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Ceylon Black Tea ------ $4.99 / oz

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Ceylon Black Tea

Ceylon Black Tea ------ $4.99 / oz

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Name: Ceylon Black Tea
Health Benefits May Help:
• Enhance Immune System
• Promote Healthy Teeth and Bones
• Boost Energy
• Reduce Body Fats
• Improved Heart Health
• Improves Skin Healthy w.ivenue.com w.ivenue.com w.ivenue.com

* Caffeinated - Import from Sri Lanka

* Ingredient: Ceylon Black Tea

* Ceylon Sonata is a classic black tea from Sri Lanka. In colonial times, this island nation was known as Ceylon. This name is still used to describe all teas grown here. Ceylon tea is bright and lively, medium-bodied, and delightfully tangy. Our Ceylon Sonata hails from the renowned Kenilworth Estate, located in Sri Lanka's Kandy region. Fresh, citrusy aroma, sweet juicy notes like mandarin peel or grapefruit, refreshing texture, and balanced astringency. The perfect afternoon tea.

Preparation:
• Bring water to a boil;
• Use 1 TSP per 8oz of water;
• Pour boiling water over the tea;
• Steep 1 minute;
• Use the same leaves 2 times;
• 1oz tea makes approximately14 cups.

* Best if Used By 12 Months

* Storage Method: Store in a low-temperature environment in an airtight container to preserve longevity.

The herbal information on this website is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information on this website is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Please see a medical professional about any health concerns you have and before beginning any herbal regimen.

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