Ingredients & Lore
blended with gunpowder tea, apple pieces, cinnamon, rose hips, natural creme brulee flavor, marigold flowers & rose petals
Autumn is a season of transition. For many, it marks the end of summer break and the start of the school year, for others a transition from shorts and tank tops to warm sweaters and blankets. It’s when the leaves start to change colors and when farmers switch from the growing season to harvest. For many tea drinkers, it also marks the shift from iced teas to hot, from tall, cool glasses to steaming, palm-warming mugs. So fill up your thermos, put on your best flannel, and get ready to fall for fall. It’s tea time, y’all.
Questions and Answers
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Autumn Mist Green is a hit with my non-tea drinking friends. They like the creme brulee fragrant and the fruit and light ('non-grassy') green tea flavor. Do you have a recommendation for similar teas I can get for them? Thank you.
Asked by Thien-Nga Tran
on January 22nd, 2017
DO you have nutritional information for Autumn Mist Green Tea as well as others?
Asked by Michelle McGraw
on March 8th, 2017
Is this tea more tangy/sour, or more sweet? I've noticed fruity teas end up more on the tart/tangy side than the sweet side.
Asked by Amber Conley
on September 27th, 2018
Notice that some your teas have flavors like 'crème brulee flavor'. Are these flavorings gluten-free and therefore safe for someone with celiac?
Asked by Lisa Farino
on October 9th, 2021