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Hung Phat Artichoke Tea, 25 teabags

Delicious, caffeine-free Artichoke tea is made from the whole Artichoke plant, although brands will differ in the percentage of flower, stem and leaf. This traditional herbal tea is a Vietnamese favorite, and has a smooth and naturally sweet flavor, rich mouthfeel, and surprising aroma reminiscent of vanilla or milk chocolate. It requires no sweetener, and it is used as a healthful drink in southeast Asia, where it is believed to promote liver functioning, via a mild detox and slight diuretic effect, and lower LDL cholesterol levels.

This 100% artichoke tea is subtle and has a strong initial rush of flavor, using flower, stem and root of the artichoke plant.

25 teabags, individually wrapped.

$4.75
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  1. 5 Star Review My Daily Drink!

    I LOVE this tea. It has a subtle flavor that is very pleasant and it truly makes me feel wonderful...I am convinced that drinking it has my whole system functioning better than ever. A lovely addition to a healthy life!

    Posted by on Apr 8th 2019

  2. 5 Star Review Great flavor

    Since I discovered the teas in the section products, I became curious to try them and this was my first selection. What impressed me the most was that as soon as I tasted, I noticed a significant difference in flavor in comparison to other teabags that I have try before. It tastes really sweet but subtle and it is very relaxing to drink.

    Posted by on Mar 21st 2017


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