March 13, 2016

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Introducing Spicy Good Mood Tea

Looking for a tea with some zip that will lift you up? Then look no further than Spicy Good Mood Tea.

Spicy Good Mood Tea

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December 27, 2015

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Elite Teas for Your New Year's Celebration

Adam's Peak Rare White
Adam's Peak is the Dom Perignon of tea.  If you want to start your new year drinking the world's most spectacular tea, this is it.

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November 11, 2015

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Our most popular teas to share with friends!

Buckingham Palace from Culinary teas

We noticed that  Buckingham Palace Tea is  the most popular tea when someone would like to share their love for teas with friends.

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November 05, 2015

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Hidden Thanksgiving Jewels

Peppermint Organic Tea: aids digestion, cools you in hot weather, and warms you up in the cold months. Peppermint is a primary ingredient in remedies used in the relief of gastrointestinal disorders, headaches, and local aches and pains. 

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October 26, 2015

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Good Mood Tea - Nice way to start your day !

Our customers say:
"Oh this is a marvelous tea! I’m not much for either Calendula or black tea but in this combination it is fabulous. Both flavors are perfectly balanced. The Calendula is so subtle that you have to focus on it to notice it when sipping it, but it is there. The blend is so light. It makes you happy and starts the day with a new twist! Even the aroma is calming.

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October 15, 2015

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Fall Tea Jewels Lost in Halloween's Shadow

Pumpkin Spice Tea

The  blend of high quality black tea and South African Rooibos perfectly balances out thfall teas from culinary tease palate of flavors in this tea . The herbal character of the Rooibos tends a mellowness that doesn't overpower the subtle tones of our Pumpkin spices. The astringency of the black tea helps open the spicy tones of cinnamon, vanilla, apple pieces and dried oranges.

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October 07, 2015

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Nilgiri Nonsuch: One of Our Nicest Black Teas

Nilgiri hills is the third largest tea growing area in India.    The tea jas beem growing there since 19th century and is well-known as slightly fruity and spicy. Nilgiri Hills are also called "Blue Hills", climate is tropical and the tea is harvested all year round. All the teas are consumed on the domestic market and processed by CTC  (Cut, Tear , Curl) method.Our Nilgiri Nonsuch tea is a semi-whole leaf (BOP) and light liquoring tea with a flowery taste.

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