White Tea

As the least processed of all tea types, white tea features the finest tea leaves and has the highest amount of antioxidants. Because the leaves are young and tender, the flavor tends to be lighter than green tea.

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Berries & BloomsBerries & Blooms

Imagine lounging in a fragrant floral garden, eating sweet juicy strawberries on a glorious summer afternoon. When you brew up a cup of this refreshingly fruity white tea and rooibos blend, you don’t have to imagine. Plus it’s delightful either hot or iced.

Ingredients: White tea, rooibos, apple pieces, hibiscus, blueberries, natural strawberry flavor, strawberries, blue cornflowers, rose petals, natural vanilla flavor

Loose-leaf foil zip-pack: $7      Net wt. 1.15 oz. (32 grams) 14-18 servings


Raspberry SerenadeRaspberry Serenade

Over the centuries, raspberries have been known as a symbol for kindness. And when you pair their tanginess with delicate white tea and creamy white chocolate, you understand – it’s a cup of beautiful harmony.

Ingredients: White tea, cocoa husk, white chocolate pieces, green tea, raspberry pieces, rose petals, white chocolate bits, cranberries, natural and artificial flavor

Allergen notice: Contains milk & soy

Loose-leaf foil zip-pack: $7      Net wt. 1.25 oz. (35 grams) 14-18 servings

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