Global Tea Championship Winner 2nd Place, Breakfast Blend
Milder than a traditional English breakfast, this memorable tea with notes of raisin and caramel is a perfect way to start your day.
This organic tea is grown high up in the forested Ecological Tea Garden in Yunnan, China, and makes a full-bodied cup that’s great on its own. Or if you’re feeling like a richer, more decadent cup, try boosting its natural sweetness with a dash of milk and honey.
Ingredients: Black tea. Origin: Yunnan, China Caffeine: MED-HIGH
This juicy and full-bodied herbal blend is like biting into a roasted and caramelized plum. A touch of spice is added with cinnamon and licorice root, pleasantly enhanced with the scent of sweet hibiscus flower.
Try this tea in a mulled wine recipe, or serve it over ice on a gorgeous sunny day.
Global Tea Championship Winner 1st Place, Flavored White
White tea is one of our favorites to sip all day long, packed with antioxidants and cooling properties to help decrease body heat and aid in hydration. This white tea gets a sweet and tangy boost from dried blueberries and mango, but its delicate nature still comes through to a crisp and bright finish.
A great tea, hot or iced!
Ingredients: White Bai Mu Dan tea, blue flowers, dried blueberries, dried mango, flavoring. Origin: Multiple Origin Blend Caffeine: LOW-MED
Yuzu Pineapple Black
Bursting with tart and juicy citrus, this strong black tea is a great thirst-quencher for summer. Grapefruit and mandarin notes harmonize beautifully with the sweetness of pineapple. Delicious served warm, but we especially love it served ice cold with a slice of your favorite citrus fruit.
This tea has two personalities, depending on whether you’re going to be steeping it hot or cold. Apples, currants, elderberries, and sour cherry make this a bracing hot beverage that’s at once tart and soothing, while serving it over ice brings out its natural sweetness from hibiscus and raspberry.