Small (15-30 cups)
This Calabash blend combines the tempting taste of plump, juicy peaches with organic orange peels and a dash of organic ginger-- subtle yet warm and oh so enticing.
INGREDIENTS: All organic full leaf black tea, peach, Jamaican ginger, orange peels, rose petals, spice and love.
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Dr. Fabio Araujo Reis works with his two sons and daughter to run their family farm, Fazenda do Salto, in the Sul de Minas region of Brazil. Fabio's sons, Andre and Juca, work along with 35 employees on the estate, many of whom grew up near the farm and later chose to return to the Carmo da Cachoeira area after finishing school.
Capacity: 650 ml.
Material: Enamel steel
Size: 10. 5 x 16 cm / 250 g.
Handmade in Mexico by UM
Hand-wash only. Do not use alkaline detergents. Not suitable for microwave.
Will arrive in 100 % recycled packaging.
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