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  1. Green Tea with Elderberries

    Green Tea with Elderberries

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T453

    Green Tea comes from the same source as White, Oolong, and Black Tea: the tea bush known to botanists as Camellia sinensis. These teas are generally distinguished by their origin and fermentation process. 

    This Green Tea originates in the Fujian region of China, where teas traditionally have a sweet, mellow, and smoky flavour
    resulting from the unique climate and mountainous growing conditions. Freshly picked tea leaves are gently rolled, briefly fermented, and roasted to seal in the flavours.

    The Elder is a legendary tree which produces bunches of juicy, purplish-black berries in the early autumn. Today, Elderberries are prized for making juice, pies, desserts, and of course, great tea.

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  2. Black Tea Ceylon

    Black Tea Ceylon

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T405

    Originating in Sri Lanka, Ceylon tea is considered by many to be the best tea in the world. A favourite among tea drinkers, it has a refreshing, distinctive, medium body and smooth aroma and flavour. Ceylon Black Tea brews to a rich golden colour and can be enjoyed on its own or combined with other herbs and teas.  

    To create a milder flavour, a dash of honey or milk can be added to this delightful tea.

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  3. Wild Cherry Bark Tea

    Wild Cherry Bark Tea

    Designation: Ethically Wildcrafted
    Item Order #: T293

    The Wild Cherry tree is native to the south-western United States. The dark outer bark is rough and separates easily from the trunk. Just under the outer bark, is the tender inner bark, which smells of bitter almonds when collected.
    Wild Cherry has a long history of use and was a herb of importance to the Native Americans. Today, it can be found in many herbal preparations.

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  4. Senna with Lemongrass Tea

    Senna with Lemongrass Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5130

    The use of Senna as an herb apparently predates written records. Senna is native to Arabia and Somolia but it now grows in most tropical parts of the world where there is rich soil.
    Senna is frequently combined with aromatic herbs such as Cinnamon, Ginger, Anise, and Fennel. In this tea, we have combined it with tart Lemongrass to add a zesty kick to this powerful herb.

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  5. Artichoke Blend Tea

    Artichoke Blend Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5102

    The Artichoke is one of the world's oldest vegetables, with its uses as a food and medicinal herb dating back to the 4th century B.C.The ancient Greeks and Romans considered artichokes a "noble" vegetable only to be consumed by the nobility and rich.


    Artichokes are considered to be high in fiber and antioxidants. The "vegetable" we eat is the plant's flower bud, whilethe leaves are used for medicinal benefits, not their taste. Artichoke leaves have a strong and unique flavour, which is mellowed by Lemongrass in this tea blend.

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  6. Gunpowder Green Tea

    Green Tea Gunpowder

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T441

    A light, sweet, classic green tea that will dance across your palette, this Gunpowder tea has been created in the great, classic Chinese tradition. Enjoy the yellow-green liquor any time of day, but especially before meals or with mild food so its delicate aspects can be most appreciated.

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  7. Green Tea Darjeeling with Spearmint

    Green Tea Darjeeling with Spearmint

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T428

    This Green Darjeeling tea is top quality DEMETER Certified Organic made from tender leaves of only selected tea bushes. The leaves are cut at the peak of flavour, rolled, briefly dried and roasted then immediately packed in special crates to capture the flowery, delicate smell of this truly unique tasting Green Tea. Blended with organic Spearmint for a refreshing mint taste. Makes a good tea hot or on ice.

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  8. Rooibos (Red Tea) Herbal Orange

    Rooibos (Red Tea) Herbal Orange

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5176

    Rooibos, also known as Red tea, is a native of the mountainous regions of South Africa. Its long needle-like leaves turn a brick red color when bruised. Rooibos is low in tannins and is caffeine-free, but has high levels of antioxidants, even compared to green tea.

    We've blended rooibos with fragrant orange peel, red hibiscus and a hint of lemongrass to make this a great tea for all seasons.

    Delicious served hot or iced.

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  9. Rooibos (Red Tea) with Lemongrass

    Rooibos (Red Tea) with Lemongrass

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5177

    Rooibos (also known as Red bush or Red tea) is a native of the mountainous regions of South Africa. Its long needle-like leaves turn a brick red color when bruised. Rooibos is low in tannins and is caffeine-free, but has high levels of antioxidants, even compared to green tea.

    We've blended organic Roobios with Lemongrass and Stevia to create a refreshing lemony pick-me-up.

    Great brewed hot and even better on ice.

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  10. Rooibos (Red Tea)

    Rooibos (Red Tea)

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5175

    Also known as "red bush," Rooibos is native to the mountainous regions of South Africa. It grows to a height of 6 feet and bears long, needle like leaves. In late summer, the leaves are harvested, moistened, bruised and left to dry or "ferment" in the sun, a process which turns the tea a brick red colour.

    Rooibos is renown for being caffeine-free and has a very high antioxidant level, even when compared to green tea. It has a refreshing flavour and can be steeped for long periods without becoming bitter due to its low tannin content. Drink it plain or add milk and sugar for a different flavour.

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  11. Ginger Peppermint

    Ginger Peppermint

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T140

    Ginger has been used in Asia for over 5,000 years, and remains a key ingredient in both traditional Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicine. This spicy rhizome is great medicinally and is widely used as an everyday spice.

    Peppermint is known for its clean, refreshing flavour and sensation of coolness. It is widely used as a flavouring agent and fragrant oil.

    Ginger and Peppermint combine to complement each other for a spicy, yet refreshing tea without caffeine.

    Our Ginger Root does not contain sulfates.

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  12. Ginger Lemonade

    Ginger Lemonade

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5141

    Ginger is believed to have originated in southeast Asia and has been in continuous use for nearly 5000 years. It still remains a key ingredient in both traditional Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicine. This aromatic spicy rhizome is great medicinally and is widely used as an everyday spice.

    This blend of Ginger and Lemongrass is naturally a well-balanced spicy favourite, sure to be an instant hit with young and old alike.

    Our Ginger Root does not contain sulfates!

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  13. Ginger Root

    Ginger Root

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T139

    For centuries Ginger has been used in the Far East, especially China. This aromatic and spicy plant was introduced to the Americas by the Spaniards and is now widely cultivated in southeast Asia.

    Today, Ginger is used extensively in many cuisines of the world, and is a traditional drink in many Asian cultures.

    Our Ginger Root does not contain sulfates.

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  14. Heat Seal Tea Bags

    Heat Sealable Tea Bags

    Designation: Pure Quality
    Item Order #: T9100

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  15. Blackberry Leaf Tea

    Blackberry Leaf Tea

    Designation: Absolutely Organic
    Item Order #: T5106

    Blackberry has been in use throughout the world for ages. The ancient Greeks and Romans used the leaves and roots for their medicinal properties both internally and topically and prized the fruit as a delicacy. In the New World, the same was true of our indigenous peoples.

    Blackberry leaf tea doesn't taste like blackberries at all, it tastes more like black tea thanks to the special fermentation process. The tea is flavourful, high in tannins, and contains no caffeine, which explains why it's often used as a tea substitute

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