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(Majulighur) An excellent morning tea, this assam brews a sturdy cup with a smooth, malty flavor.
A smooth black tea with blackberry leaves and flavoring.
The rich flavor or cappuccino with the benefits of red tea; an excellent choice for the coffee lover.
A roasted mate’ & roobios blend, with caramel bits, chicory root, and marigolds.
Rooibos combined with cocoa bits and exotic indian spices.
Black tea with cocoa kernals and chocolate bits.
Black tea with coconut, bits of cocoa, strawberry, yogurt, and vanilla.
Our half-fermented Pu-her is blended with whole coffee beans for a warm, malty cup. Our first choice for those are ready to replace their morning coffee with hot tea.
Often called the “Champagne of Teas”, the first flush, delicately flavored tea is grown in the Darjeeling region of Northeast India.
Fresh plum and a zing of ginger.
Milder than most breakfast teas, this elegant blend of ceylon teas offers a traditional mellow flavor. Our British friends often put milk in their teacup before they pour tea!
A blend of black teas and roobios with chocolate and almond.
The finest of oolongs, the darker, iron-colored leaves infuse a smooth fruity-sweet flavor, which is highly aromatic.
A decaffinated black tea with french vanilla essence.
Sweet peach with a touch of ginger.
Full-bodied China black tea which produces a golden cup with floral overtones.
Roobios blended with vanilla beans and a hint of cream. This blend is indigenous to the Cape Region of South Africa, often called “The Cape of Good Hope”.
This roobios, in its green form, is flavored with orange, strawberry, peach, sunflowers, and cornflowers.
Tart & fruity; hibiscus with currants, blueberries, orange, and mango.
Sweet cake taste with a melange of fruits and nuts.
A rich blend of black teas with coconut flavoring.
A truly refreshing tea. Slightly floral and incredibly aromatic.
Assam tea flavored with mango & pineapple with sunflower, rose, marigold, and cornflower blossoms.
Often called the “Burgandy of Teas”, it is the most celebrated China black tea; Notes reminiscent of wine, orchids, and chocolate. Lower in caffine than average black teas.
Medium-bodied black tea from Sri-Lanka’s most famous tea estate.
Smoked over Pinewood embers, this rich tea has a distinct, assertively smoky flavor and aroma.
(Dragon’s Well) A slightly sweet-tasting green tea with a subtle chestnut flavor. A true example of a traditional green tea and the most popular tea in China.
Refreshing black tea with mango bits and lemon peel.
Ti Kwan Yin oolong blended with black currant, lychee, and floral notes.