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Jin Xuan oolong from Taiwan, this pale-yellow cup of tea is light and creamy.
A rooibos and black tea blend with lime essence, mint, and rum flavoring.
Black tea with natural cherry and vanilla flavors.
A rooibos and honeybush blend flavored with candied almonds.
Formosa Oolong with orange peel and orange flavoring.
Black tea with cinnamon pieces and orange peels.
The highest grade of green tea, called Pinhead because the leaves are rolled into small pellets. Also known as “Pearl Tea” in China.
This herbal tea gets its purple color from butterfly pea flowers and has pineapple, dragon fruit, raspberries, and blueberries.
Notes of plump juicy raspberries delicately blended with sweet honey.
Raspberries, lemon, apple, hibiscus, rosehip, strawberry leaves, chamomile & cornflower petals.
Rhubarb bits and rose petals make this cup a delicious treat.
Black tea with apple cinnamon and creamy caramel bits.
This classic tea is sweet, silky, and floral, producing a lighter cup.
Apple, orange, and vanilla bits, with lemongrass and verbena.
White chocolate paired with white tea.
(Bai Mu Dan) More body than most whites with a sweet, fresh earthiness. A great introduction to white tea.
This very rich, full-bodied tea is blended from the ten finest tea gardens in Assamk, Kenya, and Rwanda. Often joined with cream and sugar.