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October Box: Herbalism

Stay healthy with our mystical Herbalism box and release your inner Shaman. We have hand selected our 4 favourite curing and calming caffeine free herbal teas with use dating back to pre-historic man.

Join now and get a FREE infuser glass worth £15 in your first box!

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“Great collection of teas.
If you are a real tea lover, then you need to get the subscription. You can find rare high quality teas with this box. I am a total fan. So glad to be introduced to teapro. Oh yes and the glass diffuser it comes with is beautiful too. Will definitely recommend.”

Shri, UK


“I just got my box and it is amazing! It comes with wonderful teas (my favourite is the colour changing butterflypea tea and the blooming teas) and an infuser glass. It takes drinking tea to a whole new level!”

Eszter, Germany


“Loooooved this box!
Especially the Tie Kuan Yinand the Infuser Glass. Not all Tie Kuan Yin are made the same but this one was really good and it gave me several good steeps! Loved how fresh and buttery it felt. I also enjoyed the Genmaicha a lot and made great tea lattes with it, try it!”

Daniela, Canada



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