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Henry Langdon

Breathe

Breathe

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Henry Langdon has travelled the world searching for ingredients of the finest quality, and this tea is no exception. Take a breath with this calming and delicate blend filled with soothing properties; Juniper Berries known for antioxidants, Hibiscus Flowers often associated with lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, and Rose Petals that can reduce anxiety; this blend is sure to sooth both your mind and body.

Use 1 tsp per cup. Infuse for 3-5 minutes at 100°C. Enjoy hot, or once infused, cool down and add ice for a refreshing cold brew tea. For an on the go hot or cold brew, try our Glass Tea Infuser Flask.

50g. Hand Packed in Australia.

Ingredients
Chamomile Flowers, Juniper Berries, Lemon Verbena, Hibiscus Flowers, Lemongrass, Lavender, Rose Petals. Once opened, store sealed in a cool, dry place.

Did you know?
We are proud of our sustainable packaging; Our tins are 100% reusable or recyclable!  


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Sustainability

We are proud of our sustainable packaging; Our tins are 100% reusable or recyclable!

We are proud of our sustainable packaging; Our jars and tins are 100% reusable or recyclable! We have developed the perfect label for your reusable jar; download here.

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Thoughtfully blended and lovingly hand-packed in Melbourne, the ingredients that go into Henry Langdon are sustainably sourced and fully traceable.

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