Herbal Tea

Fun fact! Herbal Teas aren’t actually tea at all. Tea must be derived from the Camellia sinensis plant. Herbal teas are tea-like beverages that come from sources other then Camellia sinensis. They have no natural caffeine and unlike true teas, can be grown in many corners of the world. Like teas, luxury grade herbals are highly influenced by soil pH levels, mineral content, and moisture.

Herbal teas include flowers, herbs, or leafy plants, each selected for their excellent terroir, characteristic of the regions in which they are grown.

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