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Green Rooibost Tea with Milk Thistle, Cinnamon bark, Peppermint Leaves, Lemon Balm, and Dandelion Root.
Valerian Root, Chamomile Flowers, Honeybush, Passion Flowers, Spearmint Leaves, Lemon Balm, Lavender, Cherries and Blue Corn Flowers.
I AM PEACE
Ceylon Black Tea, Ginger, Peach, Marigold Flowers, Natural Ginger and Apricot Flavors.
Strawberry, hibiscus, rose hips and apples
White Tea and Orange Chips
INNER CHILD GONE WILD
Green Tea, Lemongrass, Ginger and Natural Ginseng
BE STILL BRULEE
Oolong Tea, Apple Pieces, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Safflower, Natural Crème Flavor, Maple Flavor and Cloves.
This is the one that comes to mind when people think of English tea ceremonies. It all began back in the mid 1800s, when the Duchess of Bedford started having a tray of tea with bread and butter served to her in the mid-afternoon. You see, in those days, lunch was served at noon but dinner was not eaten until 8 or even 9 o’clock at night. The Duchess found herself hungry during those long afternoon hours. It became a regular occurrence and as she began to invite other high-society ladies to join her, having Afternoon Tea became the ‘in-thing’ for the upper-class women. Along with tea, there would be small pastries with clotted cream or preserves, delicate sandwiches, and scones.
Many people use the term “High Tea” to describe the event I’ve mentioned above, probably because it sounds more elite. But High Tea is a much different thing. It was served later (around six in the evening) and consisted of a full, dinner meal for the common people. Tea was still served, but there would also be meats, fish or eggs, cheese, bread and butter, and cake. It was more of a man’s meal, than a ladies social diversion.
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