The Shanti (Peace) Tea Blend
In Sanskrit, the word Shanti means “Peace”.
Feel santosha (contentment) settling in when you sip this full-bodied cup that is sweet and slightly earthy, with a light mint aftertaste.
It brews to an amber cup with a sweet, earthy aroma.
Ingredients: Birch Bark, Rosehips, Organic Cinnamon Bark, Orange Peel, Organic Cacao Nibs, Eleuthero Root, Damiana Leaf, Pau d'arco, Organic Spearmint Leaf, Cloves, Sarsaparilla, Organic Ginger & Organic Peppermint. Caffeine Free\
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