Tea Postcard The Smallest House - Greetings from Amsterdam
Say hello from Amsterdam with a fun, nostalgic card from Het Kleinste Huis, a.k.a. The Smallest House. Our sweet little building is really the smallest, monumental, self-contained house in the city!
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For the content of the tea card, you can choose from our 5 most popular teas:
- The Smallest House Melange: a white tea with almond, orange, cinnamon, rose petals and lemongrass.
- Van Gogh Melange: a green tea with ginkgo, yellow rose buds, cornflower and lemongrass.
- Kir Royal: normally champagne with cassis, but now a delicious white tea with red and black currant.
- V.O.C. Melange: a white tea with tropical flavors, such as pineapple and papaya.
- Amsterdam Earl Gray: the traditional black tea with bergamot oil.
We will then send the tea postcard, by letter post, to the specified address.
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