To brew our tea, we recommend.
- Bring water to a boil.
- Steep the tea bag for 1-3 minutes, or longer if you prefer.
- You may enjoy this tea hot or cold.
- Add honey, raw sugar, or other natural sweeteners to taste.
- You may also wish to add cream or milk for a creamy, delicious taste
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