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Buddha’s Tears $8.95

Buddha’s Tears

Buddha’s Tears

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Finest quality green tips hand rolled with jasmine blossoms …enjoy a fragrant delight

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Buddha’s Tears

$8.95
Finest quality green tips hand rolled with jasmine blossoms …enjoy a fragrant delight
Pai Mu Tan $8.90

Pai Mu Tan

Pai Mu Tan

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Very small buds & leaves picked in early spring just before opening

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Pai Mu Tan

$8.90
Very small buds & leaves picked in early spring just before opening
Snow Lotus (2 Balls) $5.50

Snow Lotus (2 Balls)

Snow Lotus (2 Balls)

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A handcrafted flower ball…opens like a flower to reveal a string of creamy-snow lotus buds

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Snow Lotus (2 Balls)

$5.50
A handcrafted flower ball…opens like a flower to reveal a string of creamy-snow lotus buds
Vanilla Pearls $7.90

Vanilla Pearls

Vanilla Pearls

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Finest quality green tips hand rolled & infused with vanilla bean

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Vanilla Pearls

$7.90
Finest quality green tips hand rolled & infused with vanilla bean
White Peony (Organic) $9.90

White Peony (Organic)

White Peony (Organic)

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White tea is the least processed form of tea, made of beautiful silver buds and select leaves which have been steamed and dried. Because of its minimal processing, white tea contains more nutrients than its black or green cousins. Like green tea, white tea is best brewed with pure water that is very hot, but not boiling. For stronger flavor, steep for a few minutes longer. Use 2 teaspoons of loose-leaf tea per cup.

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White Peony (Organic)

$9.90
White tea is the least processed form of tea, made of beautiful silver buds and select leaves which have been steamed and dried. Because of its minimal processing, white tea contains more nutrients than its black or green cousins. Like green tea, white tea is best brewed with pure water that is very hot, but not boiling. For stronger flavor, steep for a few minutes longer. Use 2 teaspoons of loose-leaf tea per cup.
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