A cup of Purple Mint is sweet and refreshing. Invigorating mint leaves are beautifully balanced with delicate rose petals and smooth purple tea.
Makes 40 cups.Steeping Instructions: 1 Teaspoon –190°F – 3 mins
100% Organic Ingredients: Kenyan Purple Tea, Peppermint Leaves, Spearmint Leaves, Rose Petals.
A cup of Purple Chocolate is a heavenly, ‘chocola-tea’ experience. Antioxidant-rich cacao and purple tea offer a healthy choice to satisfy your sweet tooth, without any indulgence.
Makes 40 cups.Steeping Instructions: 1 Teaspoon –190°F – 4 mins
100% Organic Ingredients: Organic Cacao Shells, Kenyan Purple Tea, Rose Petals.
A cup of Purple Jasmine is fresh and delicate. The enchanting fragrance of real jasmine blossoms creates the perfect pairing of tea and flowers.
Makes 40 cups.Steeping Instructions: 1 Teaspoon – 175°F – 2 mins
100% Organic Ingredients: Jasmine Green Tea, Kenyan Purple Tea, Jasmine Blossoms, Cornflower Blossoms.
A cup of Purple Rain will make your taste buds sing. Enjoy this bright tropical infusion of juicy passion fruit, sweet lemongrass, crisp apple, and a hint of hibiscus.
Makes 40 cups.Steeping Instructions: 1 tea spoon – 4 mins
100% Organic Ingredients: Organic Lemongrass, Kenyan Purple Tea, Hibiscus, Apple Pieces, Rosehips, Natural Passion Fruit Flavor.
The Calypso Alpaca Throw brings to mind the deep blues of the ocean. The silky soft fibers have a natural sheen to them, giving your decor a delightful facelift!
Material - 80% Alpaca 20% Acrylic
SIZE - 45"x70"
HANDWASH in cool water. Air dry, then pop in dryer on low for 10 minutes to bring back fluffiness.
DRY CLEAN is always a recommended option.
MAINTAIN using a gentle bristle brush in the direction of the alpaca fiber. Iron on low in same direction.
**Learn more about the artisans who craft Shupaca products.
These wash cloths are hand knit from 100% organic cotton. They're durable, long-lasting and great for exfoliating. The bumpy weave pattern makes them easy to grip and better for scrubbing.
Size: 9.5" x 8.5"
Machine washable. Set of 2.
Hand knit by women in Nababpur, India, giving them independence through their work. The women are part of the Toockie Project, which set up a community center where the women can come to get training, pick up supplies and drop off finished cloths. The Toockie Project employs over 200 women and allows them to work from home within the cultural structure of their area.