MighTEA Women of Herstory Sampler (RBG, Agatha, Amy, Marie)
The future is female! So, shouldn't your tea be too. Enjoy this wonderful mix of teas – as bold, accomplished and unique as the women featured here.
Our "MighTEA Women of Herstory" VariTEA pack, contains some of the most amazing women to grace our planet so go ahead and spend some quality time with them.
Each sampler contains a mix of:
- *Agatha ChrisTEA - Earl Grey - (Caffeinated)
Ingredients: Organic Black Tea and natural oil of Bergamot
- Amy TeaHouse - Jade Genmaicha - (Caffeinated)
Ingredients: Green tea*, Toasted Rice*. (* organic)
- *Araminta Ross (Harriet Tubman) - Spicy Orange Spearmint - (Caffeine Free & Not Vegan)
Ingredient Dried honey*, orange peel*, spearmint*, natural flavor and cinnamon* (*Organic & Caffeine Free)
- *Marie Cure - Radiant Hibiscus - (Caffeine Free)
Ingredient: Organic Tulsi, Organic hibiscus, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Lemon Peel, and Organic Orange Peel
- *Ruth Bader Ginseng (RBG) - Lemon Ginseng Green Tea - (Caffeinated)
Ingredients: Green Tea*, Lemon Myrtle* and Ginseng*. (* organic)
*Organic & KSA Kosher, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO.
20 tea bags
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