Solspring® Himalayan White Tea, Biodynamic® Organic: 1 Box

Solspring® Himalayan White Tea, Biodynamic® Organic

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  • Description

Offering a crisp yet delicate floral flavor, our Solspring® Biodynamic® Organic Himalayan White Tea contains mild caffeine, making it an invigorating option to enjoy in the morning or as an afternoon revitalizing beverage.

This tea is grown by small, third-generation, family-owned tea farms in the Darjeeling region of India in the Himalayan Foothills. This area is filled with abundant wildlife, lively, nurtured soil and pristine water from the glacier-fed Teesta River.

We worked exclusively with Demeter Certified Biodynamic® tea farmers who use biodynamic, or regenerative, agricultural methods to protect the nearby waterways, ensuring care is taken to preserve the naturally abundant wildlife. They focus on harmony between nature and agriculture as well as ecological responsibility to bring you pure, high-quality teas.

Enjoy the crisp taste of Biodynamic® Organic Himalayan White Tea long with its antioxidant properties, and order your supply today.

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Shipping Restrictions:
  • Unfortunately, we are unable to ship this product outside the U.S. and Canada at this time.
  • Gluten Free
    • Our products do not contain gluten, which is a protein present in wheat, barley, rye and some oats, and is known to cause sensitivity in many individuals.
  • Soy Free
    • Our products are free of soy whenever possible due to its impact on hormones and common GMO status.
  • Organic
    • This certification means that at least 95% of the ingredients in a product are organic and don't have synthetic additives, pesticides or GMO – highlighting a company’s commitment to preserving nature and biodiversity.
  • Demeter
    • The world’s oldest ecological certification, this badge guarantees the use of regenerative, soil-first practices to meet the highest standards in agriculture, including plant diversity, cover crops, livestock integration, low-till practices and complete removal of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides.