Tea Tins - VIRTUE Tea
Tea Tins - VIRTUE Tea

VIRTUE Artisan Tea

Tea Tins

4 reviews
Regular price $5.00

Beautiful high quality tea tins to keep your teas fresh. 

Perfect to display your pyramidal tea bags or loose leaf. 

75mm (wide) x 160mm (high) x 75mm (deep).


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CM
03/13/2020
Cat M.
Canada Canada
All so wonderful!

First, I tried the Lavender Mint and fell in love with it (refreshing, dances on the tastebuds, and smells delightful), then I ordered the other herbal teas and they all have their respective places in my heart. The Chamomile Lemongrass Wild Rose keeps things peaceful and relaxing, while the Zesty Rooibos heats things up, warming me from the inside. A truly amazing herbal collection! Oh, and the tea tin keeps things sealed nicely, while playing well with others in the cupboard to conserve space with its squared shape.

MS
01/11/2020
Maria S.
Canada Canada
TEA-Lightful!

Delightful experience is how I I’d describe it whenever I have my cup of Virtue Tea, particularly the Earl Grey! So flavorful and fresh tasting! My guests at our vacation rental also appreciate having them available in our suites.

01/12/2020
VIRTUE Tea

So glad to hear you and your guests at the Mistiso's Place are enjoying some good tea this season. - Alex

SK
05/12/2019
Spruced K.
Canada
Always a pleasure doing business with Alex from Virtue Tea.

We love having the lavender mint tea in our kitchen showroom for clients but really it’s a great excuse to have it for us to drink everyday. It’s such a refreshing afternoon treat.

05/31/2019
VIRTUE Tea

It sure is! And it makes a nice iced tea for these hot afternoons. Thanks Caralee!

CY
03/09/2019
Corey Y.
Canada
Great storage for great tea!

Great looking storage choice for great tea. Not to big, not to small. And they look great too.

03/14/2019
VIRTUE Tea

Sometimes we can forget about how to properly store our good tea. Thanks Corey!