Bee Well

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Honeybush Rooibos Blend
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Caffeine Free
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From T Kettle

Hey Honey – what a tea! Delicious sweet notes layered on top of hints of buttered toast with anise and honey.

These days, health and wellness tea is all the buzz! To ensure you’re top of the hive, we’ve crafted this exceptional blend of herbs and honey flavour that’s as delicious hot as it is cold. Featuring vitamin-rich rosehips, rooibos, echinacea and more, keep buzzing at your best with Bee Well.

Apple, Rosehip, Echinacea, Rooibos, Honeybush, Fenugreek seeds, Bee pollen, Cornflower + Calendula petals, Stevia, Natural flavors.

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T. Kettle offers a large, premium assortment of original and new loose-leaf tea blends naturally sourced, certified vegan, kosher, and organic yielding rich flavours.

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This tea tastes fine, albeit very anise/fenugreek heavy in its flavour profile. I like those flavours a lot, so it was an enjoyable cup for me on flavour alone, but…

No other tea that T Kettle has “duped” from DT makes me more angry that this one.

I think that’s because I watched my good friend and coworker pour so much passion and research into making the tea that this steals inspiration from, Bee The Change. That blend was a huge passion project for her – to create something that was visually exciting and beautiful, with ingredients that (on top of being functional) also were all pollinator friendly was not something that didn’t take a lot of work – and then to have a beautiful campaign built around that tea that gave back to an organization working on bee preservation… there was something magical watching her dream come to fruition like that…

Seeing someone else try to capitalize on her passion project… It just makes me sad.

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Yeah, I’m sad for you and your friend/coworker for this one. :/

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