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Stash Premium Organic Tea Sampler Variety Pack of

Brand:Stash Average Rating 2 reviews Breakfast Blend, Cascade Mint, Chai, Chamomile, Earl Grey, Honeybush, Lemon Ginger, Premium Green. 100% Natural....

 
Brand: Stash
Average Rating
2 reviews

Breakfast Blend, Cascade Mint, Chai, Chamomile, Earl Grey, Honeybush, Lemon Ginger, Premium Green. 100% Natural. USDA organic. Certified organic by QAI. Organic farming maintains ecological harmony, leaving a legacy of clean foods and healthy soil. It embraces the use of natural fertilizers, crop rotation and other safe and natural methods. Stash Premium Organic Teas were created to meet the growing demand for organic products. We searched for many years for premium quality organic teas and herbs that would meet our exacting flavor standards. We’ve chosen popular tea flavors or consumers who want an organic choice. We’re sure you’ll agree that these teas are wonderfully flavorful. We invite you to join us in a soothing cup. Since 1972, Stash has been committed to providing premium quality teas and an unsurpassed tea drinking experience. Stash begins with simply excellent tea leaves from the world’s premier tea gardens and all natural botanical ingredients gathered from around the world. Meticulous blending and tasting of every tea ensures you will enjoy full flavor in every cup. more info

Stash Premium Herbal Tea Sampler Variety Pack of

 
Brand: Stash
Average Rating
5 reviews

Stash Herbal Tea Sampler consists of a couple of tea bags each of Chamomile, Licorice Spice, Lemon Ginger, Apple Cinnamon, Mango Passionfruit, Peppermint, Orange Starfruit Chamomile, Wild Raspberry, and Blueberry.

Ever since 1972, Stash has always been fully committed to providing premium teas and an unparalleled tea drinking encounter. Stash begins with basically outstanding tea leaves from the planet’s most recognized tea gardens as well as all organic botanical substances obtained coming from all over the entire world. Meticulous mixing as well as tasting of each and every tea ensures you will certainly enjoy complete flavor in every cup. Natural and organic teas contain no true tea leaves, nevertheless are usually produced from an international collection of herbs and also spices such as Moroccan rosebuds, Oregon mint, tropical hibiscus, cinnamon from Indonesia, and a great deal more. These all-natural botanical ingredients are combined to be able to create exciting tastes and fragrances within a rainbow of colors from pale yellow to deep red. Each Stash herbal tea offers a unique taste and fragrance.

The Stash Tea Company is headquartered in Tigard, Oregon, a suburb of Portland. Started in 1972, Stash Tea originally operated out of an old Portland Victorian style house, supplying loose organic teas as well as bulk herbs to natural food stores.

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Celestial Seasonings Fruit Tea Sampler 5 Flavors 18Count

 
Brand: Celestial Seasonings
Average Rating
17 reviews

Raspberry Zinger, Cranberry Apple Zinger, Black Cherry Berry, Tangerine Orange Zinger, Country Peach Passion. Naturally caffeine free. Our Fruit Herb Tea sampler features delicious blends of favorite fruit as well as berry flavors. What a truly delicious method to sample all-natural fruit refreshment! Have some berry cherry cheer with the luscious flavor in Black Cherry Berry. Cranberry Apple Zinger abounds the unforeseen duo of peach and passion fruit in our Country Peach Passion. Taste summer fresh flavor year-round with Raspberry Zinger. And Tangerine Orange Zinger has a bold, vibrant taste that is uplifting as a burst of the sun’s rays. Celebrate the taste of summer season all year-round! These products contain all-natural herbs and flavors and also absolutely no unnatural colors or preservatives. Gluten free.

There tend to be a lot of flavored teas, yet the only flavored ones I really like are the fruit ones. Therefore, this package of tea is what I purchase. So many assortment packs have at least one or two tastes that I don’t like. But this package has only flavors that I do like. My favorite is the peach, and then the black cherry. Next is orange, raspberry, and cranberry apple.. more info