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    Trankebar Teas

    Dandelion & Elderflower

    Med Caffeine
    🍡 Black Tea
    Dandelion & Elderflower
    Sold out
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    Heather & Forest Fruit

    Med Caffeine
    🍡 Black Tea
    Heather & Forest Fruit
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    Kings Light

    Med Caffeine
    🍡 Black Tea
    Kings Light
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    Nightingale

    No Caffeine
    🍡 Herbal Tea
    Nightingale
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    Wild Swans

    Med Caffeine
    🍡 Black Tea
    Wild Swans
    30% Off
Trankebar Teas are inspired by 400 years of trading history between South Asia and the Nordic region. The name Trankebar comes from the unique seashore trading post, created in 1620 between Denmark and the Tanjorie King. Their teas and infusions use South Asian tea blended with herbs and fruits inspired by the Nordics, and the intercultural exchange at Trankebar.