Red Rose Original Black Tea 100ct – 6 pack Non-Envelope

$22.74

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For more than a century, Red Rose Tea has carefully selected tea leaves from the mountains of the world’s finest growing regions. From Africa’s Great Rift Valley to the flourishing tea estates of India to the lush green mountains of Ceylon, leaves from the world’s premier tea estates are blended together to create Red Rose’s Original Black Tea. Every perfectly balanced, great-tasting cup of our classic blend demonstrates our passion for a superior tea experience.

Please note, these boxes are envelope-free!

*Please note, when purchasing this product you will receive 6 FREE MSYTERY FIGURINES. Choose from the selection above.

Other Original Blend selections available:

  • Original Black Tea (40ct) $2.99 - Buy Now
  • Original Black Tea Single Serve Cups (12ct) $7.99 - Buy Now

Ingredients:

Orange Pekoe and Pekoe Cut Black Tea.

NUTRITION FACTS:
100 Servings Per Box 
Serving Size is 1 teabag 

0 Calories 
Total Fat 0g
Sodium 0g 
Total Carbohydrate 0g
Protein 0g 

Not a significant source of saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, total sugars, added sugars, Vitamin D, calcium, iron and potassium.   

A gluten-free food

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Red Rose Original Black Tea 100ct – 6 pack Non-Envelope

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Great Tea

I am so happy to find Red Rose Tea online because it is difficult to find in some grocery stores. I have used it for ages and it makes the best sweet tea ever.

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The best taste for sweet tea

I love Red Rose tea for sweet tea! I use 8 bags, so I really appreciate the non-envelope feature and ice brew1/2 gallon. My friends always ask what brand I use, they really like the taste, too. Don’t change a thing, Red Rose!

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Red Rose Original Black Tea 100ct – 6 pack Non-Envelope

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An Old Friend

I started drinking Red Rose in the early 1970’s, collecting all kinds of little Wade figurines. I was so sad when you removed them. Each collection was unique. I assume this practice has returned with the Heritage Series.