Fruit & herbal tea. Great for iced tea. Caffeine free. Kosher for Passover and all year round. The Wissotzky Saga. 1849: Klonimus Wolf Wissotzky established the Wissotzky Tea Company in Moscow. The quality and excellence of its products soon resulted in a multitude of devoted customers in the Russian Empire and neighboring countries. 1904: Wissotzky widens its trading activities in Europe. A branch is opened in New York to answer the growing demand by Russian newcomers for the quality tea they were accustomed to in the old country. 1907: Following the success of its products, Wissotzky established the Anglo-Asiatic Company as its head office in London, center of the world's tea trade. To this day, the company is active in selecting and purchasing tea coming from all corners of the globe. 1917: Wissotzky continues expanding. Additional branches are opened in Poland, Italy and other European countries, which together with its presence in Britain and the USA, position Wissotzky as the leading tea firm of the period. 1936: Simon Seidler, scion of the Wissotzky family, sets up a plant in Israel (then Palestine), to supply its products to nearby countries. Since then, Wissotzky products have traveled even further, reaching growing markets on five continents. Today, headed by the fifth generation, Wissotzky continues its long-standing commitment to quality and excellence. Wissotzky Tea experts consistently develop a rich variety of superior tea blends, as well as fruit and herbal teas, which are appreciated by countless tea lovers worldwide. Wissotzky Tea, world renowned for quality since 1849 still brewing strong. Certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union. Disclaimer: H-E-B does not guarantee the accuracy of this Certification file as Supervising Agencies / Rabbis may change.
Place one tea bag in your cup. Pour very hot (just at the brink of boiling) water over the tea bag. Leave to infuse for 3-5 minutes. Remove tea bag and sweeten if desired.
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