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The Republic of Tea Full-Leaf Loose Tea

February 1, 2011
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The Republic of Tea introduced 68 full-leaf loose tea varieties in favorite classic varieties and 15 new varieties. The introductions are as follows: Sencha Kyoto, Jasmine Pearls, Milk Oolong, Coconut Pu-erh, Matcha, The Peoples Green, Good Hope Vanilla, Natural Hibiscus, Ginger Peach Green, Sea Buckthorn Green, Honey Ginseng, Orange Red Carrot, Keemun 1110, Black Currant Cardamom and Cranberry Blood Orange. The premium full-leaf loose teas and herbs offer a depth of flavor and balanced character, the company says. Its full-leaf loose tea is produced from unblended, estate-grown leaves that are left whole and uncut to retain the essential oils that create full-bodied, flavorful and aromatic teas, it says.

The Republic of Tea, Novato, Calif.
Distribution: National
Ingredients: Sencha Kyoto Full-Leaf: Japanese Sencha tea leaves.

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