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Orange Spice Tea

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Orange Spice Tea. (caffeinated) 

A whimsical blend forged from traditional black tea brimming with rich flavours + health benefits. Energizing + Uplifting. Try me as an afternoon pick me with a little honey instead of coffee.

Hot Brew Instructions: Bring fresh water to boil. Pour 8oz over 2tbs of herbs. steep covered 5-8 minutes. Enjoy!  

Cold Brew Instructions: Combine 16oz of cold water and 1-2 tbs of tea in lidded jar. Mason jars work great. Shake jar to make sure the tea is saturated. Place in refrigerator or cool place for at least two hours and or overnight for a strong brew. Strain and enjoy as is or on ice. 

Healthy + Glowing + Hydrated. Cold water extracts at a different spectrum of photochemical than hot water. When you extract in cold water none of the temperature sensitive vitamins and minerals are lost so its a delicate more complex flavour. Such a delicious + extra healthy way to get your water intake up.  

honey thief Pollinators Collection. What's the buzz about bees and tea? We personally think they naturally go together and we love anything natural. Whether it's the honey in your cup or the fact that without bees pollination many of our herbal crops won't grow. We have deep gratitude towards our pollinating friends and the plant magic they provide for us. 

Blended herbal infusion with black tea + orange peel + *peppermint + hibiscus flower + cinnamon + clove.  

*Ingredients grown (farmed) in Canada.

Disclaimer: The information provided on our website is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you believe you have a medical emergency, promptly call your doctor or 911. Reliance on any information provided by our website is solely at your own risk.I believe organic matters and only use the highest level of herbs. Please email or call if you are interested in knowing the current origin of each herb.