An ancient and harmonious blend of premium black tea with a delicious mixture of grenadine and vanilla. This tea blend is used by monks of various religious backgrounds to increase their attention during long period of meditation. Sweet and toasty with a touch of dryness and a subtle bouquet.
Darjeeling second flush is harvested during the second growing season between June- mid August. It is noted for its unique muscatel grape flavor and distinctive floral aroma. This particular second flush Darjeeling is from Namring Tea Estate, one of the most popular and oldest tea gardens in India. Medium body with pronouncing muscat flavor. A must-try.
New England is known as the home of maple syrup production in the US with Vermont being the largest producer. This rich black tea blend is flavored with authentic maple syrup for just enough sweetness. A perfect treat to savor with family and friends. Best with milk or cream.
Organic fermented and aged pu-erh tea from China. Loose leaf style with earthy and strong flavor profile. Pu-erh has been associated with important health benefits throughout its history and often use as traditional Chinese medicine for cholesterol remedy and overall health tonic.
A lighter blend than English Breakfast popularized by Queen Catherine who married to King Charles II in 1662. The blend features different Chinese black tea including Keemun.
Royal Golden Yunnan from China with lots of golden tips making this tea sweet and subtle. Yunnan tea steeps a reddish brown cup with rich aroma and superb taste.
A blend of Chinese teas. Originally smoked for tea preservation. This blend is reminiscent of tea that took the long trek on camelback from China to Europe.
A breakfast blend that include strong black tea from Kenya, India and Sri Lanka. Astringent, malty and bold. Compliments well with milk.
A delicious synergy between premium Ceylon tea, fresh vanilla beans, and almonds. Perfect with a splash of milk and a spoonful of honey. A wonderful combination for an afternoon escape.
Wild grown black tea from the forest of Northern Thailand. Very long and full leaves are fully oxidized, but yet give off a roasty flavor with little bitterness. Available only in limited amount.