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Mild and smooth.
Smooth and balanced.
Lively and aromatic.
Complex and bittersweet.
Rich flavor and stout body.
Bright and balanced.
Earthy with cocoa notes.
Rich and complex.
Spicy and sparkling.
Bright and sweet.
Fresh and lively.
Balanced and refined.
Bright and balanced.
Winey and distinctive.
Floral and citrus notes.
Sweet & Juicy.
Rich and redolent of spice.
Gutsy and earthy.
Mellow and complex.
Rustic and satisfyingly earthy.
Full-bodies and intoxicating.
Intensely bold and smoky.
Vigorous and full-flavored.
Made with freshly brewed coffee.
Teapot. 1 of Japan's most unique teas, top quality sencha blended with roasted rice.
Teapot. The tight roll of these China green tea leaves helped retain freshness the long sea voyage to Europe. Bittersweet green with a slightly smoky character.
Rare tea The leaves of this China tea are hand-rolled fresh in April, then scented in August when jasmine blooms. Floral and refined, with beauty as compelling as its flavor.
This classic China green tea is scented with real jasmine for a cup as fresh and bright as a garden in bloom.
Teapot. Possibly the most famous green tea in the world. A light emerald cup with a sweet green flavor and rich, buttery finish.
The classic Japanese green tea, the rich, grassy flavor comes from steaming the leaves prior to rolling. Fresh and lively, with notes of newly cut grass.
Teapot. Whole, uncrushed and lightly oxidized, this China white tea is delicate in flavor. Subtle aromas of fresh grass and flowers, with a sweet white grape finish.
Teapot. This Chinese green tea's flavor balances the ethereal fragrance, like drinking the nectar of fresh flowers.
Teapot. This organic China tea is bright and brisk, with hints of sweet green peas, and a crisp aftertaste.
Teapot. This unique oolong comes from a centuries-old tea varietal. A pungent and fragrant cup, with deep plum and sweet apricot notes.
Teapot. Deep yet delicate, China's most famous oolong uses and 18-step process to produce its large, cloud-like leaves. Floral, nutty and herbal, with an undercurrent of fruit.
Teapot. As India black teas go, excellent whole leaf Assam is rare. Sturdy, deep and slightly sweet.
Traditional Indian black tea from the celebrated tea region. Bright golden tips are a sign of the fine plucking. A strong, malty cup that makes milk well.
Teapot. This blend of black tea and berry essence is an easy introduction to Peet's. Sweet and fruity, with the essence of black currant.
Teapot. High-grown near the holy mountain of Sri Pada, Sri Lanka. A cup with classic Ceylon character: medium depth, light maltiness, and a brisk tang.
Teapot. Our finest second flush tea, with a winy aroma and a lingering finish.
A blend of India and Ceylon, with a touch of citrus bergamia essential oil, pressed from the rind for a cup that's balanced, vibrant and citrusy.
A proprietary blend of brisk India teas that makes a lively, tangy cup.
Teapot. This blend is so flavorful, you'd think it was caffeinated. Enjoy it morning, noon or night.
Teapot. Made for milk and sugar: full-flavored and complex, with hints of malt and citrus.
Teapot. Smooth and red in the cup, this China black tea's scent is utterly unmistakable: heady, smoky, and alluring.
Teapot. A bright red cup with satisfying malty, floral and toasty notes.
Teapot. Well-rounded with a full, smooth, ever-so-slightly smoky flavor.
Teapot. Rich spice and honey, coupled with an elusive floral aroma.
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