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Special Edition Christmas Earl Grey

Organic Earl Grey Tea & extra benefits from cinnamon Antioxidants from the tea leaves can help protect the body from disease and are also found in fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices. Add an organic cinnamon stick to this organic Earl Grey Tea to get extra antioxidants from cinnamon which have been found to have anti-inflammatory effects. Share this true classic tea with friends and family during December. We have made this special edition for Christmas with silver label in our stackable tea caddy. Brewing this tea in a teapot just with one pyramid bag to leave in the teapot and perfect to share. If you brew it in a cup - leave the pyramid bag for 4 minutes, gently squeeze...

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Earl Grey

When it’s getting dark outside or you need extra energy try this organic Earl Grey black tea with a little green tea and intense notes of fresh, nourishing bergamot oil to drink in the morning or afternoon with or without milk.

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English Breakfast

Wake up to a beautiful day with our organic English Breakfast Tea. A true classic and a perfect morning brew to get additional energy. Explore this full-bodied pure black tea to drink in the morning or afternoon with or without milk.

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Herbal Blend Ice Tea

This herbal blend is naturally sweet with a little zing from ginger, mint and licorice root.  A pure herbal blend crafted with the aim of refreshing your body and mind.

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Antioxidant-rich green tea

Discover this beautiful blend with the antioxidant-rich green tea infused with zesty quince and soothing ginger. To drink during the day and on days when the immune system needs an extra boost. Drink it hot or cold. Yun Bai, a professor at the department of medical genetics has a scientific study that the antioxidant EGCG found in green tea can directly increase the production of neutral stem cells. This study among many others reveal the huge potential of green tea when it comes to degenerative illnesses and memory loss. *Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, 2012; 56 (8). Try to look into some of the studies and read what scientists write about the original tea plant Camellia Sinenses. Some studies saying...

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