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Inca Tea With Purple Corn

Purple Corn

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Purple Corn

Ryan, Zach and Phil had an amazing adventure on a winding Peruvian mountain trail. Their guide shared an amazing tea recipe with them. A delicious mix of boiling water, purple corn and freshly cut apples, that helped to energize and refresh them. This helped them make it through the rest of the trails. When they returned to the US, Ryan could not forget that magical tea mix. Purple corn in all of its glory containing powerful antioxidants and thousands of years of Incan tradition.

LOOSE LEAF TEA MACHU PICCHU MANGO

Purple Corn

Machu Picchu Mango is such an amazingly delicious tea! A blend of mango, sweet herbs and citrus flavors and caffeine free. Mango is one of my favorite fruits and the twist that it adds to the original blend is so mouth-wateringly delicious!

Some of the most delicious flavors in these 100% post-consumer recycled boxes. Each box has 15 individually wrapped tea bags that help them keep them oh so fresh. Did you know that the purple corn is a natural source of antioxidants, helps to improve your circulation and help your loss weight and can help lower your blood pressure.

Punchau Peach – a rejuvenating combination of white tea, lush peaches and sweet herbs. This is their first caffeinated blend and they wanted it to embody a refreshing yet clean taste.

Peruvian Spiced Berry – This is the original blend that truly captures the ancient Incan recipe. A delicious herbal, fruit tea blend of purple corn, berries and spices.

Tawantin Black – It took a little time to figure out how to make black tea as unique and strong as the Incan Empire. But this blend is a robust mix of 3 quality black tea leaves and purple corn and fits the name perfectly! And did you know that you can use each tea bag TWICE! Perfect for a special holiday gift or stocking stuffer.

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