Pride and Peppermint Tea Tin
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Pride and Peppermint tea pricks the mouth and bucks all minty norms with a sweetly rooibos red flare and simultaneously elegant sensation of chamomile. Inspired by blue and white tea sets of the Regency Era. The inset portrait of Elizabeth Bennet is a tribute to Hugh Thomson, one of the first to illustrate Austen’s books. The collectible tin will sit perfectly on your shelf next to your other books.
Includes: Collectible Tin, Peppermint Tea (12 Servings), Bookmark with brewing instructions, book plaque for your tin
Ingredients: Organic Rooibos, Organic Peppermint, Organic Chamomile
Caffeine: Free of ceffeine!
Jane Austen was a humorist, social commentator, feminist, and brilliant novelist. Knowing these things, NovelTeas arrived at her grandest threshold Pride and Prejudice (Pemberly) with an offering of Pride and Peppermint to match the courage and intelligent charm of Austen's Elizabeth Bennet. Thanks to the input of hundreds of Austenites worldwide, they captured many of the quintessential traits of an Austen novel.