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Four great hand blended Teas to choose from this week

Four great hand blended Teas to choose from this week.  Order today for the best tea you will ever taste and get free shipping and a free herb, herb blend, tea sampler or Heirloom seed of our choice. 

Hibiscus Mint Tea    


Hibiscus Mint Tea  The red flowering tropical hibiscus plant gives this infusion drink its unique taste and wonderful color. The rich fruity flavor has the perfect hint of mint making a wonderful cup of tea that can be enjoyed all year round. Try it hot or cold with a slice of lemon. Try a Sampler today.



Our Home Farm Herbery Belgian Chocolate Tea has a velvety chocolate smoothness with decadent notes of truffle melting in your mouth. This is an excellent combination of cacao and rooibos. Order a sampler today and getfree shipping.




Epicurean Coconut Tea   At Home Farm Herbery in Munfordville, KY we hand blend Luxury Black Tea, Sweetened Coconut and Natural Flavors to create a full bodied tea that captures the flavor profile of coconut beautifully. The taste and aroma are exquisite. This blend has medium caffeine content and a little milk helps to bring out the flavor. Order today and we will pay for the shipping. 



Mango Swirl Tea from Home Farm Herbery in Munfordville, KY is a fruity, tropical, refreshing and unique aroma and flavor.  It makes a wonderful fruity cup of hot tea or iced tea.  All orders are shipped free and all orders receive a free, complimentary herb or herbal blend. Order now.  
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Comments:

Arlene,
They all sound wonderful. How much $ do I owe you. Can I mail you a check?
Hope you are doing fine. Things are just HOT here.

Posted by Nita Holstine on August 13, 2014 at 12:43 PM CDT #

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