Ingredients: black tea, apple, almonds, yogurt bits, blue mallow blossoms **Allergen Notes: contains nuts and dairy** Steeping Suggestion: Use 1
A rich and malty cup that combines the distinctive notes of select Indian, African and China black teas. Blended for milk. Very stimulating and perfect as morning tea to wake up your senses. A great power source to keep you going all day.
Direct from Japan, Bancha is very similar to Japanese Sencha. Bancha is made from the second picking of Sencha and is less bitter than other caffeined tea with a nutty and sweet flavor.
Famous oolong tea from the WuYi Mountains in the Fujian province of China. This tea is called “Da Hong Pao” in Chinese. According to the legend, it is the type of tea that is believed to cure an illness of an emperor’s mother. Long twisted leaf style with exquisite flavor and aroma. It is more oxidized than most oolongs so it has a more roaster and robust flavor.
Light and delicate white tea paired with sun ripened blackcurrants. Subtle and sweet. Enjoy hot or iced.
A refreshing blend of lush green tea with pomegranate and blueberry enhanced with antioxidant-rich gojiberry. Excellent hot or iced.
Steeping Suggestion: Use 1 tsp/ 8oz cup. Steep 3-4 minutes in 205 °F water For iced tea, use double amount
Fermented pu-erh tea fused with caramel for a sweety decadent finish. A lovely dessert tea.
Ingredients: roasted yerba mate, caramel bits, flavoring, marigold, safflower **Allergen Notes: contains dairy** Steeping Suggestion: Use 1 tsp/ 8oz cup.
First flush Darjeeling from Castleton tea garden, a well-known tea estate in the Himalayan foothills of India. Light body and light golden liquor with a hint of astringency and sweet after taste. Perfect as an afternoon tea.
Premium Ceylon from Kenilworth, one of the most popular Sri Lanka's tea estates. Known for its flavorful and well-made orange pekoe teas. Great for breakfast or afternoon tea.