Heavenly Tea Leaves Chamomile Lavender 1.2 ounce canister is a loose leaf aromatic herbal blend made with organic lavender and calming chamomile. Drink this herbal infusion as a perfect relaxing ritual at the end of a long day being naturally caffeine free. The directions say to add 1 teaspoon of tea to 6 ounces of boiling water then steep 4 to 5 minutes.
My Opinion: this is a great tea for the tea lover on your list this holiday season and when is brewing it is very aromatic and relaxing. Make sure to pick up your own tea online at Heavenly Tea Leaves as it's available nationwide. My sister loves tea so I may give this to her for Christmas and/or purchase some more for her it would also make a great stocking stuffer.
Heavenly Tea Leaves offers a vast selection of fine teas and tisanes and an unrivaled selection of customizable tea sampler sets. The company's samples are organized by flavor, mission (wellness, sleep, morning lift, detox), or type. Heavenly Tea Leaves also offers custom-made gift sets. Sample themes include black, green, and white tea, as well as flavor options like vanilla, berry, coconut, chai, chocolate, and more.
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About Them: At Heavenly Tea Leaves, we believe that tea is not just a beverage it’s a way of life. When I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003, I started to incorporate freshly-brewed tea into a healthy, organic regimen. My passion for tea blossomed, so I decided to turn my hobby into a business. Heavenly Tea was born in a labor of love in 2006, and the rest is history! Today, our Long Island-based company is thriving. We offer more than 150 varieties of single-estate gourmet teas and in-house blends. You can choose from a colorful array of organic and conventional whole-leaf loose teas and tisanes.
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