Global Tea Championship Winner 3rd Place, Chai (Masala Chai)
Masala Chai is a mixture of black tea and aromatic spices originating from the Indian subcontinent. This popular beverage has gained a worldwide following and can be found in today’s most prominent coffee and tea chains.
Mumbai Chai, a blend of carefully selected spices and high-quality Assam black tea, is an award-winning masala chai.
Ingredients: Assam black tea, cinnamon, cardamon, clove, and ginger. Caffeine content:MED-HIGH
This spicy and bold tea packs a powerful punch, zinging with lots of ginger and lemongrass and arriving at a slightly sweet and tart finish with fresh orange peel.
Lemongrass adds an exotic underlying element while superfood turmeric lends a gorgeous marigold color to this tea's liquor while rounding out the finish with an earthy pungency.
Like a rich and silky dessert in a cup, this luscious rooibos is a full-bodied and soothing blend of fresh lavender flowers and dried raspberries. Strawberry undertones sweeten the deal while aromatic vanilla lends notes of warm pound cake.
Rooibos tea comes from South Africa, and its digestive properties and caffeine-free nature make it an excellent choice in lieu of dessert for tea lovers of all ages.
Another winner from the master tea makers at Lumbini, this strong and crisp orange pekoe steeps to a bright reddish full-bodied liquor.
Its leaves are rolled and twisted, creating a grainy Ceylon black tea, lingering on the palate with broad malty notes and an unsubtle vigor for the black tea lovers.
Pick out its underlying sweetness as you enjoy it on its own, or pair it with milk and sweetener.
Ingredients: Black tea. Origin: Sri Lanka Caffeine: HIGH
2nd Flush Imperial Darjeeling Reserve
This lot is a high-quality black tea with all the delicate and sophisticated characteristics associated with a premium 2nd Flush Darjeeling black tea.
A rounded cup with a sharply pungent muscatel grape flavor finished with lingering notes of aromatic wood, this tea is a perfect example of why Darjeeling is hailed as the “Champagne of Teas.”
Ingredients: Black tea Origin: Darjeeling, India Caffeine content: HIGH
Tulsi Orange Cranberry Ginger
A caffeine-free tea bursting with a tart and fruity finish, this beautiful herbal blend is a fabulous combination of ginger, rosehips, hibiscus, and orange peel. We love tulsi teas for helping out in our digestion after a big meal, but this artful blend is truly delicious at any point in the day, and equally wonderful iced.
This soothing and rich white tea gets its name from a mountain peak in Nepal, translating to “mother’s necklace". Sophisticated and elegant, this tea goes through an extensive cultivation process, at first naturally dried, then fired, and finally cured for an entire month, resulting in a deep flavor profile. Its aromas are sweet and floral, but the palate is left with a bright, grassy finish, making this a complex and interesting tea for any time of day.
Ingredients: White tea. Origin: Eastern Nepal. Caffeine: LOW