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Blends with Natural Flavors

Natural flavoring means that the flavors are obtained from plant or animal raw materials, by physical, microbiological or enzymatic processes. They can be either used in their natural state or processed for human consumption, but cannot contain any nature-identical or artificial flavoring substances.
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Green and black tea come together with this sweet and fruity tea. An initial jasmine taste quickly gives way to a fruity sherbet aftertaste. If you like sweet creamy teas with milk and sugar this one is sure to please.
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Blood Orange Rooibos is our most popular herbal blend. It has many levels of flavor ranging from the citrus orange with a light vanilla undertone, to the malty rich rooibos base.

This is the only rooibos blend that does NOT go well with cream.

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A rich thick brew of Rooibos and caramel. This tisane makes a good cup before bed, as Rooibos is relaxing, and promotes restful sleep. Also great with milk or as an iced tea.
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Kashmiri green chai is high in antioxidants and is extremely useful to the immune system. It offers the fabulous flavors associated with traditional chai: cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom. Add to this almonds, cardamom seeds, and additional cinnamon flavor; and you have something truly wonderful.
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A relaxing blend of lavender and chamomile with a slight citrus overtone.
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This is a perfect blend of calming ingredients if your looking to avoid chamomile. The lemon and mango flavors meld nicely with the two main ingredients, lavender and lemongrass.
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Flavor of a floral and fruity bouquet; perfume of lavender notes. Inspired by the 'joie de vivre' of France.
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The natural sweetness of peaches makes it a perfect addition to our South African Rooibos, and why is that? Because the inherent slight sweetness of Rooibos is perfectly complimented by that of the peach and creates an herbal tea that is packed with subtle nuances and a complex flavor profile.
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Add some milk and sugar to this rooibos and the amaretto comes alive. It's like drinking a cookie.
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This tea has a very exotic flavor profile. For a summer time drink Lady Hannah's Whole Fruit is impossible to beat. It is refreshing and thirst quenching and not overly sweet. The delicious blend of lemon and strawberry flavors combined with the natural flavors and tartness of the various dried fruits create a summertime cooler.
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A wildly exotic fruity character.
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This blend begins with a peak quality Cederberg Rooibos known for its herbaceous character and long smooth finish. Added to this is chopped pieces of pure vanilla, decadent morsels of cacao bean and peel, natural flavoring oils and sunflower petals. The resulting blend is a true stunner. The cup opens with the approachable sweetness of vanilla bean offset by deep notes of chocolate and hints of chopped nuts, citrus and orchid.
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This is a smooth, lightly grassy, green tea with the natural flavoring of black currants, a favorite amongst the residents of Prague, or Praha in its native Czech. The blend was created to mimic the taste of creme de cassis - a sweet, dark red liqueur made from blackcurrants - but with all the benefits of enjoying a cup of green tea.
$3.50 Praha Cassis
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The natural plum flavor complements the Wuyi Mountain dark oolong that this tea is made with. Coming together to produce a nutty, roasted flavor with sweet plum overtones.
$4.00 Plum Oolong
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This Rooibos arrives just in time for the dog days of Summer! Flavored with Thai ginger, lemon, lime and pineapple, it makes a delightful refreshment for a heatwave. Since this tea is a Rooibos that means it contains no caffeine, which is perfect to keep the kids from bouncing off the walls.
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Black Currant is also known as Cassis. It is both a propagated and wild grown berry which some claim originated in France. Cassis is a very popular beverage throughout Europe, known for being aromatic in smell and in taste. This particular aspect of Black Currant is very evident on this tea. Ideal as an iced tea to be drunk by the pool on a hot summer's day or hot on a crisp winter afternoon.
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The combination of sweet peach, spicy ginger, and sweet grass with white tea is one to behold. Best served without any additions.
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Dutch Licorice Rooibos is as close as one can get to liquid licorice candy in a cup. Unlike Cascadia Rooibos, which has spicer licorice tones, Dutch Licorice is as sweet on the palate as it is on the nose.
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The delight of an apple pie in a cup without all the calories! Just like mom used to make.
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This tea has been blended specially for the new Hotel Chaco near Old Town Albuquerque, New Mexico. This is a unique blend of "New Mexico Warm Earth" combining the richness of chocolate with the mellow notes of sage and cedar. The perfect blend to help you unwind.
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From the FDA Website:
"The term natural flavor or natural flavoring means the essential oil, oleoresin, essence or extractive, protein hydrolysate, distillate, or any product of roasting, heating or enzymolysis, which contains the flavoring constituents derived from a spice, fruit or fruit juice, vegetable or vegetable juice, edible yeast, herb, bark, bud, root, leaf or similar plant material, meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, dairy products, or fermentation products thereof, whose significant function in food is flavoring rather than nutritional. Natural flavors, include the natural essence or extractives obtained from plants listed in subpart A of part 582 of this chapter, and the substances listed in 172.510 of this chapter."