Here we have a welcomingly different twist on a classic. With citrusy bergamot pressed from real fruit and flowers, and the intoxicating fragrance of organic lavender blossoms, the Earl Grey Lavender is an elegant wake-me-up tea in the morning.
Direct from the Famous Six Mountains of Yunnan, this cooked pu-erh tea can be prepared and enjoyed at any time.
While lighter in body and color to other pu-erhs, it still brews a rich, full-bodied, earthy cup of tea that is hearty without being over-powering, ending in a mellow and comforting aftertaste.
An easy drinking pu-erh tea.
Ingredients: Pu-erh tea.
Hundreds of years ago, tea masters in Southeast Asia blended fermented pu-erh tea with citrus and spices to create a nourishing and invigorating tonic.
This modern day blend pays tribute to this traditional tea recipe. The citrusy ginger with zesty orange peel and a hint of lemongrass provide a nice balance to this robust, slightly earthy and full-bodied pu-erh tea. Pu-erh Ginger brews an energizing cup that warms the whole body.
The Nilgiri tea-growing region in southern India is mostly known for producing strong, bold black teas, similar to the Ceylon black teas of neighboring Sri Lanka, but with their own unique flavors. At up to 8000 ft above sea level, it is one of the highest-elevation tea growing regions in the world, and one of the most beautiful.
Blue Mountain Black is an exquisite treat with a unique and worldly flavor profile, sure to become a favorite.
Ingredients: Black tea Caffeine content: HIGH
Black Dragon is a high-grade tea in the classic style of Fujian Province blacks. It's is a "congou", a name used in the tea trade meaning skill and patience.
This tea is multi-layered in taste, ranging from sweet cocoa, to hints of malt and fresh fruit. Its leaves are large and rich in flavor, so it will steep well multiple times.
A great tea for first thing in the morning or a refreshing boost in the day.
Ingredients: Black tea. Origin: Fujian, China Caffeine: HIGH
Blood Orange Rooibos
Global Tea Championship Winner 3rd Place, Flavored Herbal Blends
This caffeine-free blend is a satisfyingly tangy treat to end a meal on a high note or to satiate a persistent sweet tooth.
Like biting into a baked Granny Smith apple tart, its juicy mouth feel is pleasantly countered with its piquant notes of orange zest and dried cranberry, while hibiscus lends a sophistication to its finish.
Ingredients: Rooibos, orange peel, hibiscus, rose hips, apple pieces, safflowers, and rose petals with orange, vanilla, and lemon flavor. Origin: Multiple Origin Blend Caffeine: Caffeine-Free
This tea is for the robust breakfast style-loving tea drinker, steeping to a strong and deep flavor perfect for beginning a busy day. Assam, Ceylon, and Keemun marry beautifully to create a full-bodied and richly satisfying cup. Smooth and delicious on its own, or equally enjoyable with a splash of milk to cut its strength.
Ingredients: Assam, Ceylon & Keemun black teas. Origin: Multiple Origin Blend Caffeine: HIGH
This tea reflects the beauty and adventure of the Khumbu region of Nepal, gateway to the Mount Everest and home to the famed Tengboche Monastery.
Fresh spring leaves are allowed to oxidize naturally, and then carefully hand-rolled producing a beautiful, dense tea. The cup reveals a dark amber liquor and a malty flavor, with hints of rich tobacco and a nutty finish.
This tea is brisk and complex, with a well-balanced astringency and mouthfeel.
Ingredients: Black tea. Caffeine content: HIGH
Herbal After Eight
This gorgeous herbal blend is like sipping on peppermint chocolate, at once soothing to the body and also deliciously decadent.
Cinnamon adds a welcomed touch of heat, making this the perfect after dinner tea any time of year.