Global Tea Championship Winner 3rd Place, Flavored Green Tea
A beautiful blend of Silver Needle White, Bai Mu Dan White, the finest Japanese Sencha Kyoto Green, and Formosa Oolong, this tea will become your feel-good daily ritual.
The palate will be enticed with its notes of tart guava, strawberry, and an all-around pleasant and rosy aftertaste. This blend will also detoxify the body, and boost the immune system. It’s magic in a cup!
Ingredients: White tea, green tea, oolong tea, blue flowers, rose petals, & flavoring. Origin: Multiple Origin Blend Caffeine: LOW-MED
Cape Town Herbal Sunrise
This tea steeps to a pale and delicate pink liquor but warms the palate with a full-bodied and flowery taste. Healthy rooibos is smooth and rich while loading the body with iron and calcium, making this a great herbal tea for all ages.
The addition of blueberries and raspberries with tropical papaya and hibiscus slightly sweeten this tea, creating a perfect and well-rounded balance.
Plucked in the first week of April, this robust tea bursts with the bright vegetal notes of spring. It steeps to a thick liquor with notes of green grass and toasted nuts, easing to an ever-so-slighly sweet finish.
Classic Laoshan Green may be stronger than most green teas you’re used to, but its overall smoothness and elegance makes it a real crowd-pleaser.
April 2020 Harvest.
Ingredients: Green tea. Origin: Shandong, China Caffeine: LOW-MED
Purple Needle Black Tea of Jing Mai Mountain
Carefully handpicked and painstakingly processed, this beauty brews to a bright and citrusy cup with heady floral notes and the punch of tart grapefruit in its finish. Best when steeped to its recommended brewing time, this tea needs no additives, as its complexities shine when enjoyed on its own.
March 2020 harvest.
Ingredients: Black tea. Origin: Simoa district, Yunnan, China Caffeine: MED
Sweet Potato Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong
This pure black tea steeps to a slightly sweet, thick, strong cup with delicious toasted notes of yam and a satisfying, full-bodied finish.
Enjoy its comforting aroma and smooth mouthfeel, equally great with milk or on its own.
April 2020 Harvest.
Ingredients: Black tea. Origin: Wu Yi Shan, Fujian, China Caffeine: MED-HIGH