Blooming Tea (14 Blooms)

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*****Blooming Tea (14 Blooms)

By Byanna shirra on June 20, 2016 on June 20, 2016
Size: 14 Flowers | Verified Purchase

Amazing product! two day shipping occurred even tho it was Sunday!! wow! Love the scents of these teas as well as how beautiful they were when they bloomed! Buying these again for sure!! THANK YOU

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14 blooms (2 of each flavor)

Each bloom of KissMeOrganics Blooming Tea is made from organic Calendula flowers, green tea leaves, and natural fruit flavoring. Our blooms are hand-sewn to produce a delicious infusion and a beautiful flowering effect when brewed. KissMeOrganics Blooming Tea is flavored with natural fruit extract from cherry, peach, strawberry, black currant, raspberry, sugar melon and cactus melon. These 7 flavors are a great way to unwind at tea time, adding flavor and a gorgeous display to your table. 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.


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Q: Hello Firstly, I love your matcha and I'm a regular consumer (every day) My question is regarding your Dandelion tea which I've recently become a big fan of also, is how many carbohydrates if any does this tea have? Thank you and I look forward to your reply Kind Regards Mark Coates
— Asked by Mark on May 17, 2017
A: Great question Mark! For every 100g of the tea, there are only 0.41g of carbohydrates.Let me know if there is anything else I can help you with!
— http://jennifer
Q: Amazon sells this tea but box says "raw organic" with Ceylon Cinnamon - is this the same thing? Box also looks different...
— Asked by Tracy on July 21, 2017
A: Hello Tracy, Ceylon is actually a kind of raw-organic cinnamon. Also, we just changed our packaging! How do you like the new design?
— http://jennifer
Q: Hi, I have been drinking your tea for few months now and someone ask me a questions that I could not answer; Is it only the root of the dandelion that is used in the tea or also other parts of the plant, like the stem or leaves?
— Asked by Michel on August 14, 2017
A: Excellent question! Our tea only has the best part and that is the root. Let me know if this helps!
— http://jennifer

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