All-natural goodness sealed inside! Caffeine: High. Black tea, raspberry and passionfruit flavoring, marigolds, cornflowers. 15-25 cups! Flavor your mind. How do we help you energize? Energizer blends contain black and mate teas, which help you deal with fatigue by giving you an added boost without the jitters. Tiesta Tea [tee-ess-tuh tee]: From childhood friends to a wild weekend in Prague, we never thought tea would be our calling. It was in some tiny Czech teahouse that we got hooked on loose-leaf tea. Three months later, we started making our own. Our professors and parents thought we were nuts, but a couple friends believed in us, blending tea in exchange for pizza and beer. We're a tight knit crew that keeps it simple; all-natural loose-leaf tea blends with real fruits and herbs. We tell you what matters: what it does for you, what it tastes like, and how to make it. So what's stopping you? Get rid of those boring ol' tea bags and dive in, because once you get loose, you'll never go bagged. - Dan & Patrick. Follow our journey! Discovered by Dan and Patrick in Prague. Designed by Bobby in Chicago. Blended by Alex in Chicago. How do our Energizer Blends help you deal with fatigue? Tweet us your story.
1.5 oz (42 g) x 6
How to Brew: Black Tea: 195 degrees F; 3-5 min. Mate Tea: 208 degrees F; 5-7 min. Hot: 1. Add 1.5 tsp of tea to your favorite Tiesta Tea Brewing Utility. 2. Pour 8 oz of hot water over loose-leaf tea. 3. Let tea steep to your desired strength. Enjoy! Iced: 1. Add 3 tsp of tea to your favorite Tiesta Tea Brewing Utility. 2. Pour 8 oz of hot water over loose-leaf tea. 3. Once tea is finished steeping, pour over ice. Enjoy! Instructions based on an 8 ounce cup of tea. For larger serving sizes, simply add more tea proportionate to the amount of water.
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