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wild strawberry

wild strawberry

Even when the strawberry harvest is waning for the year, our Wild Strawberry herbal blend will have you smiling like the first pick of the season. Fresh strawberries, apple pieces, hibiscus flowers and rose hips create a mellow, almost dessert-like tea. Sweet strawberry and sugared rhubarb aroma, beautiful warm berry color, pleasantly aromatic and not super sweet. A caffeine-free cup of pure delight.

Steep at 212° for 5-10 minutes.

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wild strawberry teabags

Filled with the same high quality, full-leaf teas offered loose, our tea bags have a distinctive pyramid shape that gives leaves plenty of room to unfurl and fully infuse for the finest cup of tea. Savor the superior flavor of loose tea without sacrificing the convenience of a teabag.

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15 full leaf pyramids
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ingredients & lore

blended with hibiscus flowers, rose hips, apple pieces, natural strawberry flavor, strawberries and raspberry leaves
Strawberries are indigenous to both the northern and southern hemispheres. They are first mentioned in the writings of Cato, a famed Roman Senator. In the 12th Century, however, they were declared unfit to eat. The reason given? Strawberries grow too close to the ground, and are contaminated by the snakes and toads that may have touched them. Thankfully, this proscription had since been lifted, and strawberries are safe (and legal) to eat once again.
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