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Harvest of the Season Teas

Harvest of the Season Teas

Generous cuts of fruit blended with caffeine-free herbs and blossoms create gorgeous, aromatic cups of complex yet smooth flavors. One tin for each season, all together in a custom gift box.

  • Winter Tea - Citrus Root
  • Spring Tea - Fig Rose
  • Fall Tea - Apple Almond
  • Summer Tea - Lime Strawberry
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    Caffeine:

    This herbal blend is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.

    Steeping Instructions

    Steeping herbal tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.

    Ingredients

    Winter Tea: Apple bits, carrot bits, lemongrass, citrus slices, verbena, diced sweet potatoes, marigold flowers, lemon myrtle, sunflowers

    Fall Tea: Apple bits, hibiscus, grapes, rosehip peels, bittle bits (sugar, hazelnuts), almonds, bamboo leaves, flavoring, coconut blossom sugar, rose petals, safflower petals

    Spring Tea: Fig bits with rice flour, apple bits, pineapple bits, hibiscus, figs, sliced almonds, flavoring, beetroot, rosebud bits, rose petals, hibiscus extract

    Summer Tea: Apple bits, rosehip peels, citrus peels, strawberry bits, sunflower petals, flavoring, bamboo leaves

    • 4 Stars
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    What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

    2 Stars

    Not what I was expecting. October 19, 2013

    Virginia

    Williams Junction, AR

    I was really looking forward to trying these teas. I should have read the list of ingredients prior to ordering. They contain ingredients that overwhelm the flavor of the supposed top notes. For instance, the Fall Tea is advertised as "Almond and hazelnuts are sweetened with apples and grapes...". All I can taste is hibiscus, the second ingredient behind apple bits in the fine print on the tin. I like hibiscus, but if I had wanted a hibiscus tea, I would have ordered one that featured hibiscus prominently on the label. They are beautifully presented and taste good, just not what they are promoted to be.

    5 Stars

    Beautiful experience May 03, 2013

    Henry

    Corte Madera, CA

    I have never seen sweet potatoes in tea! These are beautiful teas and remind me of potpourri. It is a perfect gift and way to try 4 teas.
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