Celestial Seasonings Iced Tea, Peach Cool Brew, 40 Count (Pack of 6) - Read Reviews and Compare
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A refreshing mix of hot cherry taste with delicious teas and herbs. Best of all, they brew in cold water in only five minutes – no boiling needed.
About the Brand NewIn 1969, 19-year-old Mo Siegel and his friend Wyck Hay discovered a bountiful crop of wild herbs growing around Boulder, Colorado. With wives and friends helping, they picked the herbaceous plants and produced 500 lbs of the first blend, called MO's 36 Herb Tea. It was packaged in hand-sewn muslin bags and offered to a local health food store. Hay's brother, John, joined the partnership in 1971. The entrepreneurs set up shop in an old barn outside of Boulder, and they expanded their market to stores across Colorado, New Mexico, and the East Coast. The partners also began buying herbs as opposed to choosing everything themselves, and the fantasy of a nationwide herb tea company slowly began to materialize. This fantasy was bolstered when Red Zinger Herb Tea was introduced in January 1972 and was an immediate sensation. It remains one of the best selling Celestial teas.The business continued to grow and reevaluate the tea market. Herb teas had previously been considered only of medicinal significance, but Celestial Seasonings introduced herb teas as yummy, healthy beverages, almost creating the contemporary tea market. Celestial Seasonings solidified its resources for getting ingredients, like hibiscus blossoms and chamomile, by working closely with herb farmers in the Pacific Northwest into the exotic Far East. This forward thinking drawn the attention of food business giant Kraft, Inc., which bought Celestial Seasonings in 1984. Kraft's advice brought Celestial Seasonings into the attention of new consumers, further strengthening its lead from the herb tea sector whilst at the same time presenting a gourmet line of conventionalblack or black, teas. Back in September 1988, Kraft sold Celestial Seasonings back to I See more
This product is ranked:
#1 in peach tea cold brew
#1 in peach tea cool brew
#4 in peach iced tea
#7 in cold brew iced tea
#7 in flavored iced tea
#8 in peach ice tea