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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Leonardo Pasti inherited the 8 hectare Córrego da Aldeia and has been living and working on the farm for the past 21 years. Leonardo comes from a family of coffee growers, with farms pepper around the area. He has also done well in many regional and national competitions reflecting the high quality of his crops.
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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