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February is Dessert Tea Month and we're celebrating with discounts on tea in our "sweet" category. No coupon needed. Treat yourself!
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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A strawberry earl grey representing gratitude, appreciation, & kindness. $7/oz.
Relax with friends & hot scones and this lovely weekend tea. Lightly caffeinated. $7/oz.
Spice up your favorite beverage for a festive, fun refreshment. $4/oz, on sale for $3.
Feel cared for and looked after with this healing blend of herbs. A simple, yet complex, tea. $7/oz.
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