Master Tea Blends
The tea collection to rule them all.
No matter your mood, there’s bound to be a tea in this collection to match it. Choose from one of these dynamic duos and then sip away. Blended especially for end-of-day unwinding, the Sweet Lullaby includes lavender and chamomile and comes with the floral-meets-spicy-juniper Brave New Earl. Or opt for the elderflower and apricot Perfect Day with it’s sunshiny pal, Unter Den Linden which has got all sorts of summer fruit and flower flavors. Maybe you’re in an extra-fruity state of mind though, in which case nab the Berry Pomp and then follow with the exotic Cederberg Chai (it’s a caffeine-free number with a ginger and licorice kick).
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Loose tea comes in a paper canister and bagged tea comes in chlorine-free unbleached 100% compostable paper tea filters.
Sweet Lullaby: Lemon verbena, lime-tree blossoms, lemon grass, stinging nettle leaves, chamomile flowers, citrus peels, rose petals, and hops.
Brave New Earl: Tea, juniper berries, tea flowers, bergamot oil, and bergamot bits.
Perfect Day: Chinese tea (59%), apple bits, carob bits, licorice root, elderflowers, mango chips (mango, rice flour), natural aroma, and marigold petals (*certified organic).
Unter Den Linden: Lime tree blossoms, apple bits, elderflowers, and sunflower leaves.
Berry Pomp: Elderberries, hibiscus flowers, apple bits, beetroot bits, citrus peels, strawberry bits, rose petals, black currants, blueberries, and cherries.
Cederberg Chai: Rooibos, ginger, fennel, pepper, licorice root, bell pepper red, cloves, allspice, and coconut chips.
Loose tea contains 3.5oz of tea and bagged tea comes with 30 chlorine-free unbleached 100% compostable paper tea bags.
Care & Notes
Store in a dry and cool place.
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