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Angel Falls Mist Herbal Tisane. Premium loose leaf Evening Comfort Herbal tisane. Premium loose leaf Herbal Energizer tisane combines ginseng, licorice, peppermint, hibiscus, lemon grass, passion flowers, St. John's wort, and lemon flavoring.
Angel Falls Mist Herbal Tisane
Our Price: $5.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Evening Comfort Herbal Tisane
Our Price: $5.99 for 50g (1.75oz)

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Herbal Energizer
Our Price: $6.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
A blend of apple, rosehip and orange pieces, hibiscus, calendula petals provides a wildly exotic strawberry and lemon character. Freeze for awesome homemade treats. A relaxing blend of peppermint leaves, ginger root and lemon peel. An energizing blend of Ginseng, licorice, peppermint, hibiscus, lemon grass, passion flowers, St. John's wort, and lemon flavoring.
Kauai Cocktail Fruit Blend Herbal Premium loose leaf Mango Mate Energizer herbal tisane. Premium loose leaf Mate Carnival herbal tisane.
Kauai Cocktail Fruit Blend Herbal
Our Price: $4.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Mango Mate Energizer
Our Price: $6.49 for 50g (1.75oz)
Mate Carnival
Our Price: $7.99 for 50g (1.75oz)
Organic rooibos, organic South African honeybush, organic rosehips, organic black currant, organic hibiscus, organic apple bits, and pineapple bits create a sweet and slightly tart tropical elixir that steeps a rich red.  Contains no caffeine. Roasted yerba mate, rooibos, mango, ginseng and passion fruit! Explosive exotic flavor. Roasted yerba maté, rooibos, and broken coffee beans makes an excellent morning cup.
   
 

Herbal teas, or tisanes, are mixtures that may contain fruits, herbs, berries, flowers, hibiscus, rooibos and other ingredients brewed with hot water. There is no tea in the mix. Our selection produces a full flavor that is sure to please your distinguishing taste.

Tisanes will generally have some calorie and sugar content from the fruits and berries. They also contain vitamins and minerals that occur naturally in the ingredients.

Tisanes can be served hot or cold or even made into a frozen treat.