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From The Silk Tea Co.

Delightful balance.
Inhale the uplifting fragrance of tropical lemongrass and Italian bergamot. Marvel at your dreams, the gift of your body and the incredible capacity of your heart. Honor this: you are exactly where you need to be. This healing and refreshingly tart tisane is crafted in small batches with all-organic USDA botanicals found in traditional medicine. Stinging nettles, fennel, moringa leaves and tart hibiscus meld in a delightful symphony with a tropical twist. Delicious served on ice or soothing as a warm nightcap. Make self-care a daily ritual with this refreshing tea and its abundance of antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins. Each spoonful makes 3-4 cups for your enjoyment.

Pictured in a curated antique lover’s Aynsley teacup from the wonderful Tea with Jann shop.

The Silk Tea Brewing Ritual for this blend

For a delicious cup of our Zen & Tonic tea, shake up the bag and scoop one teaspoon into your tea filter of choice. Boil water to 180ºF / 85ºC and gently pour over the tea. Cover and steep for 4-5 minutes for maximum flavor. The first steep will yield a pretty pink/red-colored tea thanks to the hibiscus and strawberries. Also wonderfully refreshing when served on ice.

As always with The Silk Tea Co, this tea is good for re-steeping and will unfurl different flavors over a few refill pours of water. Each spoonful of this Zen & Tonic whole leaf tea blend can yield 3-4 cups of delicious tea.


All ingredients in this blend are USDA organic: stinging nettles, hibiscus, orange peel, moringa leaves, fennel, strawberry, mango, apple, lemongrass essential oil and bergamot essential oil.

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Found myself with a spontaneous late night craving for this tea yesterday and I just couldn’t help but oblige it. I did let the tea cool to just above room temperature before drinking it; not intentionally at all though. I remember getting a nice sweet fresh strawberry note with a hibby edge to it offset by more of the grassy, vegetal and slightly bitter moringa and a mild but coating sweetness from the fennel. I definitely still need to try this as a truly “hot” cup of tea because, if I’m remembering correctly, the first time I tasted it was cold brewed. It seems well suited for this kind of temperature zone, though!

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