K-CUP/ Tea/ Celestial Seasonings Green Tea

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You may have heard that drinking green tea could be good for your health. Celestial Seasonings® Natural Antioxidant Green Tea is good for your taste buds, too! Unlike some other green teas, our finest quality blend tastes smooth from first sip to last swallow. Its fresh flavor whispers of the moment when a new day first dawns, alive with invigorating sunlight and clean air. The gentle touch of Celestial Seasonings® Natural Antioxidant Green Tea makes taking care of yourself a pleasure. “Green tea leaves come from the same plant as traditional black tea, but are quickly dried to preserve their vibrant color and natural antioxidants. We’ve blended our authentic green tea with delicate Bai Mu Dan white tea – one of the rarest and youngest of teas – to create a smooth, balanced cup with a pleasantly mild flavor.” — Charlie Baden, Celestial Seasonings® Blendmaster Since 1975.

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Box of 24 K-Cups

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