Grand Teaton™ Wild Berry Green Tea


Wild Berry and Sage Green Tea


Inspired by the irresistible wild berries that grow within Grand Teton National Park, Grand Teaton™ delivers a burst of fresh berry flavors. In addition to the berries, lemongrass represents over 100 different types of grass that can be found in the park, and sage leaf represents the beautiful sage valley of Grand Teton National Park.

We start with a lightly steamed Sencha green tea and pair it with huckleberries, raspberry bits, and whole wild blueberries to create this berry-infused beverage. This flavorful tea will excite your tastebuds and keep you at your best all day long. Contains caffeine.

 

Ingredients
• Organic Sencha Green Tea
• Organic Hibiscus
• Organic Sage
• Organic Lemongrass
• Organic Huckleberries
• Organic Wild Blueberries
• Organic Raspberry Bits
• Organic Natural Berry Flavor

 

Benefits to Your Health *

Green Tea: Similar to black tea, green tea is well-known for its antioxidant properties and its ability to increase your metabolism. The leaves of green tea have not undergone the oxidation process that black tea goes through. Therefore, green tea is milder than black tea in both flavor and caffeine.
Sage: Just like many of the other herbs we use in our teas, sage is full of antioxidants which aid in keeping your brain sharp. It is also packed with various vitamins and minerals, most notably vitamin K.


Steeping Instructions

We recommend steeping 2 tsp of Grand Teaton™ for 2-3 minutes with 8 oz of 175℉ water.


Satisfaction Guaranteed

At Lamie Wellness, your satisfaction is our top priority. If you are not 100% satisfied with your order, we promise that we will make it up to you. We are very proud of our products and think that you will absolutely love them, too! Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or comments.

 

*For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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