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Solace Seasonal Selection - Winter | With Infuser

$50.00

New Mexico Tea Company
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With each purchase of the Solace Seasonal Selection, $25 is contributed to Solace.

For 50 years, Solace has reduced the impact of sexual violence in northern New Mexico and relieved the emotional suffering caused by this trauma. They do this by focusing on human rights, social justice, hope and dignity.

As they achieve 50 years of service, they remain committed to serving sexual assault survivors and to ending sexual violence before it starts. The prevention and education programs at Solace are just as important as the care they provide to survivors. They provide age-appropriate sexual violence prevention programs in schools and community organizations. As they head into the next 50 years, Solace will increase their prevention and education programs while continuing to provide expert care for survivors.

To learn more about Solace, please visit their website at www.findsolace.org

Extra Info:

Each pack includes a loose-leaf tea infuser and 20 servings each of the following teas:

Rooibos Masala Chai, a satisfying and enticing brew with warming spices. Hearty rooibos' earthy sweetness perfectly complements the edge of ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves and pepper.

Biscochito, a blend of roasted and steamed green teas, inspired by New Mexico's quintessential cookie. Deep toasty notes are highlighted with the flavors of sweet anise, vanilla and cinnamon.

Black Jasmine Cream, a decadent blend of black and green tea leaves with aromatic jasmine flower, united by smooth flavors of vanilla.

New Mexico Breakfast, a hearty and complex brew of fine black teas from around the world, offering a brightness and depth to compliment the mineral-rich waters of the region.

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to 212°F. Add 1tsp of tea leaves to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves and let steep 5 minutes.

Ingredients:

  • Check each tea link for specific ingredients

With each purchase of the Solace Seasonal Selection, $25 is contributed to Solace.

For 50 years, Solace has reduced the impact of sexual violence in northern New Mexico and relieved the emotional suffering caused by this trauma. They do this by focusing on human rights, social justice, hope and dignity.

As they achieve 50 years of service, they remain committed to serving sexual assault survivors and to ending sexual violence before it starts. The prevention and education programs at Solace are just as important as the care they provide to survivors. They provide age-appropriate sexual violence prevention programs in schools and community organizations. As they head into the next 50 years, Solace will increase their prevention and education programs while continuing to provide expert care for survivors.

To learn more about Solace, please visit their website at www.findsolace.org

Extra Info:

Each pack includes a loose-leaf tea infuser and 20 servings each of the following teas:

Rooibos Masala Chai, a satisfying and enticing brew with warming spices. Hearty rooibos' earthy sweetness perfectly complements the edge of ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves and pepper.

Biscochito, a blend of roasted and steamed green teas, inspired by New Mexico's quintessential cookie. Deep toasty notes are highlighted with the flavors of sweet anise, vanilla and cinnamon.

Black Jasmine Cream, a decadent blend of black and green tea leaves with aromatic jasmine flower, united by smooth flavors of vanilla.

New Mexico Breakfast, a hearty and complex brew of fine black teas from around the world, offering a brightness and depth to compliment the mineral-rich waters of the region.

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to 212°F. Add 1tsp of tea leaves to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves and let steep 5 minutes.

Ingredients:

  • Check each tea link for specific ingredients
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