Patagonia Super Berry
Organic Caffeine-Free Botanical Blend
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Patagonia Super Berry
Patagonia Super Berry
Patagonia Super Berry

This delicious superfruit blend features wild-harvested maqui berries, a rare and amazing berry from the forests of the Chilean Patagonia that is celebrated by nutritionists for its unique array of purple phytonutrients.



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A trifecta of juicy superfruit berries,

with accents of red wine grape skin and

hawthorne to add structure and depth

About this tea

This delicious superfruit blend features wild-harvested maqui berries, a rare and amazing berry from the forests of the Chilean Patagonia that is celebrated by nutritionists for its unique array of purple phytonutrients. Maqui has a deep flavor, reminiscent of dark cacao, which blends so beautifully with blueberries, raspberries and red wine grape skins in this sumptuous berry blend.

Ingredients

Organic blueberries, organic maqui berries, organic raspberries, organic red wine grape skins, organic hawthorn leaves

Origin

Rishi Herb Lab


Ingredients

Blueberry
Origin Poland & Serbia
Maqui Berry
Origin Patagonia, Chile
Raspberry
Origin Chile
Hawthorne Leaves
Origin Patagonia, Chile

Caffeine Level

None

Based on a 8oz cup of tea made with suggested steeping method relevant to the tea type. An average cup of coffee contains about 90 – 120 mg / 8oz cup.

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Preparation
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Origin: Maqui Berry

Patagonia

Chile

The land referred to as Patagonia in Chile, with boundaries from the Araucanía region down to the extreme tip of the country, is an isolated safe-haven, with great biodiversity and highly specialized plants that propagate in this beautiful area. The berries we source from this region are organically-certified wild-harvest goods that require foraging to procure as these crops do not grow well in cultivated plantations. We work with collectors, who in turn work with regional landowners to pinpoint where these fruits are growing.

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