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A KTeas Signature Blend - Serenity WaltzA KTeas Signature Blend - Serenity WaltzA graceful waltz in your teacup: China black partnered with Darjeeling black accompanied by gentle fruit notes partnered with subtle bergamot.
Caribbean Fruit RooibosLuscious rooibos with tropical fruits incl. banana, coconut, pineapple, etc., ---in roomy pyramid sachets for convenient steeping! . . . We're not even waiting for finalized official packaging to share this new pyramid sachet flavor with you; click on the name or on "More info" to see special introductory pricing
Chocolate Pu'erhDrink your dessert with this divine blend of dark chocolate curls and pu'erh dark tea---in roomy pyramid sachets for convenient steeping! . . . We're not even waiting for finalized official packaging to share this new pyramid sachet flavor with you; click on the name or on "More info" to see special introductory pricing
Jasmine Leaf Green Tea Pyramid SachetsChinese green tea scented traditionally with jasmine petals---in roomy pyramid sachets for convenient steeping! . . . We're not even waiting for finalized official packaging to share this new pyramid sachet flavor with you; click on the name or on "More info" to see special introductory pricing
Tahitian Vanilla Rose OolongRolled green oolong, rose petals, vanilla . . . all these floral notes waft up from your cup---after the convenience of steeping a tea bag! . . . We're not even waiting for finalized official packaging to share this new pyramid sachet flavor with you; click on the name or on "More info" to see special introductory pricing!
Original Recipe Scone Mix

Original Recipe Scone Mix

Original Recipe Scone Mix
scone photo from Debbie Anderson: creator of our scone mixes!
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The most basic and yet the most versatile of our scone mixes. As these sweeter-than-biscuits, more-delicate-than-bread scones melt in your mouth just as they are---but don’t call them plain! They’re anything but plain---you will believe they came to you straight from Scotland, where scones’ origin is attributed—but they came from your kitchen! You can make the mix as-is, adding only fresh chilled butter and buttermilk to the mix per instructions on the bag, maybe sprinkle with cinnamon sugar before baking, eat the scones unadorned or top with butter. For special indulgence, top with fresh jam. Or: use the Original Recipe scone mix as a base: add chocolate chips or sweet blueberries, cinnamon streusel, tangy cranberries . . . the possibilities are limitless. Original Recipe scones can also make great desserts: split the scone and use it as shortcake: top it with strawberries or peaches in season, serve with ice cream---words escape us in a flutter as we imagine this treat in our mouths right now . . .

Not baking for a crowd right now? The wonderful thing about these mixes is that you can make up the dough, freeze individual scones so they are ready to bake, and then bake only as many as needed, when needed!

Nutritional Information located here.
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