Organic

Trappist Monk Organic Black Tea

Cherry

Cherry

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. 
Calendula

Calendula

The calendula flower is often referred to as a Marigold and is part of the daisy family. The calendula petal tastes slightly spicy and peppery with a touch of bitterness. Calendula is often used for its anti-inflammatory properties and has traditionally been used to treat digestive problems.
Blueberry

Blueberry

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. 

DESCRIPTION

A unique twist on the tradition of Monk's Blend tea, our Trappist Monk Organic Black Tea melds Michigan cherries with exotic vanilla and sweet caramel organic flavor and is crafted from the highest quality Assam tea. Through bold flavors, that are tempered with zesty orange peel, pomegranate and grenadine, the essence of this tea takes on a rich sweetness. We named this blend after the Trappist monks whose order our father was a member. Choose this organic black tea to help increase alertness and focus, we wish you a healthy mind, body and spirit with each cup.

TASTING NOTES

Rich caramel flavor with hints of vanilla and citrus

INGREDIENTS

Black Tea*, Blueberries*, Cherries*, Organic Flavors*, Calendula*, Cornflower* (*) = Organic Certified.

Caffeine

70 milligrams or more of caffeine

Who Grew Your Tea?

India is among the highest-producing tea regions in the world today. It is known as the origin or birthplace of Assam and other fine black teas. Historically, evidence of the consumption of tea dates to 750 BC in India where...

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Brewing Method

1 tsp/sachet

195 - 205°F

3 min

2 tsp/sachets
for iced tea