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This combination is perfectly balanced with a distinctive combination of orange, fig, and fennel. White tea, orange zest, fennel, fig, honey.
This is our star for ginger lovers! The apple and mango add a bit of softness to the sharp ginger bite. Ginger, apple, dried mango cubes, cornflower blossoms.
The taste and smell of this tea can bring back the loveliest memories. The aroma is reminiscent of lavender picking with my kids in the hills above Hood River. White Peony, rose, lavender, lemon balm, lemon myrtle.
This tea can quench the greatest thirst, and take you far away with its pineapple sweetness. Chinese white tea, pineapple.
This Silver Needle, imbued with delicate notes of citrus and rose, is a taste to love. Silver Needle, hibiscus flower, lemon peel, red rose petals, rose hips, apple pieces.
Composed of white tea with fresh flavors of pineapple and rhubarb. It sharpens the mind like a bright summer day. White tea, green tea, pineapple, lemongrass, raspberry leaves, Morello cherry, sunflower petals, lemon myrtle, rhubarb, strawberry, pear.
This simple blend of white tea, mango, and apple match with perfection. Bai Mu Dan white tea, apple pieces, mango cubes, marigold blossoms.
This beautiful tea is cultivated at altitudes of 1200 to 2100 feet, and it is produced by hand. After picking, the tea is left overnight to dry in the cool, spring air; it is then gently rolled. This tea is grown in Nepal on the peaks adjacent to the famous town of Darjeeling in India. This tea is smooth and delicate with a bright, fruity finish. A unique offering, this white tea provides the smooth, downy character of a Silver Needle, with the crisp finish of a first flush Darjeeling.
For more than 100 years, this tea (Xua Ya) has been produced in the southeast Chinese mountains at an altitude of about 3300 ft. The name comes from the occasional, white-colored patches that spot the leaves. It is hand-plucked and oxidized for a very short time in order to save this tea's "green soul." This is a two leaf and one bud tea that creates a champagne color, and a mild, fruity taste. Truly a treat of the special kind.
These buds come from the base of old growth, wild tea trees that thrive in the Nan Mei Valley in China. This exotic-looking tea is picked, dried, and lightly oxidized in the sun. The buds of the tree are unique and desirable, contrasting the vile nature of the mature leaves. This low-caffeine tea has a piny, smoky flavor that will be a memorable experience for all who drink it.
We love this tea from the Satemwa Tea Estate in Malawi, East Africa. Satemwa has been cultivating tea plants for nearly 100 years. These unique, hand-rolled pearls are warm, sweet, and buttery smooth. They finish with bright notes of fresh cucumber and lemon. Steep this tea at 175 degrees for 5 mins. Resteep up to six times, and reduce the infusion time with each steep. Zomba Pearls are both UTZ Certified and Rainforest Alliance Certified.
This Bai Hao Yin Zhen is a first flush tea that comes from the Fujian province in China. The high elevation where this tea is grown (about 3000 feet above sea level) contributes to its pure and soft flavor. Silver Needle is a lightly oxidized tea bud, produced in a very long and gradual withering process. The infusion is a light honey color, and its taste is smooth and sweet. This tea will leave you feeling clean, refreshed and hydrated.
This tea is a great introduction to Pu-erh. These 5-gram nests with make you think of a full-bodied coffee (smooth, smoky, and dark) without the acidity.
People often ask if there is real sticky rice added to this tea. Actually, the smell of rice comes from one secret ingredient: an herb from Yunnan called "Nuo Mi Xiang" or "Semnostachya Menglaenisis." The Chinese name of this herb is literally translated as "sticky rice fragrance." The flavor of these 5-gram nests (perfectly sized for a pot of tea) is rich, nutty, and sweet. As a bonus, some even tout this tea as a great hangover cure.
This aged tea is pressed into 5 gram nests called "Tou Cha." These nests are ideally portioned for brewing in a teapot or favorite mug. This Shou-style Pu-erh is harvested in the Bulang Mountains in Yunnan, and will make you think of moist earth, tobacco, and ripe fruit. Its warm flavor is rounded with no bitterness.
This refreshing festival of berries, added to the aromatic and earthy charm of Pu-erh, will capture all of your senses. Pu-erh tea, blueberries, pomegranate, freeze-dried raspberries, strawberries, blue cornflower blossom.
This loose-leaf, Shou Pu-erh consists of medium-sized leaves. It is from ecological plantations in the city of Lincang, in the Yunnan province. This Pu-erh is produced in a facility that follows International Organic Standards, and has an oat and mineral taste with a stunning amber color.
This aged Pu-erh has a smooth finish and a long, lingering aftertaste. Sweet, musty, and woodsy, this tea is sure to compliment your deepest forest adventures.
This wolf of tea is dark, rich, sweet, and fruity. Have we piqued your curiosity? Give it a try with a bit of honey, and the chocolate flavor will make you howl. Carob, cocoa nibs, rose hips, pu-erh, cacao nibs, blackberry, vanilla, honeybush, peppercorn, rose hips, elderberry.
This creamy cup of tea reminds us of a decadent slice of cake with its vanilla notes and chocolate richness. It might actually be good for you too. Pu-erh, sarsaparilla, roasted yerba mate, honeybush.
David Bowie would never refer to this tea as weak. The earthy boldness paired with ginger root will make you put your helmet on, turn, and face the strange robustness, pungency, and spice. Shou Chinese pu-erh, ginger.
Fine, coffee people, we'll meet you halfway. This blend of black tea, pu-erh, and coffee beans will make a morning person out of anybody. Coffee beans, pu-erh, black tea, cocoa nibs.
Although not as common as other pu-erh teas, this green pu-erh has an intense mineral and herbaceous flavor. The tea is handpicked from Mr. Li's ecological trees, then sun-dried and fired to make a sheng pu-erh. Then it is blended by hand with nuo mi xiang (a sticky-rice-scented herb) in the style of the local Dai people.
If you long for the siren song of summers gone by, this tea will heal your grieving heart. This will make you believe that we can be your Cup of Tea from now on! Candied pineapple, candied mango, candied papaya, apple, lemon pieces, natural flavor, apple, tangerine, gooseberries, safflower, rose, sunflower petals.
Mountain Mint musters mints of many manners; moreover, mints mingle merrily midst mixed miscellaneous marvels. Peppermint, spearmint, lemongrass, blueberry leaves.
Tastes like strawberry kiwi! Kid-tested, everyone approved. Apple, hibiscus petals, rosehip peels, natural flavor, kiwi pieces, strawberry pieces.
An abundant apricot per peach picked in prime, Peach Apricot is a treat for any season. It blends well, ices well, and stands well on its own. Peach Apricot is truly one of our favorites. Hibiscus, apple, raisins, apricot, candied pineapple, elderberries, natural flavor, peach, lemon, marigold petals.
If you believe in us, we'll believe in you. Is that a bargain? We love to combine this vanilla-flavored tea with our oolongs because we love a creamy cup of tea. If you drink this, we promise you won't shrink. Apple, candied pineapple, carrot, hibiscus petals, pink rose, unicorn sprinkles, beetroot, strawberry, vanilla.
This light, fresh, herbal tea blend entices with its select blossoms in bright colors. Candied pineapple, candied mango, apple pieces, fennel, melissa leaves, silver linden tree blossoms, rose petals, safflower, natural flavoring, marigold blossoms, orange blossoms.
If overcast days never turned you on, this Prince-ly blend of berry and hibiscus pairs perfectly with a cloudy afternoon. With calories something close to nothing, I think, I think I? I think I love it! Hibiscus, raisins, elderberry, raspberry, strawberry, blueberry.
Ancient Indian religions saw mango trees on their path to victory through an ethical and spiritual life. Extra large cubes of juicy, exotic fruits form the base of this perfect path to attainment. Candied pineapple, candied mango, pineapple flakes, mango flakes, orange slices, freeze-dried tangerine pieces, safflower, marigold blossoms, freeze-dried strawberry slices.
A lively, fresh, and fruity taste is thanks to appetizing apples and a hint of cream. The fine coconut aroma is the secret of this very delicious tea. Apple pieces, hibiscus blossoms, rosehip peel, candied pineapple cubes, coconut shreds.
It's Turbo Time! Jingle all the way down south to a fruitful Christmas treat. Welcome to the party, pal.Apple pieces, carrot flakes, blackberry leaves, eucalyptus leaves, beetroot pieces, hibiscus blossoms, lemongrass, freeze-dried tangerine pieces, orange slices.
Fetch happened! (And not just in England.) This blend of pineapple, strawberry, hibiscus, and dragonfruit makes a good summer drink. (I meant to say "cool," then I started to say "great?") Pineapple cubes, apple, purple dragon fruit, hibiscus, strawberry yogurt pieces (dairy), strawberry.
The smell is fruity, the taste, DIVINE! These beauties are no longer just Floridian lawn decoration. Let this blend of papaya, coconut, and vanilla drag you into some sweet, summer vibes. Apple pieces, candied papaya, carrot pieces, rose, sugar sprinkle flamingos, hibiscus petals, candied mango pieces, beetroot, coconut chips, safflower petals, cornflower petals.
The ultimate flavor combination for a romantic evening getaway, this tea blends traditional Champagne flavor with luscious strawberry. Combine this tea with white wine for a refreshing iced beverage. Apple, papaya cubes, rose petals, strawberry, pink cornflower blossoms.
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