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Tea Forte Herbal Retreat Teas

January 17, 2011
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Tea Forte introduced a line of U.S. Department of Agriculture certified organic and Fair Trade certified herbal relaxation teas. Available in five varieties, Tea Forte’s Herbal Retreat Relaxation Teas are caffeine-free and made with herbs for balance and well-being, the company says. Mojito Marmalade combines citrus with spearmint and South African rooibos. Combining apricot and peach with almond, Apricot Amaretto evokes the Italian roots of Amaretto, the company says. Blueberry Merlot includes the berry as well as a subtle sage flavor, it says. Kiwi Lime Ginger accents fresh citrus with the taste of ginger. Hibiscus blossoms and raspberries accent the cherry flavor of the Cherry Cosmo variety, the company says. Tea Forte Herbal Retreat Relaxation Teas are packaged in biodegradable full-leaf sachets in EnviroTins for $8.95.

Tea Forte, Concord, Mass.
Distribution: National
Ingredients: Mojito Marmalade: Organic honeybush, organic spearmint, organic orange peel, organic rooibos, organic sunflower petals and natural flavors.

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