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Full-leaf black tea blend with almonds.
The traditional red of the peppercorns and the safflower is shining together with the classical gold of the orange slices and the royal leaves of our Chinese Sencha and Japanese Bancha!
Full-leaf black tea with apricot pieces and marigolds. Recommendations: Use 1 heaping tsp. per 6 oz. cup; heat fresh water to a roaring boil; let steep for 2-3 min. 2oz makes 20-25 cups. Health Benefits: Black tea is a powerful source of antioxidants that can slow down the aging process and help prevent a wide variety of diseases. Medical research suggests that black tea can assist in lowering cholesterol and regulating blood sugar. Much lower in caffeine than coffee, black tea gently stimulates the heart and circulatory system. By keeping blood vessels soft and lowering blood pressure, black tea can help prevent heart disease and strokes.
Our Assam House Blend is a rich blend of tippy Assams. It yields a medium-bodied, sparkling copper-red cup with elegant malty notes. A flavorful, well balanced is Assam for any time of the day.
Full-leaf black tea with the flavor of caramel.
Full-leaf black tea blend with caramel and almond slices.
Try our absolutely refreshing blend hot or iced… One of our popular white teas. Has very light refreshing taste with safflowers, champagne infused and red raspberry flavors.
Our seasonal China-Ceylon blended cinnamon orange spice black tea features orange peels, citrus peels, cinnamon pieces, ginger pieces, peach and vanilla bits. Slightly smoky ennobled with Indian spices and rounded off with a orange and vanilla taste that will surly enchant all.
Do you know that feeling on gray days, when you just want to push the clouds aside and let the sun shine through? Cloud catcher will certainly add a shine to your tea assortment and will light up your corner of pleasure.
Loaded with crunchy coconuts flakes gives an insight into the secret of this sunny tea. Contains: Apple bits, freeze-dried kiwi and sour cherry pieces, cranberry slices and coconut flakes.
Oolong tea from the Fujian province of China infused with the delicate scent of the night-blooming jasmine flowers. If you enjoy jasmine tea, we urge you to try the sublime taste of its well-made varieties. An exotic Dragon Pearl tea, comprised of intricate jasmine-infused pearls.
Each pearl combines two delicate leaves and an unopened bud. When added to water, the pearls majestically unfurl, releasing their delicate scent and flavor. A spellbinding treat for all senses. While not cheap, this tea is well worth the experience.
Our classic Earl Grey is a blend of Assam, Ceylon and Nilgiri teas. It is full- bodied, with the intense and pleasant, citrus-like taste of the bergamot fruit. Enjoy as breakfast or afternoon tea.
A rich and flavorful blend of broken Ceylon and Nilgiri teas. A great everyday classic that should be tried with milk or cream and sugar.
Relaxing herbal malange with orange/chamomile flavor. Contains citrus peels, rose-hip peels, chamomile flowers, orange blossoms, lemon grass, fennel seeds, rosebuds, holy basil(tulsi) and hibiscus.
Full-leaf China black tea with peach, citrus peels, ginger, peach, apricot and vanilla bits (with sugar), cloves, and spicy ginger.
Now here is a combination that will turn heads! Curtain up and spot lights on: Gojiberry – blueberry and pomegranate flavors play the lead rolls in our newest green tea master piece. The scene: summer fun filled bright red gojiberries bedded on rich, green sencha with just the right “spritz” added by the lemon grass, the “splash” underlined by royal blue cornflowers. Allow yourself to be thrilled to the last sip: hot or chilled on the rocks a must have this season!
Gunpowder is known in China as “Pearl Tea”; its leaves are tightly rolled into small pellets. During the infusion the pellets gracefully unfurl and create a strong-tasting, dark-green tea. Our Gunpowder has a very pleasant aroma and aftertaste without the harshness frequently found in some grades. It is a solid tea to be enjoyed throughout the day and even tastes good when cooled down. Due to its strength, it should be used more sparingly than other teas. Try with a mint leaf as “tea a la menthe”.