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  1. As low as £13.00
    “If you like Piña Colada...” then you’ll love this alcohol free variation! We don’t really need to describe this classic flavour but we loved the idea of recreating a longstanding classic of the cocktail world with the energy kick of the famous powdered green tea matcha, used in the Japanese tea ceremony. Sweet, juicy pineapple pieces make the perfect foil to the soft, creamy coconut chips and delicate coconut shreds that combined make this perfect summer creation.
  2. As low as £13.00
    Blended to evoke the flavour of the famous Peach Melba dessert with the energy kick off the famous powdered green tea matcha, used in the Japanese tea ceremony. Who can resist sun-ripened peaches, the slight sharpness of raspberries and the sweet hit of vanilla ice-cream? Reddish golden peach crunchy, shining carrot flakes and merry flowers reflect the summer feeling. The brilliant green of the tea adds a unique appearance to the infusion as well as lots of antioxidants. A delight to drink when a pudding is pushing the calorie counter!
  3. Ku Ding Serpent's Tongue Herbal Tea
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    This extraordinary shaped tea has an unusual appearance and a unique liquorice flavour. Containing more than ten kinds of amino acids, essential fatty acids, vitamins B and C, germanium and natural selenium, it is no surprise that this tea is reputed to help those with high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes. It is said to clear away toxins, tiredness and improve the physique.
  4. As low as £9.00
    A morning wake up call with a blend of mallow, strawberry leaf, peppermint, ribwort, lime blossom, lemon-grass, sunflowers, green yerbamaté, fennel and liquorice. To put an extra spring in your step try mixing it with the Tea of Life. Yerbamaté is a source of caffeine and although in a very low percentage in this mix should be avoided if sensitive to caffeine.
  5. As low as £8.00
    This is a wonderfully sweet, fruity combination of flavours including strawberries, fresh oranges and mellow honey. A special highlight is brought about by the addition of Cui Min Quingshan and Yunnan Silver Bud Ya Bao two rare, Chinese white teas. Fennel is the predominant herb with candied pineapple lending a subtle sweetness, to the herbal components. The addition of the white tea buds means that it is not caffeine free, so the blend gives a little boost of energy.

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