Jasmine Dragon Pearls Tea

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Organic Green Tea flavored with Jasmine Blossoms & hand rolled into pearls (4 ounce bag)

Made with organic green tea leaves and infused 3 times with fresh Jasmine flowers, our Jasmine Dragon Pearls Tea provides the most deliciously fragrant experience. The all natural flavoring (infusion) process creates a subtly floral, smooth and sweet profile that will both relax and invigorate. Jasmine reduces stress, promotes a calm mood and boosts immunity. Green tea is packed with antioxidants and contains naturally occurring levels of caffeine and L-Theanine for increased energy and focus. 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!
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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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