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Highly floral in fragrance and flavor. Pair lavender flower with dark, woody black teas and full-bodied oolong and green teas.

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Dried rose petals (pink or red) pleasant floral notes and lovely color to black and oolong teas.

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Dried orange peel (large or small cut) lends the brightness of citrus and a slight acidity that goes especially well with black teas.

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A small amount of peppermint goes a long way to perk up black, oolong and green teas.

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Add zesty sweetness to your blends with pieces of crystallized ginger root.

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The gorgeous blue blooms of cornflower petals lend visual appeal and a mild clove-like flavor.

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Black teas are considered fully oxidized which give them a bold, full bodied taste. If you’re looking for a morning tea to get you going, this is a great place to start. Whether a breakfast blend or single-estate Assam, black teas have enough strength and body to get you through the toughest morning.
(Organic Darjeeling Black Tea pictured).

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Oolong teas are incredibly diverse. Whether you like floral and green, or roasted and fruity, there is an oolong to suit just about everyone. Oolongs fall between black and green teas in terms of oxidation.
(Taiwanese Formosa Oolong Tea pictured).

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Green teas bring fresh and vibrant flavors to your tea cup that are difficult to resist. These flavors vary greatly depending on where it’s grown and how it’s processed. The deeply grassy and marine notes in Japanese greens are very different from the slightly nutty, cooked vegetal flavors often found in a range of flavors of greens.
(Organic Jasmine Green Tea pictured).

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Whether you choose fuzzy silver buds or delicate green leaves, white teas are a must for any tea lover. White teas are the least processed category of tea which makes a graceful, fresh cup. White teas are subtle, but don’t let that fool you—they can be quite complex in their quiet flavors.
(Bai Mu dan White Tea pictured).

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Herbal infusions are not from the Camellia sinesis plant and therefore are not technically true "tea." These formulas don't have caffeine and so you can enjoy as many warm cups in your hands as you desire without any jittery side effects. This is a good tasting, good smelling way to stay hydrated and elevate your calm.
(Cranberry Orange Tisane pictured).

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Rooibos,pronounced roy-boss, which translates from Afrikaans to ‘red bush’. This herbal tisane comes from needle-shaped leaves of the Aspalathus linearis, an evergreen bush grown in South Africa. It is tasty and caffeine-free. Because the flavor of rooibos is reminiscent of black tea, it lends itself to delicious blends. It is the perfect base for building memorable flavor combinations.
(Rooibos pictured).

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