Se Chung Chinese oolong tea is blended with small bits of sliced almonds for a slightly smoky, sweet flavor with just a hint of almond.
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Grown in one of India’s first organic tea gardens, lively, crisp Oothu Garden Green offers healthful polyphenols—which research shows protect against cancer and may fight high cholesterol and weight gain.
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This delicate white tea, made from tender tea buds, is high in antioxidants and vitamin C. Its lovely pink hue and light, sweet scent complement its smooth flavor.
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This tea is a new staff favorite thanks to its delicate jade color, natural sweetness and faint lilac scent. Hand-harvested in Fujian Province, China, this is one of the most revered varieties of oolong tea. The leaves can be re-steeped three times.
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Stimulating Holy Mate! combines energy-boosting yerba mate with antioxidant-rich tulsi (also known as holy basil) to provide a sustained energy lift—without the jitters—and a punch of disease resistance.
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This caffeine-free blend, enhanced with a touch of vanilla, is perfect to relax with before bed. The South African honeybush plant, a relative of rooibos, is named for its honey-scented flowers.
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