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JusTea - Cream Earl Grey Tin & Spoon - Organic, Fair-Trade, Black Tea

JusTea - Cream Earl Grey Tin & Spoon - Organic, Fair-Trade, Black Tea

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WHY CUSTOMERS LOVE JUSTEA: Award-winning taste, stand-out packaging, and a farmer-direct story! CREAM EARL GREY is Smooth & Rich with tasting notes of Creamy Vanilla & Bergamot. STAND-OUT PACKAGING: Beautiful tea tins with the farmer's picture/profile, hand-carved Kenyan spoon, and a viewing window in the lid. FARMER-DIRECT STORY: Every purchase directly supports small-scale Kenyan tea farmers. Justly Made Tea. HAND-CARVED SPOON: Attached to each tin is a handcrafted, olive-wood tea spoon! Creating sustainable employment for Kenyan artisans. EARTH-FRIENDLY: Each tin is recyclable or reusable and offers up to 80 cups of loose leaf tea. HAND-PICKED TEA from Kenya: Organically grown, free of chemicals and pesticides. Non-GMO. Proud member of Fair Trade Federation. 100% NATURAL INGREDIENTS: Kenyan Black Tea, Organic Cold-Pressed Bergamot Oil, Calendula Petals, Natural Vanilla Cream Flavour. (Gluten/Sugar-Free and High Caffeine). 2 YEAR SHELF LIFE Guaranteed.
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