/oz.
Add some zing to holiday tea time. $7/oz, on sale for $6.
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