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Rishi Tea Botanical teas

December 6, 2010
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Rishi Tea introduced five organic and caffeine-free herbal teas in tins for retail. Each tea is a blend of natural botanicals, spices and fruits that is formulated for flavor and effect, the company says. The line includes Bergamot Sage, Cinnamon Plum, Tangerine Ginger, Hibiscus Berry and Chamomile Medley. Bergamot Sage blends sage with citrus, lemon thyme and peppermint. Cinnamon Plum contains currants, hibiscus and plum with notes of cinnamon and sweet licorice root. Tangerine Ginger is complex array of sweet, spicy, tart and fruity flavors, the company says. Hibiscus Berry combines currants, forest berries and hibiscus. A blend of chamomile, lemongrass and spearmint, Chamomile Medley takes advantage of chamomile’s history for an herbal cure-all of nervousness, migraines and colds, the company says. The line is packaged in tins with hand-drawn illustrations of the ingredients and is available at select Whole Foods Markets nationwide for $9.99.

Rishi Tea, Milwaukee
Distribution: National
Ingredients: Bergamont Sage: Orgnaic lemon thyme, organic sage leaf, organic peppermint, organic lemon verbena and natural essential oil of bergamot.

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Andrew Campbell
November 11, 2013
I always loved fruit teas and the combinations that different companies come up with are so diverse in flavour – even when the ingredients are the same between two brands. What attracts me to this tea is the packaging – the rich, beautiful gem like colors make me curious about the taste!



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