Athlete's Recovery Organic Black Tea

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A fruit that grows on trees, the cherry is native to the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Fraser Tea selects their organic cherries from Michigan. The cherry has a unique sweet sour to tart taste. The intensity of these flavors can vary by region. Cherries have been found to carry anti-inflammatory properties and research has shown the fruit benefits pain relief from arthritis. 
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Cinnamon is grown in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam. It is the dried inner bark of two trees of the laurel family that grow in Asia. Extremely aromatic, cinnamon offers a sweet and spicy taste. Use of cinnamon dates back to ancient Egypt. This warm spice has calming effect. Cinnamon has antioxidant properties and often used to ease an upset stomach, bloating and gas, as well as an anesthetic to fight bacteria, viruses and yeast infections.
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Blueberries are a perennial plant native to North America and harvested from May through August. Blueberry has a complex, slightly sweet taste that is tangy and slightly acidic. Fraser Tea uses only organic blueberries grown in Michigan to compliment many of its teas. Very high in anthocyanins- an antioxidant , blueberries are thought to neutralize free radicals that can cause damage to our DNA, fight inflammation, and it can help lower cholesterol. 


Our Athlete's Recovery Organic Black Tea combines rich blueberries and sweet cherries, from the shoreline of Lake Michigan, with turmeric and ginger to create a recovery blend to help fight inflammation and support an active lifestyle.  Enjoy this heart-healthy and detoxifying blend as an iced tea- its refreshing. Crafted and inspired by long summer days of sipping fruit punch in the sun, Athlete's Recovery tea may help dial back the effects of aging in a fresh, flavorful and wholesome way.


Fresh and fruity with slightly spicy flavors and notes of fresh lemons 


Black Tea*, Cinnamon*, Organic Flavor*,  Ginger*, Blueberries*, Cherries*, Goji*, Turmeric*, Lemon grass*, Peppercorn*, Calendula*, Safflower*, *Certified Organic


70 Milligrams or More of Caffeine

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Brewing Method

1 tsp/sachet

195 - 205°F

3 min

2 tsp/sachets
for iced tea

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