As a younger man, I traveled to the Turks and Caicos Islands to forage among the lush landscape and explore the curious things that grow there. While maneuvering my way through particularly thick vegetation, I happened upon an unusual-looking fruit, which resembled a purple egg. I was told it was a Passion Fruit and so I tried one, surprised equally as much by its consistency as by its intense flavor. Such a fruit, I mused, would make an astonishing tea. When you drink my Passion Fruit Green Tea, you'll find that it does. – C. Bromley
Hand selected teas and herbs from across the continents to stop time for a brief moment
Bromley's Passion Fruit Green Tea has the great taste of our Japanese green tea scented with the sensuous taste of the passion fruit. A tea for lovers of all kinds.
Bromley's Passion Fruit Green Tea is packed 6 boxes to a case. Each box contains 24 tea bags.
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